This tender moment in America.
Keith Yamashita


Spot on. Too many in America, either because of intellectual laziness or simply due to our geographic dispersion, have become navel-gazers. Coastal elites have bemoaned the election on the grounds of what “could happen” rather than wait to see what “will happen”, while the tens of millions of Americans disenfranchised by globalization and automation look at the demonstrations by said elites and take that as proof that their vote was well placed.

Oppose Trump when he’s wrong, but we all need to do what we can to start to repair the income inequality issues which energized Sanders voters and elected Trump.

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