A reflection on SCOTUS’s most recent decision affecting voting rights, and how we move forward.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on a voting rights case out of Arizona. Here’s what happened.
The GOP will rue the day they rammed these Supreme Court justices down our throats. Mark my words.
There are so many major news stories fighting for our attention and activism right now. It’s easy to feel scattershot. The answer is to focus.
What do Republican gerrymandering and the 2020 census have in common? They share the same architect. Yes, this architect worked on these democracy-bending projects for the Republicans in order to be “advantageous to Republicans and Non-Hispanic Whites.” We’ve all guessed… Read More ›
Gerrymandering has long been considered to be anti-democratic and an effective voter suppression tool. Particularly after the 2010 Census and with the Republicans in control of so many state legislatures, gerrymandering happened everywhere. In a true representative democracy, politicians should… Read More ›
Today, I’m going to let the editorial cartoonists speak about this disaster of a Supreme Court nomination. From Clay Jones: From Pat Bagley: From Matt Davies: From Mike Luckovich: ⚡
Tell the Senate NO to Perjuring, Corrupt, Anti-Rule of Law Judge Kavanaugh Your Action Call your Senators at (202) 224-3121 and tell them to vote NO on Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court. Background Everyone knew Brett Kavanaugh was… Read More ›
It kills me that Trump has gotten to pick a second nominee for the Supreme Court in less than two years. No matter how this plays out (and I’ll talk about that) it is really important that our Senators hear… Read More ›
My friend at DemWritePress wrote an thoughtful piece about how to think about the SCOTUS vacancy going forward. I encourage you to read it. This is high-stakes political chess. Mueller, the 2018 elections, the preservation of democracy, and even impeachment are… Read More ›