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Republicans trigger ‘nuclear option’ to speed Trump nominees - POLITICO
Mitch McConnell is the devil incarnate. He will go down in history as an evil person.

And his fucking sunken face and turkey neck drives me up a wall. I would love to punch him in the face until all that is left is a thick paste.
politics  politics-philosophies-republicans 
14 days ago by daguti
What An Aging Population Means For The Future Of The Internet
"Older people play an outsized role in civic life. They also are more likely to be online targets for misinformation and hyperpartisan rhetoric."
politics  internet  health-aging  warnings 
17 days ago by daguti
redyellowblue5031 comments on Escaping the trump cult: The cultists want the leader to be omnipotent, to be able to break all the rules, because you identify with them to such an extent that their increase in power is an increase of your own power. You be
I bookmarked this main article here (https://pinboard.in/u:daguti/b:3b978a4ebb8b), but this comment stood out as a proper response to breaking the back of Trumpism.

I was trying to find a bookmark that I think I made about when some violent insurgency was broken (either FARC in Colombia, or the warring tribes in Rwanda or something in South Africa), but I can't find that link... still, I found a perfect parallel between what worked there to reintegrate the former soldiers and what this guy is proposing. If you can find that bookmark, link it here.

"The last line of the interview:

"The only way to break the back of Trumpism, this yearning for fascism -- or a form of Christian fascism -- is to reintegrate these people back into the society by fixing the country's broken economy."

I know it's fun to sit around the virtual campfire and criticize Trump, his administration, the republican party, Christians, and the people who voted Trump in. There isn't much point in trying to debate that here. That's what late night is for.

This last line of the interview is in my opinion the most valuable piece of it. If you want Trump and "leaders" like him to go away (or more accurately be held at bay), you will have to help reintegrate the lost and disillusioned people that currently support him and those like him. I think there's more to it than economic reasons, but it's a good place to start.

The other choice is to let them slide further into their beliefs, dig your own heels in and wait for an eventual civil war (exaggerated, but you see my point) all while sipping on some moral superiority as if that will fix anything."
redemption  politics  politics-philosophies-republicans 
5 weeks ago by daguti
'You didn't vote for me': Senator Dianne Feinstein responds to young green activists | US news | The Guardian
Wow, the tone-deafness. Really shows what a cunt she is. It's always funny to me how A) some people have no idea how to even fake it and B) how the old guard never realizes when its wrong until they bring about their own death.
politics  politics-philosophies-liberals-or-democrats  climate  climate-global-warming 
8 weeks ago by daguti
John Dingell: My last words for America - The Washington Post
"John D. Dingell, a Michigan Democrat who served in the U.S. House from 1955 to 2015, was the longest-serving member of Congress in American history. He dictated these reflections to his wife, Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.), at their home in Dearborn, on Feb. 7, the day he died.

One of the advantages to knowing that your demise is imminent, and that reports of it will not be greatly exaggerated, is that you have a few moments to compose some parting thoughts.

In our modern political age, the presidential bully pulpit seems dedicated to sowing division and denigrating, often in the most irrelevant and infantile personal terms, the political opposition.

And much as I have found Twitter to be a useful means of expression, some occasions merit more than 280 characters.

My personal and political character was formed in a different era that was kinder, if not necessarily gentler. We observed modicums of respect even as we fought, often bitterly and savagely, over issues that were literally life and death to a degree that — fortunately – we see much less of today.

Think about it:

Impoverishment of the elderly because of medical expenses was a common and often accepted occurrence. Opponents of the Medicare program that saved the elderly from that cruel fate called it “socialized medicine.” Remember that slander if there’s a sustained revival of silly red-baiting today.

Not five decades ago, much of the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth — our own Great Lakes — were closed to swimming and fishing and other recreational pursuits because of chemical and bacteriological contamination from untreated industrial and wastewater disposal. Today, the Great Lakes are so hospitable to marine life that one of our biggest challenges is controlling the invasive species that have made them their new home.

We regularly used and consumed foods, drugs, chemicals and other things (cigarettes) that were legal, promoted and actively harmful. Hazardous wastes were dumped on empty plots in the dead of night. There were few if any restrictions on industrial emissions. We had only the barest scientific knowledge of the long-term consequences of any of this.

