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Editorials published in 2016.
- You Weren't "Enthused"
135,000 African-American voters in Detroit sat out this crucial presidential election because they were not "enthused" by Hillary Clinton.
- Suicide of a Nation
Pull the trigger. OK, we just did.
- Bernie Won, I Won, We All Won
Mary Ellen Cain
At the very beginning Bernie Sanders asked the American people to make a fundamental decision: "Are we prepared to take on the enormous economic and political power of the billionaire class, or do we continue to slide into economic and political oligarchy?"
- Where is the Apology?
- Track Palin and PTSD: Why it Should Not be Used in Stupid Political Games
What I want to speak about is the gross negligence in the treatment of Sarah Palin's son’s PTSD.
- Google Outrages Me
What will be the next sneaky trick they pull? What will it do to me next?
- Hillary Clinton Wins in New Hampshire
Sanders wants Congress, not the presidency.
- Notes From a Higher Education Organizer: MLK and Anti-Capitalism
Whit Alleys Dziurka
Every January folks in labor and education fields celebrate the great strides made by folks like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Mutually Exclusive World Views
There is a long precedent for mutually exclusive world views.
- The Super-Cynic
- "Le Vote Ne Change Rien"
- Trump on PTSD: Dangerous Ground
- Other people don't have to suffer like I did. Harm that is being done here if his comments prevent someone from standing up and getting the care that they desperately need.
- The 2016 Presidential Election: Big Monsters, Small Minds
Where does that leave us on Nov. 8?
- Bad Presidential Campaign 2016
Table of Contents for the collected reflections by Bad Subjects on the US Presidential Campaign, from mid-2015 until Election Day November 8, 2016.
- Angry Sons: Trump vs. Mom
- Who voted against what Philip Wylie called "Momism"?
- A Psycho-Politics of Implosion
- Whether or not "mere anarchy is loosed" as the New Norm in American society, the days and months ahead will show but what we can now recognize that there are institutions, conditions, traditions, political parties, people, and realities and reasons that are perilously positioned, in a state of jeopardy