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Montreal Simon: Donald Trump’s Latest Scary Twitter Meltdown

For a moment, a very brief moment, I thought that Kellyanne Conway might be able to teach Donald Trump how to pretend to be a president. Or at least behave like one.Especially now that they both know that many more Americans voted for Hillary Clinton than voted for the orange oaf. But then on . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Donald Trump’s Latest Scary Twitter Meltdown

Montreal Simon: Donald Trump’s Scary Military Junta

In one of my last posts I suggested that Donald Trump's decision to appoint the retired general Michael Flynn to be his national security adviser was a really bad idea.For Flynn is as deranged as Trump and right out of Dr Strangelove. And instead of helping to restrain him might only encourage him to . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Donald Trump’s Scary Military Junta

Montreal Simon: The Supermoon and the Return of Bernie Sanders

I can hardly wait to row out to a dark place on the lake tomorrow night, to watch the supermoon rising.For at a time when the darkness of fascism is descending on America, threatening to turn that country into a police state, or the Mad State of Trump.

At a time when so many . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Supermoon and the Return of Bernie Sanders

Montreal Simon: The Darkness of Trumpland and the Light of Resistance

It sure is dark out there. The darkness of Trumpland is truly upon us.On a day when we honour our Canadian soldiers who died fighting the fascists.On a day when we mourn the death of the great Leonard Cohen.And must now face the horror of this fascist clown.Read more »

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Montreal Simon: The Occupy Movement and the Quebec Students

It's been almost a year since the Occupy Wall Street movement was born, and in this very gloomy article Gerald Caplan wonders where it went.

It flashed through our lives like a comet in the sky, illuminating the most insidious development of our time. Then just as suddenly it flamed out and died. Or . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Occupy Movement and the Quebec Students