Miscalculations, and an unexpected victory from President Trump, have put abortion access at its most vulnerable point in decades. In a span of six months this year alone, states in the South and Midwest have passed a total of 58 restrictions. The left is on the defensive. Now it’s trying to recover.
The student loan portfolio has swelled over $1.5 trillion. Student loan forgiveness turned into a broken promise many teachers faced when accepting low-paying positions and incurring a debt some feel they were encouraged to undertake. Educators within the last decade are unable to extricate themselves despite adhering to the regulations of the forgiveness program.
We are all in this together. Poor, urban residents aren’t alone in facing hunger. Rural Americans are going hungry, too Just in time for Thanksgiving, the nonprofit Michigan Advance news service reported in November that nearly 14% of Michigan residents, or 1.3 million people, are struggling with food insecurity. Forget a holiday turkey. These people…
Lots of rhetoric online about what happens now that President Donald J. Trump has been impeached. Well, it's a great first step, but impeachment and removal are not the same thing. Check out this cool Infographic we came across which illustrates the process. #equalityingovernment #impeachtrump #impeachment #politics #government #wethepeople See our original post at Facebook