Tag Archives: political violence

Bloody hands

By Nathan Barton The severe beating of Massachusetts Senator Charles Sumner by North Carolina Congressman Preston Brooks in the Senate Chamber on the afternoon of 22 May 1856 is emblematic of the increasing tension between the Northern and the Southern states … Continue reading

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Fracturing society, one city at a time

By Nathan Barton A correspondent asks, “Is this true?” InfoWars.com has published a Tweet claiming that a man died because the ambulance carrying him to hospital was delayed by the street being blocked by anti-Trump protesters. My correspondent, Scott, suggests, … Continue reading

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Oh the horror of it all

By Nathan Barton The internet and the mainstream media are full of the stories, the columns, and the comments: most talking about how the world and the Fifty States will become a hideous, horrible, fear-driven place because The Donald was … Continue reading

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Election end-game nears? (Not hardly)

By Nathan Barton As Wikileaks and others release more and more information about one of the four pieces of work running nationwide for Massa in 2016, and as more and more people chime in on issues and potential outcomes, it … Continue reading

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