internment camps

History becomes not a warning but “a blueprint for how to carry out similar human rights violations.”
Is Trump a fascist? When are we justified in using the "f" word to describe a right-wing politician or movement that we legitimately find frightening?
The images are especially disturbing in light of recent comments from Donald Trump and his supporters.
Today, as during World War II, many of our leaders, inured to the bad treatment of minorities, continue to incite mistrust and hatred. We find ourselves trapped in the same old dreary circle of fear.
Note to Trump: Nobody thinks internment camps were a good idea.
"[You] hold a position of authority and power, but you demonstrably have failed to learn the most basic of American civics or history lessons."
Seventy years after the mass internment of Japanese Americans was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, the ugly ideas at the