Requiem for Roe v. Wade

The shoe has DROPPED and now so should the curtain on the facade of the "Hope and Change" Administration. We got the "Change", but little "Hope". And for those who feel I am taking an unfair swipe at the Democrats, please read on while I share a piece of history: Barak Obama in a speech to Planned Parenthood (July 17, 2007, and reiterated in the 2008 presidential campaign)) said, "The first thing I will do as President is to sign the Freedom of Choice Act". In his first 100 days press conference in March 2009 with a Democratic super-majority control of the Senate and an 80+ majority in the House, when asked about Roe v Wade said: "The Freedom of Choice Act is not a high priority of my legislative agenda." Thank the "liberal icon" and the Joe Biden "kingmaker of the Democratic Party. This is what the Democratic Party has offered the people. No effort. No fight. and now No Choice. Continue reading

Poor People’s Campaign

...drew thousands to DC on June 18th to demand a Third Reconstruction Act Activists from Massachusetts joined a mass rally on June 18th in Washington. The theme recalls Martin Luther King's Poor People's Campaign and March on Washington in 1968 to gain economic justice for poor people in the United States. Continue reading

Death of Democracy by a Thousand Cuts (part 2)

Recently, the Biden Administration has stepped up its censorship activities. Perhaps the clearest evidence that our government promotes disinformation that perpetuates war and deceives the people, is the creation of a “Disinformation Governance Board” on April 27. Homeland Security Secretary Majorkas called it a “working group.” Nevertheless, after strident opposition from both the left and the right, the Department “paused” the DGB. Just “pausing” it does not diminish the intent of the government to control information. Continue reading

Crocodile Tears Over Uvalde

Despite the many condolences and tears over the Uvalde disaster, remarkably few have questioned the public’s role in enabling the 18-year-old Salvador Ramos’ massacre of 21 people. His crime comes on the heels of 230 other mass shootings this year alone. Why do we, the public, not demand changes to prevent the next mass murder? One excuse: it's complicated. Continue reading

Campaign News

Have you ever asked someone for their autograph? If the answer is “yes,” then you have all the skills necessary to participate in the vital activity of signature gathering. We need a lot of autographs. Continue reading