Author: Erik Loomis

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In addition to the government’s emulation of Mussolini’s fascist architectural ideas, it is also staffing agencies to promote officially approved fascist histories. Such as this tweet from the Bureau of Land Management’s feed. Thank you @realDonaldTrump for the shout out to the American West: “Our ancestors braved the unknown, tamed the wilderness, settled the wild […]
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Then: When Mussolini first came to power, the view from the balcony looked out across the expansive Roman forum with remnants of pillars and palaces built during the height of the Roman empire. On the far end, the famous broken facade of ancient colosseum towered over the important archeological park. But Mussolini thought the direct […]
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Pre-Caucus Points

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On February 3, 2020
I have been almost totally silent on the blog about the presidential primary. But I will say the following: After tonight, I can forget Iowa exists. Thank God. This process of selecting a presidential candidate is as trash as the rest of governance. It’s a truly, genuinely awful way to choose a candidate. It barely […]

NFL Negotiations

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On February 2, 2020

Let’s talk a little NFL labor issues for the Super Bowl. The owners and players are trying to work out what would be a new 10-year contract, which is really long. The owners really want, as they

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