I’m not saying Trump is Hitler: Hitler volunteered for the army.
“Dada loves Trump, Trump loves Dada (wink, wink)”
North Carolina Is Ordered to Redraw Its Congressional Map: An absolutely massive win for Democracy that will have serious repercussions as the GOP was arguing partisan gerrymandering was okay using NC as their example…
Republicans are divided over Roy Moore’s loss in Alabama on Tuesday, which narrows the GOP’s Senate majority. Republicans in the House and Senate reach deal on tax bill, will vote on the measure next week. A judge dismissed “inciting a riot…
THIS ISH IS HISTORIC!!!!
The states shown in light red had voting restrictions in place for the 2012 election. Those in darker red had restrictions in place for the 2016 election. States shown in the darkest red have put voting restrictions in place since last November’s elect…
Trump’s obsession with Hillary Clinton should scare everyone: A more eloquent expression of what I’ve long thought/feared (I recommend reading the whole article, but here’s the gist): “During his presidency, Barack Obama was under considerable pressure…
101 Reasons It’s Damn Good to Be a Woman in 2017
Michelle Obama opened up about the racism she endured as first lady. It’s heartbreaking.
Inside Hillary Clinton’s Secret Takeover of the DNC: The North Wind is coming…Donna Brazil, who served as the interim chairperson for the Democratic National Committee starting in July 2016, has written a bombshell piece for Politico claiming that she …
Each chamber of Congress will take a 1-week recess during the month of October — The House from Oct. 9-13 and the Senate from Oct. 16-20. This time is allotted for Members of Congress to work and engage with constituents in the states and districts they represent. It is also the perfect time for them to hold public town halls and hear the concerns of their constituents live and in person.
With only a couple months left in this legislative session, there are many urgent and high stakes issues Congress must address. Republican lawmakers are now working on ‘tax reform’ which will provide tax cuts to corporation and wealthy Americans by gutting the budgets for vital programs such as Medicaid and Medicare. The country has also faced a myriad of travesties which must be adequately rectified by swift legislative action, namely the humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico & USVI as well as the mass shooting in Las Vegas. And not a week goes by where we don’t learn something new and concerning about the Trump campaign’s relationship with the Russian government. Call you reps today and activate.
Script: Hi, I’m [NAME], a constituent from [CITY, ZIP]. I’m calling to ask if Representative [NAME] is planning to have any town halls during the October recess?
[IF YES] I’d like to RSVP. May I please have the details?
[IF NO] Then I’d like to request that Representative [NAME] schedule one. There are many pressing matters we constituents should be able to voice our opinion on face to face.
After back-to-back hurricanes, fellow Americans are in immediate, desperate need of federal diaster relief. Senator Elizabeth Warren and other Democratic leaders have signed a letter calling for an immediate appropriations bill to provide for relief in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Let’s give their request a signal boost! Make some noise on the phones and ask the House and Senate to immediately pass a spending bill. Suggested script below:
Hi, I’m [NAME], a constituent from [CITY, ZIP]. I’m extremely concerned about my fellow Americans in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. I’m calling to ask Senator/Representative [NAME] to answer Senator Elizabeth Warren’s call to consider an immediate appropriations bill to provide disaster relief. We need to make sure we provide adequately for a FEMA Disaster Relief Fund as well as Community Block Grants for disaster recovery! We can’t continue to let more than 3.5 million Americans suffer in apocalyptic conditions, without water, food, medical treatment, and power. Thanks for taking my call.
26 Perfect Obama And Biden Memes From A Much Simpler Time: I miss them.