Ten years ago, funds allocated from the U. S. Treasury for the Troubled Assets Relief Program flowed to banks to keep them afloat.
Clinton told all of us, “You know what to expect with me. You will get more of the same. You can’t say that about my opponent, can you?” Voters opted for unpredictability over stability. “Let’s see what happens.”
What can we make of the latest constitutional crisis? Most prominently, it is a grudge match. Democrats on one side …
I like that capital G on Government. That’s exactly what the internet needs: new, Government-imposed rules to prevent companies like Facebook from mismanaging their responsibilities.
Propaganda wars have always been nasty. We are in the middle of another one.
Government wants you to think it is looking out for you. It does not want you to discover the basilisk in the basement.
The teams that lost to Maximum Security use tactics like that to exercise their power, to get the authorities to buckle. In this case, they knocked the winner out of the winner’s circle.
Obama is famous for his cool detachment. Only after Clinton lost, did his intelligence people persuade him to go public.
Government officials who want to act in secret, also want to arrest and imprison whistle blowers and publishers. The rest of us would like a little more transparency.
Their inability even to perceive or understand the concept of a double standard suggests they must be cynical, or stupid. Either way, you wonder why they expect anyone to listen. They waste our time.
For the present, social media create a militant atmosphere, and one where public action occurs without leaders. We have not been in this kind of situation before.
Meantime, many want to hear what actually happened in 2016. When you read that story, you will not dismiss the term Deep State, or its minions, any longer.