Sheldon Whitehouse on Dark Money in Politics

https://youtu.be/cjcXVKg43qY If you haven't had the time or the stomach to watch this week's Supreme Court confirmation hearings, I recommend taking the time to listen to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse who used his time to succinctly explained how "dark money,” likely originating from the coffers of Charles Koch, was behind the selection of Amy Conen Barrett … Continue reading Sheldon Whitehouse on Dark Money in Politics

If You Try Sometimes, You Might Find…

“My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed." ~Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg Mick Jagger was right- “You can't always get what you want.” Or can you? The lyrics continue: "if you try sometimes, you might find, you get what you need." We are not … Continue reading If You Try Sometimes, You Might Find…

Kushner, Chao, Tucker, Kanye, Nunes, and Corporate Socialism

They make up phrases like ”leftist fascism.” They think calling democrats "socialists" will scare those who don't realize Social Security, a program we need to retire, funded with our earnings, a program this administration is fighting to dissolve, is a socialistic program. They try to instil fear by saying Democrats will raise taxes. Whose taxes … Continue reading Kushner, Chao, Tucker, Kanye, Nunes, and Corporate Socialism

Georgia on My Mind

It’s 2020, and Georgia is in no better position to hold a fair election than they were two years ago. 2018 was an indisputable display of election fraud. Brian Kemp, was Georgia’s Secretary of State, and a candidate for the office of Governor, running against a formidable candidate, Stacey Abrams, an attorney who served in … Continue reading Georgia on My Mind

Defunding Police in Minneapolis

Just over two weeks ago George Floyd was murdered by Derek Chauvin, a police officer who had a record of abuse against black civilians. Chauvin killed George Floyd knowing he was being taped, hearing bystanders pleas to “get off his neck.” He looked defiantly into the camera as he killed Floyd, clearly believing he would … Continue reading Defunding Police in Minneapolis

Peaceful Protests Met With Violence

Eight days ago George Floyd was murdered by four Minneapolis policemen: two held his body in place, one stood guard to make sure no one would help him, and the fourth used his knee to strangle him. Only one has been arrested. Derek Chauvin, the man who strangled Floyd, had 18 complaints on his official … Continue reading Peaceful Protests Met With Violence