Initial Thoughts on the Mueller Report

Special Note This post was written on March 27th based solely on Attorney General Barr’s 4-page summation of the Mueller Report. We’ve learned subsequently that Barr did not examine the underlying evidence and documentation, nor did Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, nor did other staffers. The Hill and other publications have reported this. We’ve also […]

A Working-Class Perspective on Politics Today

Guest Author Introduction Today I welcome a guest author: David Rowlands. David and I are longtime friends going back to my college years. We met while doing political work together at Kent State University. David is former member of the United States Socialist Workers Party (SWP), not to be confused with a party of the […]

Talking about Talking about Trump

I want to circle back to the event that led me to revive this blog sooner than I had otherwise planned. Trump is controversial. On this, if nothing else, I think we can all agree. I think everyone knows there’s lots of disagreement about Trump — really passionate disagreement. And this is totally OK. What’s not […]