As the Women’s March comes to Washington today they will be joined by other progressive organizations who spent the day Friday lobbying lawmakers on behalf of for “Medicare for All” legislation.
While over half the U.S. population is female, four out of every five members of the U.S. House of Representatives are men.
Given the number of women running for Congress in 2018, that statistic may significantly change when new members of the House take office in January of 2019.
All across the country, people are marching to show the president that they are more motivated than ever to stand up to his dangerous agenda.
Dan Gilroy’s 2017 film Roman J. Israel, Esquire, starring Denzel Washington and still lingering in theaters, has either been critically panned or just plain overlooked.
There is very little, if anything, in the data to give the new administration hope that they have the support of the American people.
President Trump is very upset. According to anonymous White House aides, the women's march gave him bad media coverage, which is preventing him from enjoying the White House like he feels he deserves.
Beck thinks George Soros and radical Islam organized the march. The dead giveaway for Beck must be the pink pussy hats favored by Islamic extremists
After attending President Trump's inauguration and being interviewed on Fox News, an elected New Jersey Republican official asked on his Facebook Page, "Just asking, will the women's protest be over in time for them to cook dinner?"
"All the totalitarian regimes were fueled by whip-ups, okay? And people turned out to the streets, were they spontaneous? No."
The marches across the country manifested the grassroots energy to continue bending the moral arc of the universe towards justice for all people.
"It all starts to smack of an effort to stamp out the very possibility of shared agreement on the...role of the...media or even on reality itself."
The media has dubbed the Trump protests as the "New Tea Party". But this is mainstream America. This is not an extremist faction of the Democratic Party. And therein lies the huge difference between this movement and the Tea Party.
CNN is reporting that there are already more people at the National Mall for the Women's March On Washington than attended Trump's inauguration.