Opinion: Will “Enough Is Enough” Politics Eclipse Dems’ Futile Hopes for Bi-Partisanship?

“Folks [are] supposed to have common sense.”

These are the now well-known words of Alabama’s Republican Governor Kay Ivey when she called out those hesitant or downright resistant to getting vaccinated, declaring that “it’s time to start blaming the unvaccinated folks, not the regular folks. It’s the unvaccinated folks that are letting us down.” read more

After Paradise Turns Into Hell, Town Vows to Rebuild

The inconceivable death toll in Paradise, California’s Camp Fire increased to 63 on Thursday, while an additional 631 people remained unaccounted for, according to county officials.

“Camp fire death toll climbs to 63, number of missing jumps to 631.” 

According to the Los Angeles Times,

people in the community have vowed to rebuild. read more

CEO Blames ‘Climate Change’ for Her Company’s $17 Billion in Fire Damages

In late July and August, wildfires destroyed an area much bigger than New York City in northern California, causing over 100 homes to go up in smoke and ashes. And this was just one of many devastating blazes that have killed at least 56 people in the Golden State.

State officials don’t know what caused most of the fires, but officers of the region’s electric utility, PG&E Corp.

say they know what is to blame: climate change. read more

Republicans React to Climate Change Report With Denial and Hatred

When the White House released a regularly-scheduled scientific report awash in empirical data that climate change is a real and present man-made danger, it was little surprise that the Republican and Koch brothers' media outlet Fox News disparaged the report as a distraction from Fox and Republicans' debunked Benghazi distraction.