Nice people don’t talk about race. It’s a white cultural convention that rendered Republicans impotent against an onslaught of racist rhetoric from figures like Donald Trump and Roy Moore. It’s a idea that has to die before it kills us.
Interesting results from three special elections last night.
Two stories caught my eye this week for the starkly contradictory picture they paint of our younger generation.
By passing this bill, Republicans would face the consequences at the ballot box before anyone gets killed by their stupidity. If you want to see universal health care someday, and you want to see Republicans gutted in the 2018 mid-terms, Graham-Cassidy is an ironic gift.
How about something hopeful for a change?
People who’ve made a living pretending climate change isn’t real have been operating under one critical assumption – the physical, life-threatening outcomes of global warming won’t arrive for many decades. They were wrong. In fact, even most climate researchers have been surprised by the accelerating pace of climate change.
Remember to ignore anything you witness that conflicts with your bigoted beliefs, and have a blessed day.
It may be true that workers benefit from organization, but a 19th century union model may not be the best way to accomplish that objective.
A political orphan’s guide to current events.
No matter what Trump does, Republicans will not use their power to restore the old order if it creates even the slightest risk of loss to them. It’s over. We are on our own.