And there was a great stain on America, in the form of our legacy of racial discrimination. There were good people of all colors who banded together, risking and even losing their lives to erase the legal and other barriers that held Americans down. In their time, they were often demonized and targeted, much like other vulnerable men and women today.

Please note: All of these challenges were addressed by Congress. Maybe not as fast as we wanted, or as perfectly as hoped. The work is certainly not finished. But we’ve made progress — and in every case, from the passage of Medicare through the passage of civil rights, we did it with the support of Democrats and Republicans who considered themselves first and foremost to be Americans.

Opinion | Political apologies should not be this hard
From wearing blackface to having inappropriate sexual relations, people who serve in public office must meet a higher standard of repentance. (Joshua Carroll/The Washington Post)

I’m immensely proud, and eternally grateful, for having had the opportunity to play a part in all of these efforts during my service in Congress. And it’s simply not possible for me to adequately repay the love that my friends, neighbors and family have given me and shown me during my public service and retirement.

But I would be remiss in not acknowledging the forgiveness and sweetness of the woman who has essentially supported me for almost 40 years: my wife, Deborah. And it is a source of great satisfaction to know that she is among the largest group of women to have ever served in the Congress (as she busily recruits more).


In my life and career, I have often heard it said that so-and-so has real power — as in, “the powerful Wile E. Coyote, chairman of the Capture the Road Runner Committee.”

It’s an expression that has always grated on me. In democratic government, elected officials do not have power. They hold power — in trust for the people who elected them. If they misuse or abuse that public trust, it is quite properly revoked (the quicker the better).

I never forgot the people who gave me the privilege of representing them. It was a lesson learned at home from my father and mother, and one I have tried to impart to the people I’ve served with and employed over the years.

As I prepare to leave this all behind, I now leave you in control of the greatest nation of mankind and pray God gives you the wisdom to understand the responsibility you hold in your hands.

May God bless you all, and may God bless America."
history  politics  obituaries  news  2019 
10 weeks ago by daguti
Kellyanne Conway Threatens To Perform Abortion With A Gun In Old 2007 Video : politics
The worst part of the article isn't even the headline, it's:

"Media news website Mediaite resurfaced the clip after Conway inaccurately accused Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam of supporting infanticide in the wake of his racist yearbook photo scandal.

Conway’s false claim, which has been repeated by multiple conservatives, referred to Northam’s previous support of a late-term abortion bill in his home state."
politics  politics-philosophies-republicans  hypocrisy 
10 weeks ago by daguti
Senate Democrat: We’re ‘Moving Toward Indictment And Charges’ Against Trump : politics
hypocricy = see this comment: https://old.reddit.com/r/politics/comments/agjt0u/senate_democrat_were_moving_toward_indictment_and/ee6vxzf/

"The same republicans who believe that OLC opinion is ironclad, also believe in dismissing the recommendations of career ethics officials as it relates to AG recusal."
politics  politics-philosophies-republicans  hypocrisy 
january 2019 by daguti
What Americans Don’t Know They Just Lost – Eudaimonia and Co
"Let’s take those one by one. They live three to five years longer than Americans. And American life expectancy is falling by a year every year, while European life expectancies grow — so this gap, three to five years — where will it stop? My guess — and it’s based on countries who have collapsed into autocracy, like Russia, in ironically similar ways to America — is around a decade or so. Then there are richer lives. In America middle income is flat — and it has been since the 70s. Hence, the middle class is shrinking, since costs have risen through the roof. But in Europe middle classes have grown, and incomes have risen. And when we look at life in Europe, it’s a much happier, gentler, saner exercise. Europeans aren’t shooting each other in schools, no opioid epidemic is ripping through their towns, there’s no skyrocketing suicide rate."
countries-united-states-america  politics  people-umair-haque  analysis 
november 2018 by daguti
Diana Young - sounds good
Ezra Klein's 5 point plan to improve American elections:
1) No one waits more than 30 minutes.
2) Election day is a national holiday.
3) Nationwide automatic voter registration.
4) Vote by mail available.
5) All voting machines produce paper readouts, post-election audits are standard.
election  countries-united-states-america  politics 
november 2018 by daguti
Only In The US Can A Party Win 10M More Votes And Still Lose The Senate - The Intellectualist
history-vestiges... = "The U.S. Constitution required many compromises in order to bring every state on board, and that included representation:

One of them was to create a legislature with two chambers, one that gave each state equal representation and one that based representation on a state’s population. Having a Congress solely based on population, which some people argue for today, was one of the stalled ideas that led to this compromise.

