http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/radioactivity/~3/bxD7VhyxfeE/wmnf_161110_110618_radioactivityR1_191.MP3 On Radioactivity Thursday we continued our discussion about Tuesdays’ elections results with John Nichols, national affairs correspondent with The Nation Magazine and author of People Get Ready: The Fight Against a Jobless Economy and a Citizenless Democracy. Nichols spoke on how Trump’s campaign promises appealed to the white working and middle class that helped win him the presidency… Read more »
Photo by DonkeyHotey Just when you thought this election couldn’t get any stranger…..who knows? Not only has this election been brutal on all of us, it is getting brutal on our constitution and the accountability of laws that govern our nation. The founders of our nation came from the autocratic, and at times dictatorial countries. … Read more »
The color pink has been a very popular color this month! And some of you may have been sprinkling extra pink throughout your wardrobe or even your hair in acknowledgement of Breast Cancer awareness month —–an event that has been occurring for over a decade each October.. According to Healthfinder.gov, Breast cancer is the second… Read more »
How many days left? Can you still count? Have you already voted? Unfortunately, although the campaign might end, the work of repairing and rebuilding is just beginning. I have spent the week, you might say, looking through the eyes of non-voters – and People, “It ain’t pretty.” First we will go back to school children,… Read more »
Photo by DonkeyHotey Be careful what you say and do…… People are listening and watching. Children are listening and watching. Teachers in schools from K-12 commonly use our national elections as teaching material. One of the purposes of public education in this country was to prepare children to be citizens in a democracy. Teachers have… Read more »
The death penalty in Florida is in limbo now that the state Supreme Court ruled Friday that a unanimous jury is required to in order to impose capital punishment. Now the state Legislature is expected to attempt to change the law to require a unanimous jury decision for the death penalty. This comes the same week… Read more »
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Arnie Arneson, back by your request and Adele Stan, long-time favorite By Arlene Engelhardt November 8th is coming soon… Are you registered to vote?… Did you along with 84 million others watch the debate Monday night?… Was there a winner? Was there a loser?… Did you see the dynamics of character that you consider essential… Read more »
Have you been following the massive sinkhole – just 30 miles east of Tampa in New Wales? JACLYN LOPEZ, Florida Director, Staff Attorney, Center for Biological Diversity. Jacki thinks Florida may be beginning to wake up to its massive phosphate mining problems. The sinkhole has already caused at least 215 million gallons of contaminated water to… Read more »
To get a little historical perspective on, particularly “Trumpism,” we need to look at the far right. Phyllis Schlafly, who died Monday, was a huge factor in the shape of the present Republican Party. Perhaps the reason her views and her tireless organizing are not more recognized is because she was a woman. Her battles… Read more »