Despite the very real and concrete urgency that the Trump Presidency poses to your person, it is not in your or anybody else’s better interest to act rashly or violently in response.
Month: April 2017
How a carbon tax could pay Trump and Republicans dividends
After his healthcare debacle, ongoing investigations into Russia’s involvement with his campaign, and numerous other scandals, the president needs a win for himself and his base. The Climate Leadership Council (CLC), a group backed by two former Secretaries of State and Treasury, among other prominent officials, may have a policy that fits the bill: a “Carbon Dividends Plan.”
Dispatch from Buenos Aires: What the U.S. can learn from Argentina’s Protest Culture
While leaders have a role in inspiring and guiding politics, the real driving force is a type of healthy populism deeply embedded in the Argentine national identity. Politics — and therefore protest — are part of Argentina as much as the mountains are.