Eager to give their leader Donald Trump a “win” on passing any significant legislation these Republican Representatives voted not only for an economically disastrous bill, but one that is so morally repugnant as to be evil.
It will be no surprise that when actual numbers and clear policy plans do come they will heavily favor the most affluent and corporate interests over middle class and financially poor Americans.
In a sign of votes to come Justice Neil Gorsuch set aside his regard for human life and cast his vote to deny the stay of execution for death-row inmates in Arkansas.
That this this school shooting went by without any substantive cries to address our nation’s gun culture and safety laws, especially regarding domestic abusers, is another indictment against this impervious predicament.
We must look at the systemic misogyny and sexism in every workplace, not only the horrors made public in one television company.
When the air we breathe and the water we drink are imminently threatened so that corporations can make more money, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are on the line.
Critical cases are on the line and the civil rights of people hang in the balance for the present and long-term future of our country.
An administration that cared about taxpayer dollars would not maliciously cut from the smallest areas of discretionary spending and call it compassionate.
One does not need to be a Nobel Prize winning economist like Paul Krugman to see the achievements of Obamacare and the deathly dangers of Trumpcare.
The Party of Abraham Lincoln is no more and the Trump Russia scandal may not only destroy Donald Trump’s presidency but the entire party.
For the party that talks so much about the value of life they sure put a whole lot of energy into polices that promise to be a slow death sentence
As sea levels rise and storms become more severe and as rates of chronic illness go up due to environmental pollution at least we know who to hold responsible.
From airports to schools and city centers to city streets the people of this country are showing up because they believe in what this country can be.
Like the financial costs to the taxpayers of this country, these human costs will continue to add up, and for anyone with a moral compass these costs are far more concerning and troubling.
Donald Trump in his inauguration speech promised to put America first, but his rhetoric and policies are doing just the opposite.
The marches across the country manifested the grassroots energy to continue bending the moral arc of the universe towards justice for all people.
Illness is indiscriminate and every person must be afforded the care they need when they need it.
It is time for the party of life to live up to their convictions and stop the repeal of the Affordable Care Act and continue to fund Planned Parenthood.
The fight for our democracy and the dignity of all will take the efforts of the global village coming together in defense of the principles and policies that make us strong.
What lesson is the supposed party of family values teaching our country’s children when its leaders put money and power over the good of the country?