You may test that assumption at your convinience.
Liz cheney is the last republican who can see which way the wind blows, and is only doing it in preparation for her own presidential run.
You're assuming there's a future american democracy, and no maga. Faschists tend to fight to the death, and when the experts are literally screaming "FOURTEEN!" and no one is paying attention... yeah.Does this future also contain people capable of remembering who she is by then? Because the shift back to sanity isn't going to be fast.
The big problem with leftists IMO is that their default solution to any problem with capitalism is "burn down the whole system". We all know that's just not going to happen, so what's the point of always recommending it as a solution? Can't we acknowledge that there are structural problems with capitalism and then try to come up with ideas other than "burn it all down and rebuild from the ground up"?
When you have black mould in your house and you call in a mould removal expert, he COULD recommend burning down the house and starting over, but he would probably also give other less radical solutions if asked, and I doubt he would call you a coward or a pro-mouldist for asking.
US inflation ticked back up in August, despite plunging gas prices, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics released Tuesday.
On a monthly basis, consumer prices rose 0.1% from July, according to the Consumer Price Index, which measures a basket of consumer goods and services. Economists had projected that inflation would fall from July to August by 0.1%, after holding steady at 0% growth from June to July.
Core CPI, which strips out the more volatile categories like food and gasoline, measured 6.3% in August, up from 6.2% in July. The month-on-month gain of 0.6% was double what economists had expected.