A powerful read.
“We have accomplished so much, & yet we are so short of our full potential, things might just turn around & start going the other direction. We can’t let that happen.
We must escape that future & together discover a better one.”
“…we must escape together.” https://t.co/LDAM0813xR
— Sarah LOrantes (@slorantes) September 9, 2021
I’m back in New Orleans as of last night and I’m also feeling very fortunate that my home was untouched, and has electricity, water, and internet. It also feels very weird to feel like things are so normal when I know things remain far from normal for many of those around me. https://t.co/Zqf0V5joYG
— Scott Santens 🧢🏄♂️ (@scottsantens) September 7, 2021
Let’s go back to the invention of private property and discuss what it’s called when we put a legal fence around Earth’s natural resources and then started forcing those outside the fence to work for those inside it.
UBI restores our freedom by returning our natural inheritance. https://t.co/wIhPzAGGDr
— Scott Santens 🧢🏄♂️ (@scottsantens) September 1, 2021
Definitely around the days surrounding 1/6, the insurrection.
This is beyond incitement with dangerous threats-not just rhetoric by a government official.
They’re trying to incite a coup or a government takeover by force?!
Law enforcement better be prepared.
— ~Reebie~ (@rebecca_boubel) August 31, 2021
The Texas legislature just passed its egregious voter suppression bill.
Meanwhile, voting rights legislation languishes in the Senate because Manchin and Sinema refuse to work around the filibuster.
This is how democracy dies.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) August 31, 2021
Somebody painted this image on an access hole cover in New Orleans on Oak near Joliet. Apparently they’ve done several around town. And I don’t know who they are. The twitter address it shows doesn’t exist. @scottsanten @johnhuynhNOLA @RobertWinfieldT pic.twitter.com/dgOx510WOR
— Karl Widerquist (@KarlWiderquist) August 28, 2021