In this post: Ossoff’s loss in Georgia and the missing 40,000 voting records, info on Ranked Choice Voting in Santa Fe, which comes to the City Council June 28, and the June 30 unveiling of the Wall of Love.
This post examines Corbyn’s abrupt transformation from “unelectable terrorist sympathizer” to most likely to follow May as Prime Minister. The post also includes excerpts from a fascinating Truthout article on how a post-capitalist world could evolve. Good stuff.
This post is full of good news of the winds shifting in cities and states across the nation, and even in Brexit England. Also, the Democratic Party of NM’s Platform Committee begins meeting next week. At the end of this post please indicate the one policy that you insist is in the DPNM platform. We’ll…
D.C. is a mess; our State government is almost as bad. But what if we could create true equity at home, here in Santa Fe? Let’s create the kind of city that works for everyone, that achieves true social and economic justice. Chainbreaker’s Equity Summer begins later this month. Join us in supporting their campaign.
The CBO estimates that the ACHA would sever 23 million Americans from healthcare. Trump’s budget would cut $274B out of anti-poverty programs and $1.4 TRILLION from Medicaid, the program he promised not to touch. This post analyzes the cuts and describes obscene levels of corporate welfare.
This post covers what our exit from the Accords means to us internationally; what it means to our planet; what cities and states can do; what an indigenous alliance is doing, and just how advanced climate change may be. There are effective strategies emerging to an increasingly frightening challenge.
Health Security Act meetings, community organizing and effective political communication and a book club on gentrification and a tremendous one-hour interview with Mark Diaz Truman, one of the trainers for our June 10 training. The interview was taped Monday and it is very interesting and a great preview for the training.
Past posts have highlighted data describing two cities in Santa Fe. This post suggests the need for a systemic approach to create sustainable equity in Santa Fe. And at the end, Land of the Free, Home of the Poor, a PBS video underscores the scope of inequity in America.
This post reviews Trump’s petulant trip to Europe, the reaction of European leaders and now word that Trump plans to fully isolate the US and exit the Paris Accord. Also, a Democracy Now report with an interview that points to signs of advancing tyranny and how we need to face it down. Now. Finally, details on…
Today’s post clarifies the purpose of the June 10 training, as many have written it sounds very interesting, but they don’t want to canvass. We also provide info about one last time to participate in the Wall of Love, and close with an extraordinary, inspiring video.
For months Roxanne has pleaded, “write it shorter.” No one has the time to read it. Sometimes, it takes awhile to sink in, but posts of 1,500 – 2,500 words are done, a commitment to no more than 650 words starts now. Today’s post? An upbeat note on…