want to believe that the surge in white-supremacist violence and
recruitment has no roots in U.S. soil, that it is racist zealotry with a
foreign pedigree and marginal allure,” wrote Adam Serwer in April 2019.
When in fact, he argued, “a strange kind of historical amnesia has obscured the American lineage of this white-nationalist ideology.”
A careful and on point dissection of US Attorney General Bill Barr’s attempts to refute the clear thrust and substance of the Mueller report.
Here’s a spectacular 2009 letter by “V Mitchell, New York, NY” to the New York Times about elections in the world’s largest democracy.
Definitely worth reading.
I’m uncomfortable with the idea that the courts will decide how our elections work. On the other hand, there’s a clear conflict of interest with having our elected representatives decide how they will get re-elected in the future.
At the very least, this court case should be interesting to follow.