Tag archive for ‘American politics’
Niall McCarthy On Wednesday, October 10th, 2018

President’s Party Usually Performs Poorly In The Midterms

Earlier this week, Donald Trump was again highly optimistic about the GOP’s prospects in the midterms, telling reporters that the main base of the Democrats has shifted so far left that the U.S. would More...

Louis Rene Beres On Thursday, August 2nd, 2018

“The Crowd is Untruth”: Why American Political Life Is Increasingly Deformed

L-R Participants in a Make America Great Again rally in Tampa, Max Ernst, “The Horde,” (1927)  By Louis René Beres Special to Jewish Business News  “The crowd is untruth” Soren Kierkegaard, Point More...

Louis Rene Beres On Saturday, April 7th, 2018

Emptiness and consciousness: Still unseen limits of American politics

  By Louis René Beres  “Conscious of his emptiness, a man tries to make a faith for himself in the political realm. In vain.” Karl Jaspers, “Reason and Anti-Reason in our Time” (1952)   Nowadays, More...

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