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By Ernest Kearney — 1940 saw an expansion of Secretary of State Davenport efforts to educate Anglo-Saxon Americans of the threats to their race.

By Ernest Kearney — H. L. Mencken, journalist and social critic had predicted it in 1920: “As democracy is perfected, the office

By Ernest Kearney – The pundits proclaimed the ski lifts in Hell must be working overtime, for Donald Trump had won the Republican nomination

By Ernest Kearney - In the midst of the Great Depression, Donald Trump’s pronouncement that he would seek the Republican nomination to run against

He's gotta go, of course. But Donald The Dictator’s raptorial reign is far from the only damage being done to our democracy.

The Tvolution is reprinting the following review, in anticipation of the upcoming production of “A Christmas Carol,” playing at the Wallis Annenberg Center for

By Ernest Kearney — In his 1944 play No Exit, Jean-Paul Sartre famously penned, “Hell is other people.” In The Dog

By Ernest Kearney — This year the TVO crew and I saw 76 shows and from those, here are THE TVOLUTION 2019 Fringe Awards…

It’s a safe bet that more people want Trump out of office than want him in. Hell, that was true on Election Day 2016.

Sigh… More than twenty Democrats are running for president, and none of them will stuff Trump’s hairpiece down his throat—the one thing I would

By Steve Schlich — My premise is brutal: business is a cross between a dictatorship and a junta …which makes government run as a

by Darwyn Carson — Time to Gird Your Loins everybody. If you haven't refreshed your memory yet, there's plenty of time and opportunity to

By Steve Schlich — Above: #PlaidShirtGuy mocks Trump at a Montana rally. He (and friends) were eventually shooed off-camera, but the video is internet-immortal.

By Ernest Kearney  —  It always pleases me when I revisit a film after many years and find that it’s as good as I

By Steve Schlich  —  Admit it: you’ve clicked on the link “How the Right Lost Its Mind” and read with anxious hope that somehow, naming

By Ernest Kearney  —  In these turbulent and twisting times that find so many bewildered and baffled, suckered punched by the events of the

By Darwyn Carson - (originally published 12/2014) Just as we were about to yawn and say pass the potatoes please, three unique

by Ernest Kearney  — The origins of Taiko drumming in Japan is lost in that vast attic called history, but the conservative scholars will

by Ernest Kearney — Forough Farrokhzad was the subject of Sussan Deyhim’s The House is Black which I recently reviewed at the Wallis Annenberg

By Ernest Kearney — The other night my lovely wife Marlene and I were out walking with a couple of friends, after a pleasant