Donald Trump started touting his Facebook prowess in what was supposed to be a serious question on the safety of our troops in Iraq.
Many live solely on Facebook as their means of communication and interface with others. Democratic Activist Daniel Cohen explains why we must do better.
A Facebook friend and activist laid it out, I imagine after the barrage of negative stories hitting Trump over the last few days.
One hopes these two Facebook posts can assist an introspective Republican or Evangelical Christian caught up in Trumpism to find their way.
How could these restaurateurs believe that they would get away with such a divisive statement? How could they show such disregard for their customers?
A good friend, Coffee Party USA President Debilyn Molineaux wrote a simple Facebook post and then asked for comments.
A former Republican who I respect dearly but from which I did not expect such a public Facebook rant is genuine and requires much examination.
Most want to do good and mitigate those that harm but are paralyzed by fear to act or go out on a limb because we think we are alone.
It’s good strategy to not tick off Facebook. The social network is by far the most influential media broker with access to billions of people.