This is what the cult of diversity leads to
“there are only 13 Republican women left in the House, and Cheney will be the only female Republican in leadership in the chamber. That has even moderates in the party embracing her, even if they’re personally opposed to the image and policies she represents. “
Liz Cheney has risen up the leadership ranks in a very short period of time. And she’s done it all while proudly defending her dad
“Ernesto Araújo – until recently a mid-ranking official who blogs about the “criminalisation” of red meat, oil and heterosexual sex – will become the top diplomat of South America’s biggest nation, representing 200 million people and the greatest and most biodiverse forest on Earth, the Amazon.”
Ernesto Araújo has called climate science ‘dogma’ and bemoaned the ‘criminalisation’ of red meat, oil and heterosexual sex
The Republican Party is becoming completely irrelevant in New England and the West Coast on the state level. Time to kick the bums out of Washington
Susan Collins is the only New England Republican left in Congress.
The same people who claim “we can’t afford” universal healthcare or publicly funded university never say a peep about this.
Unlimited funds to slaughter but we’re always broke when it comes time to help people. This is an empire in decay
The report found that “high costs in war and war-related spending pose a national security concern because they are unsustainable.”
Look at these two photos.
Photo 1 is what we usually see. It leads lots of people to come to the conclusion that most of the U.S. is conservative. And to make lots of assumptions about how those blue areas are somehow stealing elections from all that red.
Photo 2 is a cartogram of the same information, with each square representing both an individual district and an approximately equal population. It gives a MUCH more accurate reading of the state of things.
The point is: land mass doesn’t vote. People do. And whether they live in sparsely populated rural areas or in densely populated urban areas, each vote is worth exactly the same – no more and no less – as any other vote.
Photos from the New York Times election coverage.
Commentary from Micheal Philips