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The Return to the Dangerous Normal

During Joe Biden’s Presidential Inauguration, we saw him join three former presidents – George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, to stand in front of the grave of the unknown soldier in the Arlington National Ceremony. It was a sombre break from the near-Hollywood blitz of the rest of the celebrations that featured stars like Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Jennifer Lopez. The message of much of the day was that America had just got through a four-year bad patch but now, as the New Republic put it, “The adults are back in the room”. The four presidents – past and present, Democrat and Republican standing in front of the
corpse of a young soldier were united in saying that, essentially, “America is returning to normal.”

Really?

Lets hope not.

Because “normal” particularly the “normal” that these presidents bequeathed on America is not for the faint hearted.

The Aftermath of the U.S. Election & Admitting Failure

This election was about the failure of the media, the pollsters and left-wing parties. Here are two articles by people who know the situation: Bernie Sanders on the failure of the Democratic Party and Glenn Greenwald on the failure of the U.S. media. However, I could not find any pollster who is willing to be honest about … Continue reading The Aftermath of the U.S. Election & Admitting Failure