That system remains in place today in large part because it’s part of the Constitution, which is difficult to amend. Opponents wouldn’t be able to change the system simply by passing a new law."
countries-united-states-america  election  election-2018  history-vestiges-of-the-past-creep-into-the-present  politics  counterintuitive 
november 2018 by daguti
(2) Colin Theriot - "All nationalists have the power of not seeing...
"All nationalists have the power of not seeing resemblances between similar sets of facts. A British Tory will defend self-determination in Europe and oppose it in India with no feeling of inconsistency. Actions are held to be good or bad, not on their own merits, but according to who does them, and there is almost no kind of outrage - torture, the use of hostages, forced labour, mass deportations, imprisonment without trial, forgery, assassination, the bombing of civilians - which does not change its moral colour when it is committed by 'our' side... The nationalist not only does not disapprove of atrocities committed by his own side, but he has a remarkable capacity for not even hearing about them." - George Orwell
politics  quotes  evolvify-topics  evolvify-topics-tribalism 
june 2018 by daguti
thinkingdoing comments on German politicians call for expulsion of Trump's Berlin envoy
"Fox is the jewel in Rupert Murdoch’s global political empire.

This guy has the conservative political parties of the USA, UK, and Australia by balls because his media organs manipulate and mobilize enough conservative voters to be able to swing elections and primaries.

Rupert Murdoch abuses the legal protections given to news organizations to exert immense political power, and he is completely immune from the democratic process. Politicians get voted out while Murdoch continues to amass more and more control.

Murdoch’s ideology is anti-democratic and authoritarian, verging on fascism. He ensures that all of the executives he hires to run his propaganda organs share the same world view, and they ensure the journalists and talking heads they hire will tow that editorial line.

A consistent pattern among his news networks in each country is for them to attack the rest of the news media, in order to fence the audience inside Murdoch’s alternate fact reality where they can be radicalized and programmed.

He is the greatest threat facing western democracy in the world today."
evolvify-topics-tribalism  politics  analysis  politics-philosophies-republicans  companies-fox-news  people-rupert-murdoch  anti-something  frameworks  frameworks-for-business 
june 2018 by daguti
Kentucky Crowd Cheers Trump Quote, Then Finds Out It’s Actually From Obama : MarchAgainstTrump
evolvify-topics-tribalism = This is exactly the problem with humanity: People cannot evaluate things on their own merits. They have to find out which "side" said it and at that point, they make the decision to throw their weight behind it or villify it.

I fucking hate humanity. Such a dissapointment.
politics  politics-philosophies-republicans  people-donald-trump  evolvify-topics-tribalism 
june 2018 by daguti
Public Thinks Tax Bill Was Payoff to GOP Donors : politics

strategy = "It’s an old Karl Rove trick to attack your opponent’s greatest strength, and in this case the tax bill isn’t turning out to be a strength at all. The GOP is going to try to turn that around, but it won’t be easy with a distracted president and the Democrats’ hammering them for doing the bidding of their mega-donors."
politics  politics-money-in  politics-philosophies-republicans  strategy  taxes-as-a-concept 
april 2018 by daguti
Feds prohibit candidates from commenting on Trump, despite constitutional questions
"As the midterm congressional elections unfold, candidates are also running in 36 states for governor and competing for more than 6,000 state legislative seats. How many of these state candidates do you think will say something good or bad about President Trump? Probably more than you can count. When they do, they will break an obscure federal law."
politics  politics-money-in  legal-or-law 
march 2018 by daguti
How the NRA's Florida Strategy Failed After Parkland - Rolling Stone
politics, voting = "The lesson, says a longtime Florida GOP strategist, is not whether children or a lobbyist are able to claim the ear of an elected leader who bends with the political wind – it's that voters can. "People think the NRA is powerful because of money," the Tallahassee vet says. "They get discouraged about the NRA because they think a special interest is controlling things. I'm telling you with all my heart, the NRA is the least special-interest. They are an example of the power that comes from motivated voters. If this world would ever figure that out – if people became active voters on an issue – it'd be revolutionary.""
guns  guns-anti  politics  election-voting 
march 2018 by daguti
If You Aren't Worried About A Trade War, You Don't Know About The Chicken Tax
This is Forbes - a financially conservative publication basically calling out Trump's recent idiotic protectionism of the steel industry.
politics  economics  people-donald-trump 
march 2018 by daguti
This Is The Scientific Way To Win Any Argument (And Not Make Enemies)
sales, relationships, politics = This doesn't specifically have to do with those areas, but it can be extremely useful.

