The following could be called “a Facebook conversation.” It happened on a closed group, so I won’t name names. For some reason, Facebook wouldn’t let me post it, saying, “Sorry, there’s a temporary problem with this post. Please try again in a few moments.” I’m posting it here so that my discussion partner and others … More Today is also on those who “couldn’t vote for her.” A Facebook conversation.
John McCain? John Kasich? Lindsey Graham? Now, Peggy Noonan? Peggy-fucking Noonan? Now she’s being lauded for her WSJ piece as some sort of voice of reason because she found some modicum of self-serving political courage to criticize Trump and the GOP??? Oh, she’s so brave. (Side note: For those who don’t know her, Noonan’s claim … More Hey, #liberals and #progressives, Republicans are not our allies. Stop playing the fool.
Pissed off about what’s happening in Washington? Your state capitol? Your own backyard? If there’s one thing we should have learned in 2016, it’s that primaries matter. Get out and vote in your local elections. http://elections.mytimetovote.com/dates/pennsylvania.html
Proud to have been in DC this Earth Day. Pics are on flikr here.
Bernie Sanders has a podcast. I just discovered it today, and I listened to it as I was leaving D.C. after this weekend’s March for Science. Adam Ragusea isn’t a fan. I agree with him and his opinion article, “Bernie Sanders’ New Podcast Is a Hit on iTunes. Also, It’s Awful,” that it isn’t very … More Advice to Bernie: Forget podcasting and stick to leading the progressive movement