Category Archives: Media

Resisting the Mind Games of Donald Trump and the One Percent, Part 2

by Roy Eidelson In my previous post, I noted that in my research as a psychologist, I’ve found that the psychological appeals used by people eager to maintain or extend their extraordinary wealth and power tend to target five key … Continue reading

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THE STANDING ROCK PROTEST: Part 1

By Anthony J. Marsella I have two major purposes in writing this commentary: To call attention to the national media’s intentional lack of coverage to the Standing Rock protests. This lack of coverage is an egregious affront and insult to … Continue reading

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“Tapping the Victim Syndrome!” Voters as Victims Fuel Trump’s Appeal! Part 2

Anthony Marsella, Ph.D. – TRANSCEND Media Service The Media Doesn’t Get It! What is being missed by media analysts is “Trumpism!” Rising anger and distrust with the “System”, combined with a voice speaking candidly and fearlessly about voter alienation.  It … Continue reading

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“Tapping the Victim Syndrome!” Voters as Victims Fuel Trump’s Appeal! Part 1.

Anthony Marsella, Ph.D. – TRANSCEND Media Service Trumpism!  No magic, no mystique, no charisma, no aura of invincibility! Just an astute and calculated recognition of the nation’s many discontents, assumed causes, and an appealing public persona fuel Trump’s appeal. Voters … Continue reading

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