The United States thus finds itself in a somewhat circular predicament. The protection of voting rights depends on a body that is elected under voting procedures that increasingly curtail the access of minorities to the political process and whose institutional barriers prevent the majority of the voters from having their will heard.
Come November, voters will have a choice between electing an ass-kicker who will fight for them or an ass-kisser who has sold them out to the special interests and billionaires who fund his campaign.
“By the time it was all said and done, Bloomberg had spent over five-hundred million dollars of his own money on his campaign. In only sixteen weeks, Rome was built, and on Super Tuesday, Rome had fallen.”
A year later, revisiting Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation
Congressional inaction on gun reform persists