And this is why no state has allowed a true “none of the above” option to get on the ballot. It would prove how much of a sham our electoral system really is
Jeff Bezos Protests the Invasion of his Privacy as Amazon Builds a Sprawling Surveillance State For Everyone Else
“But Bezos, given how much he works and profits to destroy the privacy of everyone else (to say nothing of the labor abuses of his company), is about the least sympathetic victim imaginable of privacy invasion.”
One of the world’s greatest privacy invaders just had his privacy invaded.
Let me get this straight:
Kamala Harris is giving a “prebuttal” to Trumps state of the union address, whatever that is.
Stacy Abrams is giving the official democratic response
Xavier Becerra is giving the Spanish language rebuttal
Bernie Sanders will give his own rebuttal after Stacy Abrams speaks
And Mandela Barnes will give a working families party rebuttal after Abrams
Out of the five people speaking tonight, somehow the only one getting crap about it is Bernie. The Bernie haters will use any excuse to try to discredit, slander, and belittle him
We can no longer write off state and local taxes over $10k, but if you buy a private jet you can write that off. Trump really made a good deal for us little people 🙄
Little brother is watching 👀
“Pinto said, “is that you never quite knew if you were being watched or not and that forced you into behaving in a certain way. The elf is the same way.””
He’s always watching. And you better keep him happy.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh will shift the balance of the Supreme Court, and could undermine the religious freedom of all Americans for a generation.
We need a court that will represent all of us, not just the interests of those with a particular set of religious beliefs. Urge your Senators to reject Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation.
More good news out of California.
“Today, California reforms its bail system so that rich and poor alike are treated fairly,” Gov. Jerry Brown said. He first advocated for an overhaul in his 1979 State of the State Address.
Paper ballots now!
An 11-year-old on Friday was able to hack into a replica of the Florida state election website and change voting results found there in under 10 minutes.