Tag Archives: David Remnick

About despots, Ukraine, Putin and America

I’m a few months behind in my New Yorkers. Today, though, David Remnick, the New Yorker’s editor, linked on Twitter a fascinating conversation he had with a Stalin scholar, Stephen Kotkin. The title of the piece, “The Weakness of the … Continue reading

Posted in Fascism, Politics, Propaganda, The Facts of Life, War | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on About despots, Ukraine, Putin and America

Donald Trump, as described by David Remnick

The mouth moves and the lies pour forth. David Remnick, the Editor in Chief of the New Yorker, wrote this in June 2016.¬†And that’s when I posted it. Every day since then — a few days short of four years … Continue reading

Posted in Law, suits and order, political campaigns, Politics, The Facts of Life, Trumpism | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on Donald Trump, as described by David Remnick