Pro-Choice people all across the country are hoping one thing right now: that Supreme Court justice Ginsberg miraculously stays alive for another 50 years.
When Jim Jefferies flipped Piers Morgan off on HBO last night, you could hear Maher’s crowd hooting their approval, but it was Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling who really let Morgan have it on Twitter following the show. She tweeted the episode to her followers, telling Morgan that sucking up to bullies doesn’t work out in the end, and he’d know it if he’d bothered to read her books.
In case you missed my previous post about horse meat in burgers, gun classes for the kiddies, and other BS, be sure to read it at Cageliner. Here are some other mostly-heinous headlines you might have missed.
To quote Sara Sidle from TV’s CSI, “It never ceases to amaze me what we do to each other.” No matter who you are or where you are born, there is always a chance that your human rights and very life could be destroyed as long as the rights of anyone are being trampled. We must stand together as brothers and sisters and call for compassionate, fair and humane treatment of one and all.
Whether it’s clean water, economic rights or unhealthy food, there are plenty of things to be concerned about today. Yes, we can get angry—but it’s more productive to be active. Let’s add our voices together in support—or in opposition—to the following progressive action items.
Act for clean water
The election may be over, but we still have so much work to do. Check out the progressive actions below and take action on the ones that you feel strongly about.
Support American workers
When I first saw Elizabeth Warren on Real Time with Bill Maher, I fell in love with her instantly. Finally, someone in power who truly believed in limiting the powers of corporations! Someone who wanted to treat people like people and corporations like things, not like entities with rights guaranteed in the constitution! I wanted her to be president immediately.
If there’s one thing we should all be fighting for together, it should be our environment. Not to sound sanctimonious here, but this is our home and if we don’t protect it, we’re not going to be able to continue living here as a species.
I get the impression from politics and the media that opponents of relaxed immigration laws seem to demonize the illegals. They steal our jobs. They break the law. They mooch off our government services. They are the enemy.