Political analysts, pundits, and the public are terrible at analyzing events and news reporting. But they wouldn't be if they rigorously read the news, the way they teach you to in lit classes.
In this post, I'll break down the shitshow that was the Iowa Caucus. Then, I'll transition to the New Hampshire primary, which is today. This primary cycle is on track to be an absolute repugnant display of """democracy""", and it needs to be unpacked thoroughly.
Liz Warrens new fake new law reads message board moderating on a national scale.
Brexit means the UK will have no choice but continue drifting further into the US's sphere of influence. Apparently, patriotism for the British right-wing is becoming a client-state for their former colony, who usurped them as a global superpower.
Warren erroneously described her dad as a janitor, and twitter had lots of takes about it. Too bad what janitors themselves think about this has no bearing on what pundit-types think about janitors.
In this post, I give 4 points about socialism that people should keep in mind, to have a coherent, broad, and systemic understanding of socialism, to prevent being bogged down in capitalist talking points.
The fact that Bernie Sanders supporters are firm in their support and don't change their support on a whim makes democrats think it's a cult, but really, it's just mass support of a worldview that only one candidate comes near.
The "cult of personality" accusation is pure projection from democrats who actually do support people based on personality.