‘America is putting itself first, which is natural. Why shouldn’t we behave in the same way?’ says Carleton U’s David Carment.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
While Trump emits his own unique forms of venom, he is a reflection of, not a contrast to, today’s Republican Party.
President Donald Trump’s staunchest fans are so bent on taking hydroxychloroquine they’re sharing recipes for making their own. The president has been hyping the anti-malarial drug as a preventative and treatment for the coronavirus, and claimed this week he’s been taking it himself, and his right-wing allies have promoting it and also taking the drug [
President Donald Trump said Monday that he is taking a malaria drug to lessen symptoms should he get the new coronavirus, even though the drug is unproven for fighting COVID-19.
President Donald Trump announced, in passing, that he has been taking the drug hydroxychloroquine for weeks, to somehow prevent coronavirus. The FDA has advised that hydroxychloroquine is not something people should take to prevent COVID-19 and that doing so may cause irregular heart rhythms, which is why doctors are urging patients not to take it [
Eager to get home to South Philadelphia before curfew — about an hour’s walk — I left Monday’s Black Lives Matter protest a few minutes before the police decided to tear-gas the peaceful crowd. The videos of the incident are terrifying — people desperately trying to scramble away from the painful gas, but trapped in the cloud by [
President Trump and his allies are now openly threatening violence against Americans — it’s time to remove them.
According to a report from the Washington Post, Donald Trump, who had hoped to run a campaign on a strong economy before his botching of the coronavirus pandemic led to almost 40 million job losses, is now looking at running a campaign similar to 2016 that was described as “disruptive.” The Post notes, “Trump’s moves [
Let’s not repeat the false equivalence of 2016.
President Trump says he’s taking the anti-malaria drug despite FDA warnings, drawing criticism from many including a Fox News host