NBC and the Manufacturing of Donald Trump

The Apprentice groomed millions of future voters to believe that women and people of color are less competent than white men, who are natural leaders; business ethics are a joke; gratuitous offensiveness is admirable honesty; and Trump’s judgment matters more than anyone else’s.  

Hostile Gifts: Valentine’s Day Special Edition!

2017 is a very unique year for hostility, so we decided there was no need to wait for the winter holidays to brainstorm ideas for hostile gifts! Read more »

A Short History of Donald Trump's Feud With Rosie O'Donnell

An unusual and perfect opportunity to mess with Donald Trump has presented itself. Read more »

Jeff Sessions is a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Jeff Sessions’s strategy at his confirmation hearing was to approach every question with a nice voice and a smile, praise for his questioners, careful phrasing, and a conveniently foggy memory. Read more »

Some of Us are Brave: An Aesop's Fable for Democrats

If the Democratic Party walks away from social justice, marginalized Americans will lose and so will the party. Read more »

Trump is Assembling an Anti-LGBTQ Cabinet of Horrors

The homophobia and transphobia of his chosen top advisors needs to be seen—and stopped.  Read more »

Good White People Can Be Racist, Too

A lesson from Trump's election: progress isn't a straight line. White supremacy thrives not only on anger, but apathy.  Read more »

Popaganda: A Guide to Trump Resistance

After the election of Trump, a lot of people are asking "What now?" For today’s show, we talked to 10 people about things we can all do—right now—to help prepare for Trump’s presidency. Some of these ideas are about working with elected officials and policies. But calling your senators, as I’ve... Read more »

Journalists Shouldn't Play By Donald Trump's Rules

He demands off-the-record meetings, but the point of journalism is to be critical and not always give politicians what they want.  Read more »

10 Ways To Resist Donald Trump: Activists Share Concrete Actions You Can Take Right Now

Don't despair. There are ways to use your power and your voice.  Read more »

Denial Maintains Supremacy: White Disbelief and the Trump Presidency

White people have never wholly accepted what happens to people of color in the United States. Read more »

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