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economists and savvy business people roll their eyes. https://www.brookings.edu/opinions/current-job-creation-has-nothing-to-do-with-trumps-policies/
noted earlier this month in the washington post,  https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/if-something-happens-trump-points-his-finger-in-case-of-a-terror-attack/2017/02/06/8e315b78-eca6-11e6-9662-6eedf1627882_story.html?utm_term=.c75beadd68d7&wpisrc=nl_heads-draw6&wpmm=1
a tweet sunday https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump/status/828342202174668800
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article in a recent issue of the new york times  https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/14/opinion/when-canadian-scientists-were-muzzled-by-their-government.html?ref=opinion&_r=0 trump lashes out at everything and everyone from snl to cnn, it has become increasingly obvious that his real war is with reality.
stephen harper http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/h/stephen_harper/index.html?inline=nyt-per
accompany the scientists on interviews http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/federal-scientists-closely-monitored-during-polar-conference-1.1248559
deny permission http://www.canada.com/technology/ottawa+silences+scientist+over+west+coast+salmon+study/5162745/story.html
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bureaucracy http://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/federal-scientist-media-request-generates-email-frenzy-but-no-interview-1.2759300
survey http://www.pipsc.ca/portal/page/portal/website/issues/science/bigchill
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house bill 135 http://legisweb.state.wy.us/2017/introduced/hb0135.pdf
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the journal health affairs recently reported https://journalistsresource.org/studies/government/health-care/obamacare-cancer-diagnoses-affordable-care-act
2015 study https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26599188
long been far higher–and our outcomes considerably worse- http://www.pbs.org/newshour/rundown/health-costs-how-the-us-compares-with-other-countries/
last june, fortune magazine reported http://fortune.com/2016/06/21/us-health-care-costs/
a new study by the urban institute and robert wood johnson foundation http://www.rwjf.org/en/library/research/2016/06/the-widespread-slowdown-in-health-spending-growth-implications-f.html?cq_ck=1466182688800
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in a recent essay for  http://time.com/4675860/donald-trump-fake-news-attacks/
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sheila kennedy a jaundiced look at the world we live in. menu skip to content blog books about search for: scapegoating and grandstanding february 25, 2017random bloggingblame, grievance, trumpsheila the question that has continued to mystify me is how any voter could look at donald trump and see anything but a pathetic and embarrassing wanna-be entirely unqualified for office. so i was struck by this recent paragraph from talking points memo. people continue to marvel how a city-bred, godless libertine who was born to great wealth could become and remain the political avatar of small town and rural voters of middling means. the answer is simple. despite all their differences, trump meets his voters in a common perception (real or not) of being shunned, ignored and disrespected by ‘elites’. in short, his politics and his connection with his core voters is based on grievance. this is a profound and enduring connection. this part of his constituency likely amounts to only 25% or 30% of the electorate at most. but it is a powerful anchor on the right. his ability to emerge undamaged from an almost endless series of outrages and ridiculousnesses is based on this connection. grievance explains a good deal. we all encounter people who seem desperate for respect, for the esteem of others, but who seem wholly unaware of the qualities or behaviors that might earn them that esteem. and because they lack self-awareness, they double down on two behaviors in particular that mark them as insecure and resentful: scapegoating and grandstanding. trump is exhibit a. the grandstanding is repellant and its dishonesty is obvious to people who actually know how the world works. when trump takes credit for corporate hiring announcements, or good economic news–after a month in office–economists and savvy business people roll their eyes.   boasts that his administration is a “well-oiled machine” are a gift to comedians. proclaiming that you know more than other people, blustering that you have the “best” words or mind or instincts or whatever, is evidence of desperation, not superiority. (i still remember the counsel of an older lawyer with whom i once worked; he used to say “if you are good at what you do, people will notice without your telling them.”) the most accomplished people i know are also among the most modest. the constant grandstanding is embarrassing and revelatory, but it isn’t nearly as dangerous as the scapegoating. it is trump’s “blame game” that binds him to his base. people who are aggrieved, who feel cheated of the respect, success or status they believe is their due want someone to blame. the enduring appeal of white supremacists is their willingness to provide those villains and their enthusiastic demonizing of the “other”– black people, muslims, jews, immigrants, gays… when bad things happen to these lost, insecure souls, it can never be their fault. it can never be because they erred, or failed. it is because of the perfidy of those others. donald trump is the poster boy for pointing fingers and deflecting blame–even before the fact. as phillip rucker noted earlier this month in the washington post,  president trump appears to be laying the groundwork to preemptively shift blame for any future terrorist attack on u.s. soil from his administration to the federal judiciary, as well as to the media. in recent tweets, trump personally attacked james l. robart, a u.s. district judge in washington state, for putting “our country in such peril” with his ruling that temporarily blocked enforcement of the administration’s ban on all refugees as well as citizens of seven majority-muslim countries from entering the united states. “if something happens blame him and the court system. people pouring in. bad!” trump wrote in a tweet sunday. trump thus confirms his supporters’ core conviction: if it’s good, they did it (and all by themselves).  