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Trump’s Messaging Speaks to Your Inner 3-Year-Old

Donald Trump communicates as if he’s talking to 3-year-olds, according to marketing guru Kevin Roberts. Make America Great Again. Build the Wall. Drain the Swamp. Crooked Hilary. Lyin’ Ted. Trump has changed the language from “political, philosophical” discourse to words “everyone can get involved in.” Continue reading

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Women Marchers to Trump: “We Don’t Want Your Tiny Hands!”

Normalize This, Donald Trump! Here’s a longer remix by DJ Matt Bailer: “ATTENTION DJs, dance music lovers, Trump haters, Fiona Apple fans, HUMAN BEINGS, etc…. I DID A THING! A couple days ago Fiona Apple released a brief but effective … Continue reading

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Skip the Better Angels, Let’s Invoke Dystopia

Ever the hyperbolic salesman, Trump needs to claim something is the biggest, the best, the most amazing something of all time. He may have pulled it off with this speech. It is the most dystopian – probably the first dystopian – inaugural address in U.S. Presidential history. Our job as citizens is making sure its darkness does not become a self-fulfilling prophesy. Continue reading

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