Tag Archives: Donald Trump

Democracy, just for you, just on time

I wish there was a “just for you, just on time” form of democracy. There is clearly a market for one.

Democracy is a little like saving. It’s a slow process, you experience setbacks at times, and your ultimate goal may seem unreachable all too often. Continue reading

A lesson in populism

Donald Trump’s latest press conference was a brilliant lesson in populism. He had the media totally confused. They didn’t even notice how they were played, and ended up as the villains.

I decided to look at the conference from the perspective of a Trump supporter. First I had to forget the mannerisms and the rambling, because a Trump supporter would. Continue reading