We get a lot of good commentary from listeners of Politics Done Right. Here are some thoughts from one of our YouTube Posse Members after we were discussing men imposing on women issues.
Neither Congresswoman Cortez nor Senator Markey make claim to being Franciscan, but their vision as laid out in the Green New Deal clearly embraces the values and the vision of our Franciscan life and spirituality.
Let’s start with an ugly yet undeniable truth: Trump was utterly right when he claimed he won the election “by a lot.”
We would be remiss to just look at Donald Trump and the rioters who invaded the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. Trump was
obviously, the match that lit the fire.
The election should install candidates that understand the crises we face and is open to listening to visionary prophetic ideas.
Democrats have themselves to blame for their lack of overall power and the huge red blobs of rural America on political maps. For 60 years, they haven’t been strategic.
“Six weeks ago, I told Naomi Wolf, that Trump can win via a constitutional coup d’état—via the first-ever use of the 12th Amendment. And yesterday, Trump let the cat out of the bag: he expects to invoke the loophole.”
I am a light-skinned Latino. I am not white. Whiteness isn’t just based on skin color. It’s a mindset. A thought process based on the superiority within American and Western European societies. Here’s the deal.
What is psychological voter suppression? It’s when those who want to suppress the vote realize that physical and structural barriers aren’t enough. And …
Changed the world? Really? Martin Luther King was murdered while trying to work WITHIN THE SYSTEM to help Black people. And now ,,,