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originally posted by: AboveBoard
This is a discussion of the particular ideology of Steve Bannon
originally posted by: EyeKyu
Yeah, you are making it up as well as the fake news media. I like Bannon, and I also like Breitbart. As one comment put it, we understand why the leftists regressives fear this man. You can just watch the first 3 mins of the video and find out who are the "apocalyptic" ones. But it would probably be better to watch the whole thing. Instead of getting your info from false corrupted sources, how about taking it from the horse's mouth.
originally posted by: AboveBoard
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: AboveBoard
Ha ha!! Honestly, I was just telling my husband that I would happily take McCain, Romney, Papa Bush (whom I voted for) or even Reagan. Not so much Bush Jr. because of the whole near-Depression and bungled war thing. But a solid moderate Republican? Sure. I'd take them over Trump & co any day.
I hear you. I would have been peachy fine with Marco Rubio.
Is this what you want?
The phrase ""kids these days"" is infused with new meaning in this look at the generation born between 1982 and 2000. Arguing against the conventional wisdom that junior high and high school kids are disrespectful, violent and alienated, Howe and Strauss (Generations; 13th Gen) demonstrate that the children of boomers and of older members of Generation X are actually harder workers and better community builders than any generation since the G.I.s'.
He attended high school in Palo Alto, California, and earned a BA in English Literature at U.C. Berkeley in 1972.
So in terms of ideology, as Bannon gains power, his personal beliefs become extremely important to understand...what I am learning chills me to the bone.
William Strauss (1947-2007) and Neil Howe (1951-) think society turns on a repeating set of four circa 20-year stages in an approximately 80-year cycle and they try to predict the future based on this.
Samuel Lincoln "Sam" Seder is an American comedian, writer, actor, film director, television producer-director, and progressive talk radio host
originally posted by: conscientiousobserver
a reply to: whyamIhere
Until Trump is told war can be profitable and that causing another great depression will make the rich much richer.
originally posted by: Substracto
You want to fight fear with fear? because your thread is fearmongering at best.
originally posted by: jtma508
For what it's worth I'll put this out there... I'm soon to be 65yo. I've been around the block a few times. From my earliest memories I have had this strong, visceral feeling that during my lifetime something epic was going to happen. It had nothing to do with me personally and was beyond my control. It was going to be decidedly unpleasant but things would be much better on the other side. I have never had any inkling of what this 'thing' is. All I can say is that the feeling is more deeply rooted than any other in my life. And again, this wasn't some idea I came-up with later in life, this has been something that has been with me since childhood. It's strong and it is always there. FWIW