There are many proposed methods for combating fascist ideologies; however, most of them have mixed rates of success. From a historical perspective, the most commonly employed methods of protesting in the streets and engaging in public debates failed to stave the fascist tide that emerged in the wake of World War I. Nonetheless, there is still hope for overcoming fascism without recourse to violence. And Zizek … Continue reading Not Richard Spencer the Intellectual; But Richard Spencer the Fascist
Kellyanne Conway accepted Donald Trump’s offer to become his new campaign manager on August 17, 2016, thereby making her the first woman to manage a Republican Presidential campaign in U.S history. She then traveled around the United States promoting Trump as the most optimal presidential candidate. Following his electoral victory in November 2016, she was named Counselor to the President. Prior to becoming a Presidential Counselor, Conway had been … Continue reading Who is Kellyanne Conway?: Eight Things You may not have Known about Trump’s Senior Counselor
During the 1990s, two political scientists, Neil Howe and William Strauss, published a book titled, “The Fourth Turning: An American Prophecy,” wherein they articulated an interpretation of American history that combined social theory with religious prophecy. The authors alleged that human history reoccurs in a four-stage, generational cycle with each stage lasting approximately 20 years. The fourth phase of this cycle, also known as the saeculum, is marked … Continue reading Steve Bannon has Endorsed the Ancient Generational Theory of Saeculum – But What is It?
Steve Bannon, Trump’s chief strategist and current member of the National Security Council, served in the U.S. navy from 1976 until 1983. His experiences as a naval officer during the Carter administration helped shape his conservative political beliefs and would ultimately cause him to forever turn his back against the democratic party. Life in the Navy Steve Bannon graduated from Virginia Tech in 1976 and … Continue reading Steve Bannon: The Naval Years
Platitudes, Promises, and Slogans Steve Bannon graduated from Benedictine College Prepartoy School in 1972, an all boys, military school located in Richmond, VA. He then started pursuing a degree in Urban Affairs from Virginia Tech (Then called Virginia Polytechnic Institute). It was here that he received his first exposure to politics. In 1975 he ran for President of the Student Government Association (SGA). He selected as … Continue reading Steve Bannon Got His Political Start at Virginia Tech
It’s a story that major media outlets have ignored. While many media outlets have focused on the allegedly misogynistic statements Steve Bannon made in depositions against ex-employees at Biosphere 2, none have detailed the circumstances surrounding his hostile takeover of the company on May 1994. Specifically, Bannon removed old employees suspected of disloyalty, conducted a smear campaign against the previous administration, and ordered an employee of Cherokee ancestry … Continue reading Steve Bannon Had Employee Do Native American Purification Ritual Following Hostile Takeover of Biosphere 2