Miles Mogulescu

Miles Mogulescu

Miles Mogulescu is an entertainment attorney/business affairs executive, producer, political activist and writer.

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Mayor Pete Buttigieg speaking with attendees at the 2019 California Democratic Party State Convention at the George R. Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco, California on June 1, 2019. (Photo: Gage Skidmore/flickr/cc) Views
Friday, November 22, 2019
Is Pete Buttigieg Just a Shill for Corporations and the Donor Class?
Pete Buttigieg, the 37-year-old mayor of South Bend, the fourth-largest town in Indiana, is the shiny new object in the race to become the Democrats’ candidate for president in 2020. Coming from almost nowhere, he’s finished first in several recent Iowa polls. Superficially, there’s a lot that’s...
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Why would Democrats want to spend even a minute during this Presidential campaign defending Biden against corruption charges, when there are plenty of other qualified Democratic candidates without this liability? (Photo: Scott Eisen/Getty Images) Views
Monday, September 30, 2019
Fighting Corruption Must Be Our Focus In 2020
Like pornography, corruption comes in hard-core and soft-core versions. Donald Trump’s record of self-dealing is the very definition of hard-core corruption. If it were porn, it would only be sold in a brown-paper bag. He should have been impeached long ago for his multiple violations of the public...
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The rest of the mainstream media, which can often be lazy, has adopted this framing of abolishing private insurance or not as the biggest issue when it comes to healthcare. It only scares voters for no reason, and helps Trump’s reelection chances. (Photo: Screenshot) Views
Thursday, September 12, 2019
Can Debate Moderators Stop Parroting GOP Talking Points?
At the first two Democratic debates, the moderators from NBC/MSNBC and CNN based their questions about health care on Republican and corporate talking points. They acted as if the issue most people care about is the future of private insurance companies, rather than the best way for all Americans...
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Monday, July 29, 2019
Nadler to the Rescue?
In announcing that the House Judiciary Committee is effectively commencing an impeachment inquiry, Committee Chair Jerry Nadler may have begun to rescue House Democrats from Nancy Pelosi’s misguided and stubborn attempts to keep impeachment off the table, just as Congress left town for a six-week...
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A demonstrator with a sign reading "Impeach now" takes part in Trumps Birthday Protest in front of the Trump International Tower, June 14, 2019 in New York City. - A group of activists protested against his immigration policy. (Photo: JOHANNES EISELE/AFP/Getty Images) Views
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Nancy Pelosi's Anti-Impeachment Stance Makes Increasingly Less Sense With Each Passing Day
“I don’t think you should impeach for political reasons, and I don’t think y ou should not impeach for political reasons.” – Nancy Pelosi Speaker Pelosi’s continued refusal to allow the House to open impeachment proceedings against President Trump is becoming increasingly incoherent. And her...
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Thus far, Trump looks like he’s completely getting his way and stomping on the hapless Democrats. This round goes to the bully. (Photo: People's Action Blog) Views
Thursday, May 23, 2019
It’s Time For The Democratic Party To Stand Up
Trump ordering former White House lawyer Don McGahn not to appear before Congress, and McGahn not showing up, is just the latest example of House Democrats appearing to beg Big Daddy Trump for candy, just so he can slap their hands and say, “No Children! Go to your rooms.” Trump’s staged walkout...
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The success of AOC and her allies in smashing the boundaries of the prior Overton Window has engendered a furious backlash—both from Republicans and corporate Democrats. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons) Views
Monday, April 15, 2019
AOC Smashes The Overton Window
Hillary Clinton, with her focus group-tested moderation, may have failed to break the glass ceiling. But Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, with her fearlessness, outspokenness, and mastery of social media has broken another piece of metaphorical glass – The Overton Window -and transformed the terms of...
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Given the relative youth of the conservative Justices, the Supreme Court could undermine democracy, overturn the will of Congress and regulatory agencies to combat climate change, and infringe a woman’s right to choose for generations after Trump, McConnell, and many Republican Senators are dead and gone. (Photo: Ron Cogswell/flickr/cc) Views
Friday, March 15, 2019
Expanding Supreme Court May Be Only Way to Protect Democracy
Mitch McConnell has achieved his lifelong political dream: packing the Federal Courts, and especially The Supreme Court, with right-wing extremists, who thanks to him, now hold lifetime appointments. The result: Even if the Democrats manage to win the Presidency, the House, and the Senate...
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 Bezos and his shareholders feel they are entitled to enrich themselves while taxpayers pick up the tab. (Photo: National Museum of American History/Flickr/cc) Views
Friday, February 15, 2019
Bezos Confronts Pecker, But Is Still a Greedy Di*k
Jeff Bezos deserves props for standing up to blackmail by The National Enquirer’s publisher, David Pecker, who threatened to print sexually explicit pictures and texts of the Amazon founder if he refused to issue a false statement that The Enquirer doesn’t have a pro-Trump political agenda. And...
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AOC and her colleagues–not Donald Trump and old, white Republican politicians–represent the future.(Photo: Molly Adams/Flickr/cc) Views
Thursday, February 07, 2019
America Is Already Socialist, And That’s a Good Thing
During Donald Trump’s State of the Union speech, many of the old, white, Republican Senators and Representatives must have gotten more exercise than in weeks, jumping to their feet to applaud almost every sentence of the endless rhetoric. One of the moments that got the loudest applause was Trump’s...
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