"We are together, and we can save each other."
"One suggestion I’d offer people is not to spread yourself too thin — per above I think the Trump administration is going to make pushes into all sorts of areas: Free speech, women’s health, public education, minority voting, LGBT+ rights and so on. They want you to be dazed and thinking there’s too much to focus on. Pick one as your main focus and drill down on it, hard. Others will take up the other categories. Help them when you can but push hard on the one area you know and care most about. If enough people do that, everything will get covered and energy won’t dissipate. It’s going to be a long four years. Best to keep focus."
And I'd like to know who paid him the "$1,000/hr" to write such crap.
"Mr. Harris said...he was trying to build a political consulting business and needed to protect his reputation. But eventually he agreed to tell the story of his foray into fake news, a very part-time gig that he calculated paid him about $1,000 an hour in web advertising revenue. He seemed to regard his experience with a combination of guilt about having spread falsehoods and pride at doing it so skillfully."
Never expected a Simon & Garfunkel cover to resonate, but it echoes our times.
- Clark State Community Collegeadjunct faculty, 2012 - present
- self employedwriter, present
- Antioch University Midwestadjunct faculty, 2012 - 2012
- Antioch University McGregorCreative Writing, 2008 - 2010
- Antioch University McGregorHumanities, 2006 - 2008
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