Do you know how many young people have turned 18 since the last presidential election? 8 million. There’s a really good chance you know at least one of them. So your challenge, should you accept it, is to reach out… Read More ›
The Week’s Best Cartoons 9/17
Just a short collection this week. Enjoy!
Did You See All This Good News?
There were some seriously great wins for the White House and the Democrats this week, not to mention some great accountability for some truly terrible people. Hope you enjoy the list this week! The White House helped railway companies and… Read More ›
Let’s Flip the Senate Seat in Ohio!
We have a great opportunity to flip a few Senate seats this November to give the Democrats a proper majority (and blunt the influence of Joe Manchin), and the Ohio Senate seat deserves our attention. Let’s do a quick run… Read More ›
The Week’s Best Cartoons 9/10
Here in the U.S., our news was dominated by Bannon turning himself in and other MAGA acting like dangerous dorks, whereas the U.K. dealt with the loss of their longest reigning monarch. Bannon Turns Himself In MAGA Hypocrisy Trump’s Judge… Read More ›
Check Out This Week’s Good News!
I can always find good news to share with you, but I have to say, there are some really delicious things this week. Enjoy! The Michigan Supreme Court ruled that a proposed state constitutional amendment that would protect abortion rights… Read More ›
An Easy Way to Pay Homage to the First Labor Day Protestors
Labor Day started as a protest. The first Labor Day was on September 5, 1882 when over 10,000 workers left their work to march in New York City. This was when Americans had 12-hour days and worked six, if not… Read More ›
The Week’s Best Cartoons 9/3
I hope you enjoy this collection of the best editorial cartoons I saw this week. GOP Reacts to Biden’s Speech Trump & Friends And Other News
The Week’s Best Cartoons 8/27
I know I’ve been feeling the momentum from the Democrats, and the utter sputtering of the Republicans, about, well, everything. And these feelings are perfectly reflected in the cartoons I found by our favorite editorial cartoonists.
It’s Friday! Ready For the Good News?
You know the drill! I’ve been collecting good news items all week, and while you’ve undoubtably seen some of these, I bet you haven’t seen them all! A proposal to enshrine abortion rights in the Michigan Constitution gathered enough valid… Read More ›
How To Inspire People With the Rule of One
Have you ever inspired someone to take action? When, after listening to you, they picked up the phone and called their senator’s office or connected with a campaign to start getting out the vote. It’s a great feeling. With the… Read More ›
Can Good Polls Depress Activism? Yes, They Can
You’ve no doubt seen some news about how the Democrats are looking really good in the polls (particularly for Senate races). But good news can bring danger. To be honest, I LOVE hearing information like that. But here’s the thing…. Read More ›
The Week’s Best Cartoons 8/20
I was especially happy to see a handful of cartoonists pick up on something this week that I was sensing — namely, that the national narrative was turning around (for the better) for President Biden. Here’s those cartoons, and so… Read More ›
An Avalanche of News That Will Make You Smile
This whole week I kept wondering how I was going to keep track of all the great news that came down the pike. For those of you who might be new here, what I consider to be good news is… Read More ›
1 Crucial Way You Can Help Protect Voting Rights
Voter suppression comes in many forms, but we as individuals aren’t always in a position to do much about it. Unless, of course, you’re a poll worker. As Teri Kanefield said on Twitter earlier this week, “Good poll workers help… Read More ›
What Happens Now After the FBI Seized Sensitive Docs from Mar-a-Lago?
I’ll admit it was extremely gratifying to see the Department of Justice go after Trump last week. We’ve seen his disregard for the rule of law from the very start but we finally saw the glimpse of what might actually… Read More ›
The Week’s Best Cartoons: FBI Seize Sensitive Docs from Mar-a-Lago
The week started off with a big win for Joe Biden (the passing of the Inflation Reduction Act) and ended with the bombshell that the FBI seized a trove of extremely sensitive documents from Trump’s residence at Mar-a-Lago. Here’s how… Read More ›
Another Week Full of Good News to Celebrate
I figured after the incredible amount of good news that we had last week, this week might be a bit quieter, and well… Let’s just say it wasn’t quieter! Here’s some great news to share! Attorney General Merrick Garland confirmed… Read More ›
How to Convince People to Vote in 2022
Whenever I ask my readers or social media followers what they’d like to learn more about when it comes to electoral politics, I often get the question, “How can I convince people to vote?” I’ve pulled the following information mostly… Read More ›
The Dems Deliver Yet Again
You know, at the start of this 117th Congress, not many people thought that the Democrats could get much done with a 50-50 split Senate and a Republican caucus hellbent on obstructing them. Yet here we are, having watched the… Read More ›