If political reconciliation requires seeing the world from the perspective of those with whom we disagree profoundly, is there any hope?
President Donald Trump
How will future Historians make sense of January 6th and the storming of the US Capitol
Is Trumpism a cult? In short, yes. We explain why it is indeed a cult and how you can help loved ones who may have fallen prey to its toxic messages.
The 45th President will never be confused with a Scientist or a Consistency Seeker.
Confused by Trump’s behavior since he lost the election? Don’t be. He is cycling through the first four stages of grief identified by Kubler-Ross.
Certain events, like last week’s assault on the U.S. Capitol by an angry mob, are markers of a generation. Televised images of that will remain with Americans for a lifetime.
Sometimes nothing fails like success.
Disinformation campaigns are dangerous. People become convinced of false information, and act on it. But there is hope. We can disrupt disinformation.
Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities. This is the risk of leaving people unprotected from internet disinformation campaigns.
I discuss a dangerous worldview, characterized by dichotomous thinking and hubris, often adopted by Trump and his followers.