An article in Vanity Fair confirms that Trump Administration's Steve Bannon thinks in terms of a "sh_t list."
Bannon recommended to the president that GOPers who didn't play ball on Trumpcare should be added to that list. BTW, Vanity Fair also notes that few if any fear that kind of retaliation any more.
Like former Fox News head Roger Ailes, Donald Trump's bullying days seem over. Instead he must learn the art and cunning of politics. Hedrick Smith's book "The Power Game" might be a place to start.
However, there are those who would find it a status symbol of make it onto Bannon's sh_t list. Some of us from the Countercultural days deluded ourselves. We assumed that our activism was high-profile enough to register on the radar screens of the powers that be.
Of course, no one, except my alarmed parents, even noticed that I was heading off to marches, penning earnest letters and attending consciousness-raising sessions.
However, when I was hired in the media department of the University of Pittsburgh, I found out that head of the publications unit had caught the attention of the FBI. A Humphrey Bogart kind of character, now and then he would allude to a someone who had turned out to be an informant in his protest group. I was probably not the only woman in the office who was in awe of him.
Back then I fell less-than since I had never made The List. I am determined that will not happen again. So, I ask readers, please please please let me know how I can signal Bannon et al. that I am trouble.
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