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Why are the billionaires always laughing?

Because they know the corporate media will never call bullshit on their bullshit.

Mitchell Zimmerman

Mitchell Zimmerman

Mitchell Zimmerman is an attorney, longtime social activist, and author of the anti-racism thriller "Mississippi Reckoning" (2019).

Articles by this author

 

The Innocent Victims of America's War on Terror Deserve Remembrance Too

Countless people died in the 20 years of war our country launched in the name of our 9/11 dead.

Mitchell Zimmerman ·


Trumpedemic: The Coronavirus Death Toll Reached 500,000 Because Trump Sabotaged the Covid Response

Donald Trump placed his perceived political interests over stopping a pandemic.

Mitchell Zimmerman ·



More Partisanship, Not Less: Democrats Shouldn’t Compromise Their Solutions to Pander to a GOP That Is Part of the Problem

There can be no reasonable compromise between those determined to confront the crises America faces and those who deny that the problems exist—and have indeed aggravated them.

Mitchell Zimmerman ·


Republicans Aren’t Just Bad Losers—They’re Traitors to Democracy

Trump’s insidious rhetoric on the election won’t stop Biden from taking office, but it’s not harmless either.

Mitchell Zimmerman ·


Trump to Seniors: Drop Dead

In lieu of a plan for the virus, the president keeps assuring audiences that "only" older people will die.

Mitchell Zimmerman ·


If Trump Fills RBG’s Seat, the Court’s Legitimacy Will Be in Crisis

We cannot afford a Supreme Court that has abandoned its constitutional duties to cement right-wing minority rule.

Mitchell Zimmerman ·


Trump Knew Covid-19 Could Kill. He Just Didn’t Care.

Trump and his falsehoods are responsible for most of America’s 200,000 coronavirus deaths to date. 

Mitchell Zimmerman ·

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