Tag Archives: Medicare

Boundaries And Actions

Like most progressives Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema is not my favorite senator. If I decided to rank the current members of the upper chamber, she might have a difficult time making my top 50 (there are only 50 Democrats). An incident where protestors followed her into an Arizona State University lavatory while filming their actions is the catalyst for this article, but it goes much deeper.

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A Progressive Replacement Plan

The right wing likes to throw around a couple of terms lately to make themselves feel smart. To use President Biden’s word, in reality they are malarkey. One of them is The Replacement Theory.

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Has An Idea Finally Met Its Time?

The concept of a national guaranteed minimum income has been around for some time. It gained a lot of popularity in conjunction with Andrew Yang’s 2020 Democratic presidential campaign. Like most I have for a long time dismissed it as too far out. I’m having some second thoughts.

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Needed More Than Ever

After reading the title of today’s article the natural question to have is: What is needed more than ever? I’ll answer that in the last paragraph if you haven’t figured it out by then. Let’s explore. Continue reading Needed More Than Ever

I Wasn’t Surprised

News of “mysterious” hysterectomies at an ICE detention center came out over the last few days. That is horrible! However, after having lived in Trump’s America for nearly four years now I wasn’t surprised. That is concerning! Let’s explore. Continue reading I Wasn’t Surprised