An insight into the history and present of Christian nationalism, the movement behind Donald Trump’s religious support.
Paul H. Rosenberg is Senior Editor at Random Lengths News, an alternative bi-weekly newspaper in the Los Angeles Harbour Area. Prior to that, he freel... anced primarily as a book reviewer, specialising in serious non-fiction - history, science, culture, politics, public policy, etc. Rosenberg runs the site, Merge Left - a community of progressive thinkers free to submit their own content.
Drawing parallels between Kennedy and Obama, it is evident that the US needs a very different way of thinking of ‘war’.
Slavery was a global institution, not a Southern one; its legacy, in the form of the Tea Party, is global too.
The ‘grand bargain’ Obama still wants to strike would deplete US’ battered middle class and harm the global economy.
Ignoring, denying or minimising such evidence in the pursuit of false balance dangerously mis-represents the news.
A Southern-based minority-within-a-minority is furiously opposed to letting the will of the majority be realised.
Having run out of ideas on how to govern, the American right has turned against the very concept of governing.
From guns to health care, conservatives push a mythically-driven politics that’s actively hostile to facts.
Paul Rosenberg discusses Syria, the US, and historical parallels with Vietnam with historian Robert Mann.
Contrary to the president’s assumptions, the only smart war is the one you don’t fight.