Due ondate “populiste”, una frattura che si ripresenta? 1896 e 2016

Una grande ondata di incendiaria retorica populista attraversa il paese, infiamma il Sud e il Sud-ovest, le Grandi pianure e le Montagne rocciose, esonda e penetra in alcune zone del Midwest, del Nord-est e del Pacifico. 422 more words


How Trump's Tariff Game Might Play Out

President Trump has already proposed $50 billion in tariffs on China and now wants to seek an additional $100 billion. I’ve noticed that people don’t seem to have much of a sense of scale with tariffs. 1,120 more words


A Quiet, Coastal Northern California Town

An 8.5-foot bronze statue of the 25th President of the United States stands at the center of the downtown plaza. His right palm is outstretched, open to the gray morning sky. 846 more words

Ramblings And Whatnot

And Now Back to the Lunacy.

As my article yesterday mentioned, it seems like there is another protest of something popping up almost daily.  And just to prove that point the city of Arcata, California have voted to remove the statue of William McKinley, the 25th President of the United States because it might be offensive to Native Americans.  347 more words

In Arcata the fun never ends with debate over William Mckinley, but it should!

“The fun continues,” Mayor Sofia Pereira said

A few weeks ago the Arcata City Council ended decades of procrastination and took a bold step in voting to remove the statue of President William Mckinley, one of the last Manifest Destiny promoters. 1,866 more words

  • “Invoking the guidance of Almighty God. Our faith teaches that there is no safer reliance than upon the God of our fathers, who has so singularly favored the American people in every national trial, and who will not forsake us so long as we obey His commandments and walk humbly in His footsteps.” ~
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William McKinley


Since today is Valentine’s Day AND we have Presidents Day coming up here’s a brief shoutout to the often neglected love story about President William McKinley and his wife Ida Saxton McKinley. 205 more words

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