If I see what a sociopath he is, surely enough other Americans see it to fire him in November.[continue reading...]
UNACCEPTABLE! Repeating it like a Robot Five times and not meaning it once! Our representative can’t treat us as imbeciles. They make a lot of money, and their duty is to us. I feel extremely insulted at this GOP trend. Who is going to vote for this guy? Really?
The wealthiest Americans, including Kansans such as Charles Koch, use ALEC, the Kansas Policy Institute and a myriad of other organizations to promote the legislation to defund our schools. The idea is to diminish the capacity of the public school system to adequately educate our children, creating a higher demand for the private school industry. Governors and state legislators across the nation are working with ALEC to gut public education.
In the 1960s, nine out of every 10 products Americans bought for the holidays were made in America. Today easily more than half of what we buy is foreign-made. Buy American, Make a Diference!
The process of fracking means injecting millions of gallons of water, chemicals and sand into shale rock formations at high pressures to break open the rock and release the gas. Why are our elected officials allowing fracking in our communities? Why are we electing these people? Get involved, make a difference!
Originally posted to Joan McCarter on Wed Apr 22, 2015 at 12:17 PM PDT. Also republished by Daily Kos. The Koch brothers’ takeover of the Republican Party is very nearly complete, and if they have their way, it will be by the end of 2016. They’ve anointed the five presidential candidates that are their finalists
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ECO WATCH By Cole Mellino: Robert Swan is a “polar explorer, environmentalist and the first man ever to walk unsupported to both the North and South Poles,” according to his site 2041. Swan walked to the South Pole in 1984 and the North Pole in 1989. Since then, he has traveled to Antarctica 35 times.
By Michael Grabell, ProPublica, and Howard Berkes, NPR March 4, 2015 Over the past decade, states have slashed workers’ compensation benefits, denying injured workers help when they need it most and shifting the costs of workplace accidents to taxpayers. Dennis Whedbee’s crew was rushing to prepare an oil well for pumping on the Sweet Grass