Category Archive: Politics

The Resistance: Hold On To Your Wallets, One More Time

The Dodd-Frank financial regulatory bill may not be perfect but it is better than nothing. Donald Trump is now planning to gut it because, as he so bluntly put it, his friends can’t get loans “We have some of the bankers here. There’s nobody better to tell me about Dodd-Frank than Jamie, so you’re going …

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The Resistance: More Broken Promises

It is well known that Donald Trump’s pick to head the Department of Health and Human Services, Representative Tom Price (R-GA) wants to essentially abolish Medicare, Social Security and Medicaid. During his campaign and as late as January 11, Trump promised to change the policy that blocks Medicare from negotiate drug prices to reduce costs. …

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When You Really Need To Laugh

Right about now with Donald Trump only into his second week in office, issuing executives orders faster than Usain Blot (thank you, Stephen) and causing confusion, havoc and protests, we need a good laugh. Stephen Colbert took Trump’s first week of mayhem off, but he came back in full form. Then last night, Jon Stewart, …

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Resistance: No Ban, No Fear. We Stand With All Immigrants

Trumps surrogates tried to explain away his executive order banning people from seven countries with majority Muslim populations. Insisting that this was not a Muslim ban former NYC Mayor Rudolph “A noun a verb and 9/11” Giuliani told Fox News commentator Jeanine Piro that Trump asked him to find a way to legally ban Muslims, …

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The Resistance: #ResistTrumpTuesday

The election of a man with multiple personality disorders to be the highest office in the United States, the huge turnout for Woman’s March on Washington and its sister marches has inspired Resist Trump Tuesdays to protest this repugnant man and his anti-democratic policies. This past Tuesday there were over 10,000 people at Senate offices …

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The “New & Improved!” Inspirational DNC Leadership?

The DNC Debate Proved the Democratic Party is a Lost Cause | #DNCdebate The Humanist Report Published on Jan 20, 2017 The Huffington Post’s DNC Chair debate wasn’t too eventful—none of the candidates argued, and there was no vigorous disagreements about anything—but nonetheless, it was still a disheartening event. All of the candidates, including Keith …

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Resistance: Growing Roots – Indivisible

Anyone with a good memory remembers how quickly the Tea Party movement took rose after the election of President Barack Obama. on January 21, the day after the inauguration of a new president, over 100,000 women (and a few good men) will converge on Washington, DC to make their voices heard. This started with just …

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Wading Deeper In The Muck

In the cover of darkness, behind closed doors, the House Republican voted to cripple the Office Congressional Ethics (OCE) by making it accountable to the very people they are charged to investigate. Less than 24 hours before the House convenes and votes on its rules for the 115th Congress, Republicans adopted an amendment Monday night, …

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The Resistance: Michael Moore’s 5 Steps To Take This Week

Tuesday on his facebook page, documentary film maker and activist, Michael Moore outlined five things that we can do this week to combat the coming Trump administration. 5 Things You Can Do Right Now About Donald J. Trump It’s been seven weeks since Hillary beat Trump by nearly 3 million votes but lost the presidency …

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Pondering The Reasons and Sources Of Hacks

What is hacking in the first place? It is the use of a computer to gain unauthorized access to data and systems. Plain and simple, it is espionage, spying. It is illegal. Besides the hacking for personal information to steal credit card and from bank accounts, it is done by countries to spy and disrupt …

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