The Greatest Story Too Rarely Told: America Is an Oligarchy Our nation is controlled by corporate power and the individually wealthy, and the major press is in on the con.
OK. Enough. It’s time to quit being balanced or non-partisan or whatever other euphemism the elite establishment media uses to justify ignoring the two biggest elephants in our national living room.
After Trump was elected there was a lot of concern about allowing his idiocy to become the “new normal.” But, in truth, we’ve been accepting an unacceptable level of insanity in our national body politic for decades now.
Now, I note that USA is in deep,deep trouble with a total maniac, surrounded by the most frightening pack of sycophants (likely that many of them have already turned traitor and sold their 'influence' to Russia, they obviously have no Patriot pretensions for the safety and security of the Nation, stomping freely around the White House.
AS IF THAT WAS NOT ENOUGH;
Joel Postman, @jpostman Jesus had followers. I have friends.Answered Mar 30, 2012 · Upvoted by Marc Bodnick One thing that a lot of people overlook is that Obama, as the incumbent president, has many more legal restrictions on the kinds of communications he can do as compared to what the RNC candidates can do. He received a lot of criticism after the 2008 elections when change.gov, a highly social media enabled site, was closed down and he moved to whitehouse.gov. There are all kinds of restrictions, like the Freedom of Information Act, the Presidential Records Act of 1978 and others that make it much harder for the president to communicate as freely as the other candidates. I wrote about this at length in my column Web 2.0 Will Play a Big Role in the Obama Administration,
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