if it’s “bad,” (one of those “best words”) it’s someone else’s fault. view all 2 comments “alternative” realities february 24, 2017public policy and governanceevidence, harper, science, trumpsheila bizarre as he is, donald trump does embody the gop’s longstanding effort to substitute fantasy for evidence, and to act on the basis of the former.   forbes magazine recently reported that republican lawmakers have buried a report by the nonpartisan congressional budget office, because the findings debunked their preferred  (fanciful) economic worldview. the research study found absolutely no correlation between the the level of top tax rates and economic growth. the belief that taxing the rich slows economic growth is a key tenet of conservative economic theory, so rather than considering evidence contrary to that theory, senate republicans suppressed the report. this has become the standard reaction of republican lawmakers when inconvenient reality–facts, evidence, what your lying eyes tell you–conflicts with their preferred beliefs and/or the interests of their donors. the question is: how long can a war on reality be maintained? it isn’t just economics. an interesting article in a recent issue of the new york times compared the anti-science assault of the new trump administration with a similar effort mounted by stephen harper, a previous prime minister of canada. i was surprised by the article, since canadians seem so sane and reasonable in comparison to the united states. (i look rather longingly at justin trudeau…). evidently, however, waging war on facts, evidence and empirical investigation are not solely an american phenomenon. vancouver, british columbia — less than a month into the trump presidency, and the forecast for science seems ominous. scientists at federal agencies have been hit with gag orders preventing them from communicating their findings, or in some cases, attending scientific conferences. social media accounts and websites have been censored, and at least one agency was asked to identify personnel who worked on climate policies. now there are proposals for slashing research budgets and gutting funding that could affect the training of the next generation of scientists. to top it all off, president trump’s cabinet nominees and senior advisers include many who are climate deniers or doubters. canadians experienced a similar assault on science a decade ago under prime minister stephen harper. the author of the article, a canadian scientist, shared the experience of that country’s scientific community in the hopes that it might prove helpful here. the parallels were striking: starting in 2007, shortly after mr. harper became prime minister, new rules were issued that prevented federal scientists from speaking freely with the media about their research without clearing it with public relations specialists or having an administrative “minder” accompany the scientists on interviews or to scientific conferences. more often, the government would simply deny permission for a scientist to speak with reporters if that person’s findings ran counter to mr. harper’s political agenda. inquiries from journalists became mired in an obstinate bureaucracy, and media coverage of government climate research dropped 80 percent after the rules were imposed. this censorship also had a chilling effect on scientific inquiry. a survey of federal canadian scientists revealed that 90 percent felt they could not speak freely to the media about their work. if they were to speak up about science that affected public health or the environment, 86 percent felt that they would suffer retaliation. nearly half of the scientists knew of specific cases of political interference hampering efforts to protect the public. the article detailed the destruction of research libraries, and other “cost saving” measures. research on pollution and environmental contaminants was de-funded;  monitoring stations were closed. environmental protection laws were repealed. fearing the continued erosion of even the most basic protections for food inspection, water quality and human health, canadian scientists filled ottawa’s streets in the death of evidence march. that theatrical mock funeral procession became something of a cultural touchstone. it was a turning point that galvanized public opinion against prime minister harper’s anti-science agenda. by the next election, justin trudeau’s center-left government swept in on a platform that put scientists’ right to speak and the promise of evidence-based decisions alongside job creation and economic growth. in a very real sense, america’s political divisions are not between rational republicans and democrats, or conservatives and liberals. our divisions are between people willing to examine evidence, value and trust expertise, and grapple with the complexities of modern life, and people who are unwilling or unable to do so–people frantic to avoid both ambiguity and evidence inconsistent with their religious or political fundamentalism. a number of pundits have opined that the demonstrations and marches being held around the country will have little effect on political decision-making. the canadian “death of evidence” march–and more recently, the “pussy hats” of the women’s march–suggest otherwise. reason is an adaptive characteristic. it will prevail. unfortunately, a lot of harm can be done in the interim. view all 15 comments “moral” lawbreaking february 23, 2017gay rightslgbtq, religion, rule of law, wyomingsheila remember the lyrics of that old cowboy song, “don’t fence me in”? oh give me land lots of land under starry skies above don’t fence me in let me ride through the wide open spaces