It’s time for some major House and Senate cleaning. 💪🏻🇺🇸
“At the heart of the democratic socialist vision flowering on the American left is the recognition that more than policy tweaks will be needed to empower everyday people to participate meaningfully in society and democracy. Working Americans deserve a say in how the country’s vast wealth will be used, and that will be possible only when inequality is reduced, corporate and big-money donors are banished from politics, and lawmakers are truly accountable to the people. It’s not so much to ask. But democratic socialists are the only ones asking.”
The article is glaringly wrong that America doesn’t have a socialist tradition. Socialists of the early 20th century paved the way for social security, pensions, the 8 hour work day, overtime pay, food and drug standards, and Medicare to name just a few accomplishments.
At the heart of the democratic socialist vision flowering on the American left is the recognition that more than policy tweaks will be needed to empower everyday people to participate meaningfully in society and democracy.. A Gallup poll this month found that Democrats are warming up to the idea of….
“Bygone Democratic misdeeds don’t change the fact that Trump’s behavior is hurting America––and that he won’t change until his supporters demand a higher standard. If the GOP base persists in blinding itself to the unethical people who trade on their relationships with the current president, America will continue to be sold out by the very faction that swore it would make it great again.”
Republicans elected a president who promised to take on D.C.—instead, Trump has presided over an extraordinary auction of access and influence.
It’s time to REMOVE THE TRAITOROUS SON OF A BITCH THAT RESIDES IN THE WHITEHOUSE.
The first time I’ve ever agreed with Mike Huckabee.
“Nobody should be in an unelected position for life. If the president who appoints them can only serve eight years, the person they appoint should never serve 40. That has never made sense to me; it defies that sense of public service.” -Mike Huckabee
Anthony Kennedy’s retirement is a reminder that the US is unlike every other democracy in the world.
The report, released in May and presented to the Human Rights Council this week in Geneva, found that 40 million people across the country live in poverty, while 18.5 million live in extreme poverty, and an additional 5 million in conditions of absolute poverty. The special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, Philip Alston, called the U.S. the most unequal country in the developed world.
Just two days after withdrawing from the UN Human Rights Council.