A Year of Trump and Right-wing Populism

A Year of Trump and Right-wing Populism
by Conrad Schuhler, January 2018


In the GOP tax bill, $5 trillion is given to households with over $1 million income. Seniors, the poor, children and students are attacked. The severe cuts to Medicaid, Medicare, HUD, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, SNAP, food stamps, WIC food assistance, the EPA, the Department of Education, Pell grants, the National Health Institute, National Endowment for the Arts and The Legal Corporation are sadistic.

Paul Ryan, majority leader in the House, received nearly $500,000 from the Koch Brothers and should resign to protect the honor of Congress. Corruption, revolving doors and a pay-to-play Congress are marks of darkness. Are we headed backwards to the 11th century when narcissism and illiteracy were normalized and not overcome?

Here’s an hour-long address by economist Richard Wolff broadcast on 2/6/2018 on KBOO’s Flashpoints program

and a psychological explanation of narcissist personality disorder:

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