I sincerely apologize for the hiatus; however, I’ve been sick and unable to write. (I haven’t even been able to read the news as closely as I’d like to!) Coming soon are articles on Joe Manchin, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Critical Race Theory, and Trump’s DOJ, along with others. As a special treat, I’ll also be… Continue reading Coming Soon… And a Few More Random Things
After Benghazi, Republicans held 32 hearings, 7 Congressional investigations, published 11 reports, and even forced Hillary Clinton to testify for 11 hours. Democrats were not involved. Despite their best efforts, Republicans found nothing. However, they refuse to support a bipartisan commission to investigate the January 6 insurrection, an act of domestic terrorism, that happened right here in… Continue reading January 6 Commission
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard about the Arizona audit of the votes in Maricopa County (where Phoenix is located), which is a third recount of the ballots called for by the Republican Arizona Senate. However, instead of a nonpartisan organization, the Arizona Senate hired an organization called Cyber Ninjas, a cybersecurity… Continue reading Arizona “Fraudit”
Liz Cheney Insurrection Video I’m not fond of Liz Cheney’s policies. She voted with Donald Trump 92.9% of the time. She is not somebody I would ever support in an election, nor is she somebody for whom I could ever vote. I absolutely do not respect many of the things she has endorsed politically. But… Continue reading Liz Cheney and Moral Courage
Liz Cheney used to be a popular Republican in the House of Representatives representing Wyoming’s at-large district. Daughter of Dick Cheney, she was a conservative darling, elected Chair of the House Republican Conference, making her the third-ranking Republican in the chamber behind the Minority Leader (Kevin McCarthy) and Minority Whip (Steve Scalise). She was well-respected… Continue reading Liz Cheney v. House Republicans
It is the end of April 2021, and it seems as though coverage of the Capitol Riots has stopped being newsworthy. Where is Congress? Why in the hell aren’t they making this into a more significant issue? The lawyer for Syracuse “Proud Boy” Matthew Greene blames Trump’s rhetoric. Why aren’t the Democrats making the riots and the… Continue reading Why Aren’t Democrats Talking about the Capitol Riots More?
Texas is considering several pieces of legislation that would be devastating to women’s healthcare. Unfortunately, these bills are very likely to pass and become law in Texas. They are some of the most extreme in the country and completely anti-choice. Sadly, Texas provides no sex education to prevent unplanned pregnancy, so 45-49% of pregnancies are… Continue reading Anti-Abortion Texas Legislation
While Democrats are focused on common-sense gun control, voting rights, and the American Jobs Plan, Republicans are unfortunately focused on making this a record-breaking year for anti-transgender laws, which will affect minors the most. Thirty-three states have introduced 117 laws that are making their way through state legislatures that specifically target the transgender community. These… Continue reading Anti-Transgender Laws
The Big Lie was not only dangerous to our country in that millions of Americans (6 in 10 Republicans) believe that President Biden stole the election, but that states are using The Big Lie to restrict voting access. However, there was no evidence of any widespread voter fraud. As of March 24, 47 states have… Continue reading The Filibuster and Voting Rights
As I’m sure you’ve heard, Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-FL) is caught up in quite a concerning issue. He is accused of not only sleeping with a 17-year-old female, but taking her across state lines on a trip. He is 38. (Let’s be clear here — if you are an adult, you are not sleeping with a… Continue reading Gaetzgate
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