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There are bills languishing in Congress RIGHT NOW! Call #MassacreMitch and remind him that we were supposed to have a conversation about gun safety legislation LAST SEPTEMBER!
I list three senate and four house bills that need support in order to move on to becoming laws. I give you the means of contacting your MoC, descriptions of the bills, links for more information, and a script to use.
Call today. Call often.
In the wake of the latest school shooting — did I mention that in the 19 weeks of 2018, we’ve had almost one school shooting a week with 16 having occurred? — we’ve had the usual litany of responses: Hearts and prayers and thoughts and wishes, Warm condolences […]
We’ve had yet another school shooting. If they seem to be piling up, that’s because they are. If it seems depressing and dreary to go through these same emotions and arguments week after fucked up week, that’s because it is. So, there are two things that I want […]
It is so very clear that we are blundering toward fascism in the US. We are staggering past authoritarianism and turning the corner toward fascism. The Repbues and the Ol’ Pussy Grabber’s goals track with those of all of the fascists before them.
Collective intelligence has helped human kind solve every problem we have faced. It can help us solve gun violence, but we keep shooting ourselves in the foot.
America is unique in its gun violence. Could we be encouraging gun violence without even realizing? Social Learning Theory says we are teaching each other to be violent with guns.
The self-destructiveness of white conservative middle class Republican voters is staggering. Can they ever be dissuaded? Why do they do it? All of my many articles addressing this baffling phenomenon gathered under one convenient heading.
The massacre in Orlando, the anniversary of Newtown, the sit-in on the floor of the House: why does the pro-gun lobby have such a strangle hold on government? Science can explain it and recommend some actions to take.
In response to criticism directed at Pres. Obama for suggesting that BLM activists should be willing to compromise, I take us through minority influence and apply the principles to several current social movements.