Really actionable article. I'd like to read more on the topic, because I feel that more examples and scripts could help cement this idea in my head. Summary is the whole last paragraph:

"What the research on reframing shows is that the key to winning any argument is to understand your opponents’ perspective first, and then to link the beliefs supporting their perspective to your argument. The point is to influence them by finding enough common ground to win them to your side–not running to opposite corners and shouting across the divide."

marketing-tactics--writing-copy = "Behavioral scientists Matthew Feinburg and Robb Willer conducted six experiments with a total of 1,322 participants, seeking to identify how to make the most effective political arguments to those people with opposing political beliefs. They found that “compliance rates” with a given political message increased if that message was reframed to leverage the existing beliefs of the listener."

NOTE TO SELF: Go back through links tagged with communication, negotiating and see which ones should also have psychology-beliefs-or-changing-beliefs added.
communication  sales  relationships  politics  psychology  psychology-beliefs-or-changing-beliefs  marketing-tactics--writing-copy  communication-debate 
january 2018 by daguti
I wrote The Art of the Deal with Trump. He's still a scared child : TrueReddit
I was originally bookmarking for what it says about Donald Trump, but starting at this comment by nofunnybizcaz [link below], and less-so, its parent, it turned political and it's 100% true about the warrantless spying being a huge problem that both parties just keep allowing more and more.
people-donald-trump  big-brother  big-brother-prism-scandal  politics 
january 2018 by daguti
Democrats can win the White House in 2020 by following this campaign strategy — Quartz
"Using my “Keys to the White House” [SEE LINK] prediction system, I have correctly anticipated the results of every presidential election since 1984, including Donald Trump’s victory in 2016. The system shows that challenging parties have the best chance of overturning the incumbent in presidential elections if they win the following two keys: achieving victory in midterm elections and fielding a charismatic presidential candidate."

It's exactly what Butler said years ago: "Which candidate would you rather sit down to a beer with?"

Also: keep an eye out for Kamala Harris.
politics  analysis  prediction-tools  predictions-related-to 
november 2017 by daguti
Run for Something: A Real-Talk Guide to Fixing the System Yourself: Amanda Litman, Hillary Rodham Clinton: 9781501180446: Amazon.com: Books
Heard her on WNYC. She was Hillary Clinton's campaign email marketing manager and has some advice for getting common folk (under 35) to run for office.
books-to-buy  politics 
october 2017 by daguti
The Difference Between Open-Minded and Close-Minded People
1. Challenging Ideas
Closed-minded people don’t want their ideas challenged. They are typically frustrated that they can’t get the other person to agree with them instead of curious as to why the other person disagrees.

2. Statements vs. Questions
Closed-minded people are more likely to make statements than ask questions.

3. Understanding
Closed-minded people focus much more on being understood than on understanding others.

4. I Might Be Wrong, But…
Closed-minded people say things like “I could be wrong … but here’s my opinion.” This is a classic cue I hear all the time. It’s often a perfunctory gesture that allows people to hold their own opinion while convincing themselves that they are being open-minded. If your statement starts with “I could be wrong”…, you should probably follow it with a question and not an assertion.

Open-minded people know when to make statements and when to ask questions.

