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Bad Precedent

I’ve never been one to want to see Donald Trump in jail merely because he’s Donald Trump. But, on the other hand, he did many horrible things that I hold him accountable for — for example, the negligent killing of 600,000 people by COVID-19.  But we can’t just throw him in jail for being a negligent and… Continue reading Bad Precedent

It’s Time to Take a Look in the Mirror

I try to keep an open mind about everything in life. I don’t always succeed, but I do my best. I think that’s the most we can ask for when it comes to politics. We each have our own opinions, and we tend to stick to them unless we’re part of the minority who actually… Continue reading It’s Time to Take a Look in the Mirror

GOP v. GQP

I disagree with the GOP. But with the GOP, we can sit down and have civil conversations like adults. We can challenge each other without name-calling. We can both learn from each other. The GOP is NOT the enemy. The Adam Kinzingers of this world vote vastly different than we do, and we’ll always object,… Continue reading GOP v. GQP

Guest Writers

Passionate about a political topic? Want to be a guest writer on Liberal Takes? Email me at sunshine@liberaltakes.com or find me on the contact page. I’m sure we’d all love to hear what you have to say!!!

Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day to all Americans! I wonder how you can celebrate this day if you no longer believe in our Democratic Republic, if you no longer believe in our Constitution, and if you believe it was okay that domestic terrorists used our flags to beat police officers at the insurrection. Hell, I don’t know… Continue reading Happy Independence Day!

The State of America and Despondence

I have begun many articles for this blog over the past month. All of them were, in my opinion, worth writing. I felt it imperative that people keep spreading the facts about these topics, and that I also had a responsibility to utilize my voice and speak out. However, after starting each article, I would… Continue reading The State of America and Despondence

Coming Soon… And a Few More Random Things

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

January 6 Commission

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

Arizona “Fraudit”

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 and Moral Courage

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

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