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From Nationalism to Patriotism, Again

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The Big No-No: An Outsider on American Fascism, where it resides under the title:

“Charlottesville: From Patriotism to Nationalism to Malignant Nationalism”

From Nationalism to Patriotism: A Girl Can Dream

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“Recognizing Fascism: Introducing History Education in Post-Trump America”

 

Whenever You’re Ready

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The Big No-No: An Outsider on American Fascism, where it resides under the title:

“American Re-education: America After Trump”.

Get Real, America!

sean spicer

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This week White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer uttered what may be the most offensive garbage yet, claiming that Bashar al-Assad is worse than Hitler, because even Hitler didn’t use chemical weapons, at least not on his own people and not in their cities and villages. Continue reading

Empty, Spent, Blank, While the Pundits Catch Up

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The Big No-No:  An Outsider on American Fascism, where it resides under the title:

“Trump is the Republican Candidate: It’s a Bit Late to Face American Fascism”

Surprise? I Think Not

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The Big No-No:  An Outsider on American Fascism, where it resides under the title:

“Was Trump Success in the Republican Primary a Surprise? Look at History!”

Emperor Wu’s Teenage Diary

image: almanachdegotha.org

image: almanachdegotha.org

My daughter’s 8th-grade History and Geography teacher is teaching Ancient Civilizations this year. She gives some cool homework assignments.

Recently, R had to write three journal entries from the point of view of Emperor Wu, of the Han Dynasty.  Each entry had to be six or seven sentences long and they had to include three innovations. Continue reading