The left’s response to Trump’s Supreme Court nominee portrays him as a lifelong dictator, bent on destroying America.
Let us not ‘agree to disagree.’ This is not something we can disagree with.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.” ~The Preamble of the Declaration of Peace
Despite all our problems and differences, the United States of America is still the greatest nation on the planet.
“We must reject not only the stereotypes that others have of us but also those that we have of ourselves.” ~Shirley Chisholm (U.S. Congresswoman and Presidential Candidate)
A one-sided Supreme Court, in either direction, could be dangerous for the nation.
It might just work. One can hope.
Since Trump’s election, gun purchases by White men have plummeted, while sales to African-Americans, gays and lesbians are way up.
Continued economic uncertainty, sweeping social changes, and a desire for greater control over their lives has many Americans searching for a “genie”
In 2018, Democrats and Republicans should commit to bipartisan cooperation, not self-defeating war.
Both countries are becoming “hooked” on a deadly cycle of economic depression, drug addiction, and violence.
Trotting out another neo-liberal feminist with deep ties to Wall Street won’t unify Democrats in 2020.
It’s not elitist, Republican policy that’s destroying the economy and taking wealth from the hands of the poor while creating the illusion of a meritocracy. Nope, it’s them over there.
Legislative victories on tax reform and immigration, and reports that ISIS is on the run, has the White House gaining fresh momentum.