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September 23, 2017

Archives for December 2016

“Great move on delay (by V. Putin) – I always knew he was very smart!,” Trump said in a post on Twitter. Trump’s Idea of Smart and My Idea of Smart Are Worlds Apart

President-elect Donald Trump on Friday praised the “delay” by Russian President Vladimir Putin, apparently referring to Putin’s refusal to retaliate for the U.S. expulsion of 35 Russians over their alleged involvement in hacking political groups before the Nov. 8 presidential election. “Great move on delay (by V. Putin) – I always knew he was very

Donald Trump said he would drain the swamp — but instead he’s just adding new alligators.

The Republican-controlled Senate is expected to start voting on Trump’s cabinet nominees as soon as the new year begins. We can stop Trump’s worst cabinet nominees from being confirmed, but only if your senators hear from masses of people like you. Sign the petition asking the US Senate to block Donald Trump’s cabinet. Then call

Standing Our Ground, Our Bodies, Our Choice

Standing Our Ground, Our Bodies, Our Choice Researchers just destroyed a key belief underlying the GOP’s anti-abortion laws…… The question of women’s mental health has long been at the center of the abortion conversation, namely that the procedure will negatively impact women. This, in addition to the political policing of female bodily autonomy and sexuality, lead to

Tell Congress: Immediately investigate Trump’s ties to Russia

On Wednesday night news broke that U.S. intelligence officials now believe Russian President Vladimir Putin was personally involved in the Russian interference in the presidential election.1 This report follows last week’s initial revelation of a secret CIA assessment that Russia intervened in the 2016 U.S. presidential election to help Donald Trump win.2 Trump has also

Black Lives Don’t Matter-Mistrial In Walter Scott Killing… Jury Unable To Reach Decision

On April 4, 2015, former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager fired eight rounds at Walter Scott as the 50-year-old black man ran away. On Monday, Slager walked out of the courtroom after a judge declared a mistrial because one of the 12 jurors could not “with good conscience consider a guilty verdict.” Later, the prosecutor

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