More than half of Trump voters either don’t believe or aren’t sure about what is already known and accepted fact. How do we even begin to communicate with people who can’t agree on what is obviously right in front of their faces?
Just make Capitol Hill a tourist attraction. The entire point of Capitol Hill was that in the 1800s there was no way to communicate other than if everyone was in the same building.
“Twenty first graders and six teachers dead; nobody does a thing. 173 mass shootings within 163 days of it being 2016; not a word and now this, the worst mass shooting on American soil in American history and what will we do in response? Nothing.”
“Many like him believe that an unborn baby is a person and should be granted rights from the moment of conception.”
There is a great and growing segment of the population who are prioritizing their easy access to guns over solving this monumental problem of terror.
The fear of terrorism does not excuse America’s moral obligation and role as a global leader to take in more Syrian refugees. In order for other countries to do more, the United States needs to help lead in resettling refugees.
“A good political leader is one who initiates processes rather than possessing space.” – Pope Francis
South Carolina was arguably the most vocal and vehemently against leaving slaves out of the census. Along with the other southern slave states, South Carolina argued that the slaves on their land were their property.
For all those complaining that Paul’s just grandstanding because he’s running for President? So what? For today the man is a champion of the concerns of Americans and nothing else matters.
If you’re unaware of current Congressional happenings, and therefore the speech to which I’m referring in the title of this article, there’s a good chance that you’re one of what is likely a majority of Americans.