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Tag Archives: Republican Party United States
Trump is only a symptom; he is not the problem.
We are outraged at Donald Trump’s private remarks. He spoke of his attempt to seduce a married woman. In his crude language, he said he tried to fornicate with her or at least make clear his intention to do so … Continue reading
Posted in Government, philosophy, privacy, public opinion, statesmanship Tagged Barack Obama, desire, Donald Trump, eros, Republican Party United States, Rudy Giuliani, tyrant Comments Off on Trump is only a symptom; he is not the problem.
Should Caitlyn Jenner be Donald Trump’s Vice President?
On the surface, the pairing seems improbable if not impossible. What, if anything, do they have in common? They appear to share little except their celebrity status. Beneath the surface, though, they are animated by the same thing, a disordered … Continue reading
Posted in corruption, Government, philosophy, republicanism, statesmanship Tagged Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, President of the United States, Republican Party United States Comments Off on Should Caitlyn Jenner be Donald Trump’s Vice President?
Donald Trump’s imperial origins: a response to Eliot Cohen
Donald Trump is causing a stir. His success has unleashed the expected counter attack from the political establishment. In many ways he represents the final logic of the political establishment where its political immoderation is masked as effectiveness, fairness, and … Continue reading
Posted in corruption, Government, justice, philosophy, statesmanship Tagged Affordable housing, Barack Obama, Democratic Party (United States), Donald Trump, Republican Party United States, Ronald Reagan, United States Comments Off on Donald Trump’s imperial origins: a response to Eliot Cohen