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The Biden Doctrine

Joe Biden is now the vice president who will not be president. He’s been VP for seven and a half years, preceded by decades of work on U.S. 55 more words


Trump Going Soft Leaves Some Unsatisfied as He Continues to Reach Out to Minority Voters

Bearing a striking resemblance to the much maligned immigration plan proposed by Marco Rubio during the primaries, Trump’s reformed plan is far more lenient then his original. 562 more words


LATE-BREAKING NEWS: WE WILL NOT BE SILENCED: Church Gun-Violence Sit-In With Congresswoman Jackie Speier

Dear Friends,

No one should have to live in fear of losing their life, especially when going to school or church, or visiting a night club, community center, or movie theater. 310 more words

Social Justice/Activism

Trumpism: How it came to be

One year ago, my husband and I were sitting at our kitchen table at dinner laughing about Trump entering the Republican race for president. We shook our heads, talked lightly about how it would never come to be, then got back to real conversation pertaining to real news. 491 more words

Breaking Into The Two-Party System

The United States, thanks to its winner takes all election system, is forever doomed to be in a two-party system. It’s basic game theory. For a 3rd party to become relevant at the national stage, it would have to oust and replace either the Democratic party or the Republican party. 664 more words


California Lawmakers Flip-Flopping In Favor Of Climate Change Efforts

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — California’s effort to halt climate change is winning hearts and minds, among Assembly Democrats who’d previously opposed it.

In 2006, the state set a goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by 2020. 65 more words


Hillary’s honesty

If you’ve seen any TV commercials you recognize the little green creature advertising Geiko. And you likely associate the Statue of Liberty with car insurance. The purpose of repetition in advertising is to keep a product in the viewer’s mind, to repeat an idea so often that the product’s value is eventually accepted as truth. 166 more words