5. Just Shut Up
“Closed-minded people block others from speaking.”

6. Only One Sperm Gets In
Closed-minded people have trouble holding two thoughts simultaneously in their minds.

7. Humble Pie
Closed-minded people lack a deep sense of humility.
psychology  psychology-beliefs-or-changing-beliefs  psychology-changing-behavior  psychology-closed-mindedness  personal-development  politics  communication 
september 2017 by daguti
20 years in, Kid Rock, Eminem and ICP are politically relevant — and culturally divided : TrueReddit
"The three Detroit performers reflect the divide: Kid Rock, now more singer than rapper, is the flag-waving Trump booster proudly embracing redneck imagery and Southern rock. Eminem is the Trump-bashing hip-hop purist ever conscious of his place in a black art form. ICP is the radical underdog, under fire from the government and winning solidarity from libertarian and leftist groups."
politics  analysis  music-industry 
september 2017 by daguti
When Republicans Were Blue and Democrats Were Red | History | Smithsonian
I knew I wasn't crazy! I remember as a kid, Red being for Democrats and Blue being for Republicans.

from Wikipedia: "Before the 2000 presidential election, the traditional color-coding scheme was "Blue for Republican, Red for Democrat,"[5] in line with European associations (red is used for left-leaning parties)."

video: https://www.facebook.com/ezraklein/videos/572480769606196/

Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_states_and_blue_states
politics  color 
september 2016 by daguti
Rumors About Hillary Clinton's Health Aren't Going Away Soon. Here's Why Conspiracy Theories Develop : NPR
psychology = My concept of "the dissenting viewpoint" which I've had for at least a decade or more ----> "Berinsky pointed to McDonalds' decision years ago to get rid of Super Size fries, amid widespread demand for more healthful fast-food options.

"If a business is selling french fries and they're telling you french fries aren't good for you, that's a really credible source," Berinsky said.

That means a Democrat denouncing Sept. 11 "truthers" or John McCain telling a town hall attendee that Obama is not a Muslim would probably be more effective corrections than if a nonpartisan source had made them."
politics  psychology-beliefs-or-changing-beliefs  psychology 
september 2016 by daguti
How American Politics Went Insane: It happened gradually—and until the U.S. figures out how to treat the problem, it will only get worse. : TrueReddit
See the top comment by jmdugan: "Solution is well understood:
Ranked-choice voting, nationally.
Remove the financial incentives in both funding and becoming elected.
Go back to electing Statesmen, not politicians.
(essentially, remove the parties)"
election  analysis  politics 
june 2016 by daguti
These books about Ancient Rome have eerie echoes with today's politics
"The Republic is in danger. Populist leaders — including one of the country's richest men — are stirring up resentment among the masses against the intellectual elites in the Senate. The economy is unstable. Minor external threats are twisted in order to justify massive military campaigns. The smartest politicians are paralyzed with fear, not knowing whether to attack the populists or which one to focus their fire on first. Good men are doing nothing, and evil is about to triumph. We're talking Ancient Rome in the first century B.C. — not America in the 21st century. Still, there is much we moderns can learn from the true story of what author Robert Harris calls "arguably the most tumultuous period in history.""
ancient-world  ancient-world-rome  politics  books-to-buy 
january 2016 by daguti
Rebranding the Koch Brothers - The New Yorker
absolutely brilliant (and nefarious) strategic advice in this article. listen to the part about third-party endorsements and what the guy says about publicizing unlikely partnerships. lots more gems in there but almost too much to list
people-koch-brothers  branding-personal  politics  politics-philosophies-republicans  politics-money-in  strategy 
january 2016 by daguti
BBC - Future - The man who studies the spread of ignorance
"Proctor found that ignorance spreads when firstly, many people do not understand a concept or fact and secondly, when special interest groups – like a commercial firm or a political group – then work hard to create confusion about an issue. In the case of ignorance about tobacco and climate change, a scientifically illiterate society will probably be more susceptible to the tactics used by those wishing to confuse and cloud the truth. Consider climate change as an example. “The fight is not just over the existence of climate change, it’s over whether God has created the Earth for us to exploit, whether government has the right to regulate industry, whether environmentalists should be empowered, and so on. It’s not just about the facts, it’s about what is imagined to flow from and into such facts,” says Proctor."
politics  motivation-for-me-david-vs-goliath-fighting-big-money-lobbyists  health-smoking  me-stuff  corruption-disinformation  capitalism-greed  climate-global-warming  psychology-beliefs-or-changing-beliefs  psychology 
january 2016 by daguti
Surprised About Donald Trump's Popularity? You Shouldn't Be : NPR
note the similarity between the reason people voted for Obama 8 years ago and the reason they're voting for Trump now. It is about voting for the outsider, although their rhetoric is vastly different.
people-donald-trump  election-2016-presidential  politics  analysis 
december 2015 by daguti
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