that i love don’t fence me in. i found those “wide open spaces”–they’re between wyoming legislators’ ears. a bill has been introduced into the wyoming state legislature aimed at legalizing discrimination against the gay community–but only if the discriminatory behavior is motivated by religion. house bill 135, also called the government nondiscrimination act, would legalize discrimination against the lgbtq community, so long as the discrimination is done for religious or “moral” reasons. according to second nexus (a publication with which i am unfamiliar), specifically, the bill would forbid the government from taking action against any “person,” including public and private corporations and entities, if that person acts on a “religious belief or moral conviction” that marriage is the union of one man and woman, or that “‘man’ and ‘woman’ mean an individual’s biological sex as objectively determined by anatomy genetics at the time of birth.” the bill is remarkable for the breadth of organizations it allows to discriminate on the basis of religious freedom. “if passed, hb 135 would allow government employees, licensed professionals (like teachers or counselors) and private businesses to discriminate,” said sabrina king, policy director at the aclu of wyoming. under the bill, even hospitals and doctors would be allowed to deny routine health care services. (the bill does not exempt the provision of “emergency medical treatment necessary for treatment of an illness or injury.”) the bill does not define “moral conviction” or “religious belief,” nor does it specify what would constitute evidence of the genuine existence of such a belief. think of all the other possible applications of this approach: all those libertarians who have a “moral conviction” that taxes are theft could assert that conviction as a defense to nonpayment. mormon men who still believe in plural marriage could cite their religious beliefs when marrying several underage girls. i understand that the santeria religion requires ritual, public animal sacrifices…evidently, however, the only religious and moral beliefs that deserve legal protection in wyoming are those that require marginalizing and diminishing lgbtq people. even justice scalia, a notoriously anti-gay, pro-religion jurist, understood that allowing religious exemptions from laws of general application would constitute a direct assault on the rule of law. i actually have a strong moral objection to seeing my tax dollars used to pay lawmakers who introduce measures that are patently unconstitutional–not to mention hateful and counterproductive–whether those public officials are in wyoming, indiana or the white house. view all 26 comments the unarguable benefits of universal healthcare february 22, 2017public policy and governanceaca, gop, medicaid, medicare, paul ryansheila as political posturing over the affordable care act (aka “obamacare”) continues, the fiscal and social benefits of expanded access to healthcare become steadily more obvious. the journal health affairs recently reported an 8 percent increase per year in the number of early-stage colorectal cancer diagnoses since passage of the aca. extrapolated across the country, the researchers estimate the aca led to approximately 8,400 additional early-stage colorectal cancer diagnoses among seniors between 2011 and 2013. a 2015 study published in jama found that the aca had increased the number of early-stage cervical cancer diagnoses in women aged 21 to 25. early diagnosis doesn’t just increase the likelihood of successful medical intervention; it significantly reduces healthcare costs. when cancer is caught earlier, it is cheaper to treat. america’s healthcare costs have long been far higher–and our outcomes considerably worse-– than in countries with universal systems. the lobbying clout of big pharma and big insurance continue to make a cost-effective “medicare for all” politically impossible, but even with its problems, the aca has vastly increased the number of americans who are insured while significantly slowing the rise of healthcare spending; last june, fortune magazine reported the united states will save about $2.6 trillion on health care expenses over a five-year period compared to initial projections made right after the passage of the affordable care act. while health spending spiked briefly in 2014, evidence shows that it has once again slowed down and will help save americans trillions between 2014 and 2019, according to a new study by the urban institute and robert wood johnson foundation. spending declines will happen across both private health insurance as well as medicare and medicaid. centers for medicare and medicaid services actuaries predicted that total medicare spending between 2014 and 2019 would be $455 billion lower than the aca baseline forecast. projected medicaid spending over the same time period is expected to be $1.05 billion lower than previous aca estimates, while private insurance spending projections declined by $664 billion. i simply do not understand the republicans’ hysterical opposition to the aca. both health outcomes and cost controls have improved, and problems with the program can be fixed with relatively minimal tweaking. the program’s popularity has also improved. (according to survey research, approximately half of those who do remain unhappy with obamacare complain that it doesn’t go far enough–they would prefer a single-payer system.) it isn’t just the aca. paul ryan and the gop are threatening to dismantle both medicaid and medicare–programs with low overhead and proven effectiveness– and they are intent on defunding planned parenthood, which delivers critical medical services to millions of poor women. it isn’t as though a free market system could work for healthcare. market transactions require a willing buyer and a willing seller, both of whom are in possession of all information relevant to the transaction. equal bargaining power doesn’t describe real-world doctor-patient relationships. in that real world, insurance companies have virtually total control over the options available to those fortunate enough to have