Reading Time: 4 minutesOPINION One of the most edifying aspects of the recent impeachment process has been the sheer, magnificent variety of Republican approaches to denying reality and avoiding accountability, for themselves and their president. Putting aside the creativity, the bottom line is that not a single Republican made a compelling or coherent case for acquitting the president.
In this video, Luke and Jason of WeAreChange break down election day in this country. Is this midterm election the most important ever or is this just more media hype?
Some days it seems, at least from reading the mainstream news or cable television, that all millennials are voting for Democrats, or that college-educated kids are all going to be part of the “blue wave.” In fact, there is a whole cadre of young Republicans and conservatives populating college campuses, who see themselves as the post-Trump future of the Republican Party.Journalist Eliza Gray recently went looking for the heart and soul of young conservatism as part of a
We Are Change In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on CNN taking down our indie media organization. Luke also takes a look at Donald Trump’s state of the union, Joe Kennedy III response, the FISA memo that the DOJ and FBI do not want to be released as Republicans will vote on it, plus a lot more.
We Are Change In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on Trump’s tax reform, that just passed by the GOP Republicans which signaled a Trump year end victory. With At&t announcing bonuses, many are celebrating and some are not, saying individual taxpayers will get screwed for the 1%.
Who the heck understands the tax bill? Maybe the lobbyists who wrote the legislation but certainly not the members of Congress who will vote on it. The dirty little secret of that body is they are usually too busy raising money or appearing on TV to actually read. Especially when the thing they’re supposed to vote on changes more often than the White House staff roster and is more than 500 pages long.So we thought we’d pass on a few of the more interesting insights and outrages that punctuated the great tax cut debate of 2017.
Americans are bombarded with polls. It seems that we need to know how everybody feels about everything — possibly so that we know what to believe if we want to be like the majority. Every now and then, however, a nugget of true insight finds its way into such a poll.
Welcome to our third experimental episode of Probable Cause. I want to thank all of you who joined our interactive discussion in our previous two episodes. For this episode I am going to share with you my responses to the questions posed during our first episode: Do you believe we will have some sort of revolution here in the United States in the near future? If so, in your opinion, where will it come from? Which segment of our population do you see likely to revolt?
Welcome to our second experimental episode of Probable Cause.
Welcome to our first experimental episode of Probable Cause. Our first few podcast episodes will explore different ideas and formats in order to determine how we can make this new podcast series interactive and spontaneous.