Category Archives: The Progressive Movement

Pete Buttigieg on Abortion

July 2019 Let’s take a moment to appreciate Mayor Pete’s unequivocal answer to this tired old misogynistic political football trope (from the first 2020 Democratic Debate): Pete Buttigieg with the only acceptable answer RE: “late term abortions:” Buttigieg: I think … Continue reading

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What It Actually Means to Be Liberal

July 2019 And I quote: “I’m a liberal….. but that doesn’t mean what a lot of people apparently think it does. Let’s break it down, shall we? Because quite frankly, I’m getting a little tired of being told what I … Continue reading

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Cruelty is the Point and Racism is the Means

Tuesday, July 17th 2019 Um, actually: And by the way: Yes, the issues are commingled. And the White House Occupant’s racism has *improved* his ratings. Sometimes he’s not as big a fucking moron as he seems. Maybe he’s not stupid. … Continue reading

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Facets of Fascism

Monday, July 15th 2019 I must confess, I am so genuinely confused. I pursue information and think about what’s going on in this country and planet all the time. And I want to practice nuance, clarity, precision, insight, compassion and … Continue reading

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Happy ICE Day, America

Sunday, the Lord’s Day, July 14th 2019   On this day –in which the regrettable White House Occupant tweets at American minority Congresswomen to “go back to where they came from” on his way to GOLF in Virginia,  ICE RAIDS are … Continue reading

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Minnesota Pops – July 2019

July 5th-9th 2019   _______________❤️ DAY ONE (Friday): Into the Club. ❤️_______________   2019-07-05 MN day ONE [0:50]:                           ______❤️❤️ DAY TWO (Saturday): Club Life, and Uncle Chris._____ … Continue reading

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Politics with Pops and Chris

Tuesday, July 9th 2019   AT RISE: Paul and the kids have left Jennifer, Pops and Chris in Pops’ office to finish their heated political debate about –among other things– the crazy idea of Healthcare-for-All  in the 2020 presidential campaigns. … Continue reading

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