The Authoritarian Politics of Resentment in Trump’s America

Henry A. Giroux Cultural Critic and Public Intellectual n the face of a putrid and poisonous election cycle that ended with Trump’s presidential victory, liberals and conservatives are quick to argue that Americans have fallen prey to a culture of incivility. It’s true that in the run-up to the presidential election, Donald Trump strategically showcased incivility in his public appearancesContinue reading



hange is a word that both intellectuals and the intelligentsia of America are discussing in these times. However, one is justified to wonder what kind of change they mean. As a rule when intellectuals/liberals speak of change, they mean reform (and not enough of it, at that: that is, the leisurely conforming of the lives of the collective with theirContinue reading

Brazil: Fighting in the Streets

  FRONTLINE NEWS— Reports, News Flashes, and Commentary from Various Conflict Zones Around the Globe HUMANITY IN TORMENT =By= Carlos Aznárez   Practice makes perfect they say, and the US has refined its coup strategy to a fine art. How simple it is to bring down any government that seems disadvantageous to the US desires at the time. The US isContinue reading

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Why I Am a Communist!

Andre Vltchek Itinerant Philosopher and Journalist Andre Vltchek speaks from the heart about the West’s brutalization of the planet and its people, and about the power of resistance and community. (rw) here are several essential messages literally shouting from the screen, whenever one watches ‘The Last Supper’ (La Ultima Cena), a brilliant 1976 film by a Cuban director Tomas GutierrezContinue reading