coverage. it seems inconceivable that ryan, et al, simply do not see the multiple fiscal and social benefits of universal–or at least expanded–access to healthcare. so what accounts for their persistent hostility to programs that have proven their effectiveness? why are they intent upon substituting block grants for medicaid, turning medicare into a “voucher” system, destroying planned parenthood and eviscerating the aca? if the answer to that question is what i think it is– slashing social programs that benefit millions of americans will allow them to subsidize the insurance and pharmaceutical industries even more generously and deliver more tax cuts to their wealthy patrons–i wonder how they sleep at night. view all 20 comments denial isn’t a river in egypt february 21, 2017random bloggingdenial, fact, realitysheila i recently read a sobering report on climate change; apparently, the pace of the predicted rise in sea levels is accelerating. the effects will not be uniform–some areas will see a more rapid rise than others. as the introductory paragraphs noted, polar ice is melting and the seas are rising faster than at any time in at least 2,800 years. the sea level has climbed by up to nine inches since 1880 and by three inches since 1993, according to research published in nature. for americans living near the coasts and wondering how long before their homes are inundated, a new noaa report — released on the last day of barack obama’s administration — offers region-specific predictions to help them prepare. i was struck by the matter-of-fact tone of the article. the authors were scientists who obviously believed that they were communicating with readers who would respect settled science based upon verifiable fact and evidence. fact and evidence are critically important to human survival. because distinguishing fantasy from fiction is so important, we cannot afford to ignore donald trump’s constant assaults on reality. that point was made–cogently and emphatically–by bret stephens, a wall street journal reporter, in a recent essay for time magazine. you really need to read the entire essay, which is a defense of the importance of objective fact by a conservative journalist. we honor the central idea of journalism — the conviction, as my old boss peter kann once said, “that facts are facts; that they are ascertainable through honest, open-minded and diligent reporting; that truth is attainable by laying fact upon fact, much like the construction of a cathedral; and that truth is not merely in the eye of the beholder.” and we honor the responsibility to separate truth from falsehood, which is never more important than when powerful people insist that falsehoods are truths, or that there is no such thing as truth to begin with. stephens is defending not just reporting, but the importance of credible sources of information in a world where misinformation is a weapon wielded by the unscrupulous. ideologically, the president is trying to depose so-called mainstream media in favor of the media he likes — breitbart news and the rest. another way of making this point is to say that he’s trying to substitute news for propaganda, information for boosterism. his objection to, say, the new york times, isn’t that there’s a liberal bias in the paper that gets in the way of its objectivity, which i think would be a fair criticism. his objection is to objectivity itself. he’s perfectly happy for the media to be disgusting and corrupt — so long as it’s on his side. as stephens notes, trump has a habit of defending questionable or clearly false assertions by saying that “lots of people” agree with him. now many people also say jim morrison faked his own death. many people say barack obama was born in kenya. “many people say” is what’s known as an argumentum ad populum. if we were a nation of logicians, we would dismiss the argument as dumb. we are not a nation of logicians. i think it’s important not to dismiss the president’s reply simply as dumb. we ought to assume that it’s darkly brilliant — if not in intention than certainly in effect. the president is responding to a claim of fact not by denying the fact, but by denying the claim that facts are supposed to have on an argument. for trump, truth is what you can sell, what you can get away with. for those of us who are astonished by the obvious fact that donald trump has gotten away with lying about virtually everything, stephens has an explanation: if a public figure tells a whopping lie once in his life, it’ll haunt him into his grave. if he lies morning, noon and night, it will become almost impossible to remember any one particular lie. outrage will fall victim to its own ubiquity. it’s the same truth contained in stalin’s famous remark that the death of one man is a tragedy but the death of a million is a statistic. we all know people who prefer to live in their own realities, no matter how divorced from demonstrable fact. donald trump appears to be one of them, and the danger that poses for the nation is–or should be– obvious. the seas are going to rise whether the new epa secretary believes in climate change or not. home-grown terrorists will continue to pose a greater danger than imported ones, despite trump’s insistence on blaming muslim refugees. a “wall” won’t stop the significant percentage of undocumented immigrants who fly into the country legally but then overstay their visas. protectionism isn’t going to save american jobs that are overwhelmingly being lost to automation, not trade. to paraphrase neil degrasse tyson, the thing about facts is that they’re true whether you believe them or not. basing policies on fantasies rather than evidence is a recipe for disaster. view all 27 comments posts navigation ← older posts articles, editorials, papers and excerpts from books written by sheila kennedy. subscribeleave blank:do not change:your email: categories academic papers constitution criminal justice education / youth free speech gay rights local government personal autonomy public policy and governance racial equality random blogging religious 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