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We are only two months into this new reality and Republicans have proven they are willing to SHUT DOWN the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and put the safety of ... Continue Reading →
I have a simple question for anyone who identifies as a Republican, especially women.
Aren’t you embarrassed by the GOP????
The following are actual statements and positions taken by Republican politicians dating as far back as 1990.
“Rape is kinda like the weather. If it’s inevitable, relax ... Continue Reading →
Bureau of Land Management (BLM) personnel plan two separate meetings next week in Mesquite (NV) to discuss their Draft Resource Management Plan (RMP) and Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for southern Nevada.
The meetings come one week after officials canceled their discussion of the RMP/EIS in ... Continue Reading →
Once we settled into our new home in Eurovillas, our psychedelic dungeon complete, it was time to strike out on our own and form another band. The Latineers were still gigging, but Wart was a distant memory. I’d still do the occasional one-off thing with the USO or whatever, but Kim and I still ... Continue Reading →
Wait, it’s Saturday. It’s Saturday, gawddammit! What the hell is this live thread doing here today?!
I’ll explain below…
This chapter continues my story of how I came to the world of caregiving. As before, I ask for the reader’s patience as I chronicle this adventure or, misadventure as you may see it to be. I must also apologize again for this indulgence but there is a larger theme at play here which I hope ... Continue Reading →
American unions have a history dating back to the nineteenth century. Unions helped make the lives of workers and their families better, and our country stronger.
- End child labor;
- Establish the eight hour work day and paid overtime;
- Win workers’ compensation benefits for ... Continue Reading →