Tag Archives: political ideologies

My extremely unpopular opinion.

I expect to get trolled or unfollowed for this, but so be it. I have a very unpopular opinion.  Some may call it Marxist or un-American (but in my opinion, it’s no more un-American than what’s going on right now … Continue reading

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Political ideology and the Overton Window.

I’ve realized over the past year that political ideology is not a straight line, but more of a circle. If you move too far to either extreme, whether it’s the far left or the far right, you wind up in … Continue reading

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The benefits of socialism.

Twenty or even ten years ago, if you mentioned single payer healthcare, even to Democrats, people would look at you like you had three eyes.  Single payer healthcare, in case anyone doesn’t know, is the system the rest of the … Continue reading

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The one personality trait that explains why some people love Donald Trump.

I know I said I’d try to avoid any more Trump posts, but I found this really interesting so I’m going to share it here. Someone asked this question on Quora: “Why do some people hate Donald Trump and others … Continue reading

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The Psychopathy of Ayn Rand

“Ayn Rand1” by Phyllis Cerf (April 13, 1916– November 25, 2006), permission obtained from her son Christopher Cerf[…]Richard E. RalstonPublishing ManagerThe Ayn Rand Institute”. Licensed under Fair use via Wikipedia. I am not, nor have I ever been, a fan … Continue reading

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It’s still Kool-Aid no matter what side you’re on.

My son posted this and I think it’s great. He refuses to identify with any major political party. I’m realizing I don’t really have a political affiliation either. I’ve always identified as a liberal Democrat but sometimes I’m conservative too. … Continue reading

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