It’s a day to celebrate the rarest of political leaders. It’s a day to honor a once-in-your-lifetime American politician. Today, September 8th, is Bernie Sanders’ birthday.
Tag Archives: Bernie Sanders
Sanders vs. Media Softball Game — Tonight!
Dont miss Bernie Sanders and his Team take on the press media corp at Field of Dreams Ball Park tonight.
People Power – Friday’s Update
Friday, May 31, 2019 Citizen Power at Your Fingertips With today’s technology and applications, we have Citizen Power at our fingertips 24/7. Check out the new post: Poke Your Reps 100 Different Ways. It’s a compilation of various ways, old and new, to communicate with elected officials — in order to tell them what YOUContinue reading “People Power – Friday’s Update”
Revolutionary Progressive Candidates 2020: Medicare 4 All & No Corp Money!
Full-bodied information & learning resource covering American Progressive Movement and 2020 Progressive Candidates, nationwide. Not too preachy or emotional. No selling. Slight Bernie-bias. A calling – managed by angry elder woman who still owes on her student debt.
Election Update from a Mentally & Morally Challenged Florida
2018 Election results confirm that half the population of Florida is mentally and morally challenged…
Digital-Only ‘Medicare for All’ National Town Hall Meeting a Milestone in News Delivery
Here’s the most “amazing and fantastic” aspect of Bernie Sanders’ first-ever, digital-only national town hall meeting: Mainstream news networks were uninterested in broadcasting it…
Bernie Goes to the Vatican
A short story by JoAnn Chateau… humor, dogs, a tiny bit of politics… Gus’s next door neighbor, Lacey Cooper, dropped Chester off early that morning, before light. Not only did she have the dog in tow, her arms had been laden with dog paraphernalia: toys, food and water bowls, an old towel, zip-lock bags ofContinue reading “Bernie Goes to the Vatican”
Bernie and the Little Bird
A short story by JoAnn Chateau… humor, dogs, a tiny bit of politics… Augustine Ambrosi, known to most simply as Gus, was tall, lean and muscular. Yet he lumbered to his living room recliner. It was a wonder he could walk at all. No knee caps. The TV was on. MSNBC. Not so Progressive anymore, he reflected. ButContinue reading “Bernie and the Little Bird”