What does the 2020 election in the United States tell us, or remind us, about the state of democracy in America? A follow-up to our Season 4 series on democracy, The Land That Never Has…
NEW: Most Americans want to end lifetime Supreme Court appointments for justices https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/supreme-court/most-americans-want-end-lifetime-supreme-court-appointments-justices-n1264423
It STAYED broke
The wind didn't stand a fucking chance.
At the end of the day, this is about the accumulation and hoarding of wealth and power.
Racism provides fuel for a machine that needs bodies in order to function.
So yes, as @PainterNell told us (don't miss the episode title), the fetishization of an Anglo-Saxon national identity has been a staple of American white supremacy from Day 1.
How’s that consensus coming? That policing has entirely discredited itself, many times over, and must be uprooted and replaced with a fundamentally different system that provides and promotes public safety. Are we there yet?
Vallejo, CA: Vallejo PD officer David McLaughlin leaves a suspect he has detained at gunpoint and trespasses onto Adrian Burrell's property to arrest him for recording from his porch
Burrell got a concussion
22 January 2019