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Why did the Romney campaign choose a bland 7-term congressman from Wisconsin as his running mate? Robert Reich examines conservative ideologue Paul Ryan, why Mitt Romney felt him to be his best choice, and why Ryan’s social Darwinist philosophy appeals to … Continue reading

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None Dare Call It Fascism

Excerpts from from an article in the New York Times, April 9, 1944: “The Danger of American Fascism” by  Henry A. Wallace   “The American fascist would prefer not to use violence. His method is to poison the channels of … Continue reading

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A Challenge: Who is More Evil than Cheney?

Can anyone think of any figure in the history of American government more inherently evil than former Vice-President Dick Cheney? I’m talking in terms of personality, ideas and policy. I would be surprised if anyone can surpass Dick Cheney, who … Continue reading

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