The Musings of Mike Spindell


December 2016

In The Age of Trump an Old Film Makes Points About the Racism That Elected Him

I read an article at that speaks to the ominous direction this election bodes for American people of color. “If Donald Trump’s ascendance to power is (poorly written) fiction made real, it resonates in an eerie way with a... Continue Reading →

Paranoid Vision of the Coming Dystopia, or Why Climate Change Might Not Bother the 1%

A fairly dismal 2016 winds down to its last days and the prospects for 2017 seem even dimmer, if that is possible.  With Republicans in firm control of the three branches of our government, we can expect that nothing will... Continue Reading →

Thoughts For The New Year: Bernie Sanders on the Danger of Our Corporate Controlled Media

As we approach the New Year,  quaking at the prospect of a mentally disturbed President,  it is important to hear Bernie Sanders discuss how our corporate news media has failed us.  If people are ignorant of the basic issues, what... Continue Reading →

More Sad Thoughts on Why Hillary Lost and How WE Enabled Her

It is human nature to feel let down by those we support in any endeavor and to blame the object of our prior support, for failing to be capable enough to have succeeded. In the distraught postmortems of this election... Continue Reading →

Further Resistance Ideas on What We Should Do Now About Trump

As we look forward to 2017 and the inauguration of a criminally unfit President, who illegitimately won the Electoral College, via Vlad Putin working with a treasonous FBI Director,  how are we the majority of the people going to respond?  ... Continue Reading →

Commercializing Christmas: Chris Rock

After Halloween this year it seemed to me the earliest I’ve seen Christmas items displayed and I find it dismaying. As a Jew, of course I’ve never celebrated Christmas, but I’ve always loved it as a time of the year.... Continue Reading →

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