‘OK, what do we do now?’ We help each other up. We dust off the debris. We count the casualties, supplies, and ammo. We briefly mourn the dead. Then we keep fighting like hell for each other.
Joy and Sarah discuss the slate of strong progressive candidates currently running, and the prospects for 2020.
Fooling the masses will not be the key for victory for the Establishment.
As these examples show, our overseas mass killers, the military, provide the U.S. persona with an edgy chaos that’s psychopathically hip in a Training Day meets Apocalypse Now sort of way.
One of the biggest divides I’ve seen on the Left is not knowing whether to focus on social issues or economic issues, or believing one is vastly more important and the other is irrelevant.
When I say “the system,” I’m not talking about just one aspect of it. It isn’t just politics or economics, but everything that has an overarching control on our lives.