It seems there is a new policy being embraced by today’s GOP: if you speak the truth about the 2020 election or January 6, you’ll suffer the consequences.
Allowing them to control the House would be a disaster. It’s bigger than one election. It’s about protecting our democracy.
— Mike Levin (@MikeLevin) May 7, 2021
One way we can get our city moving again is by assessing vacant lots at their true market value rather than at a much lower value – this would spur owners of vacant lots to develop them and generate millions in revenue for the city. Thanks @cmenchaca 👍 https://t.co/AV8aXeq1Ol pic.twitter.com/tgEXqL9xJg
— Andrew Yang🧢🗽🇺🇸 (@AndrewYang) May 6, 2021
Here is what Buckminster Fuller wrote on the subject:https://t.co/mCaLOSEzx9. Bear in mind, 1.3% of employed Americans are farmers or ranchers and they feed all the rest of us. What if we forced them to farm as they did in 1900, who would that benefit? https://t.co/Kp3W2DiN4b
— Gerald Huff Fund For Humanity (@FundForHumanity) May 6, 2021
The power to refuse to work until your conditions are met is called bargaining power. The unemployment insurance boost is providing that power temporarily. Unconditional basic income would provide that power permanently, and unlike UI, would be kept in addition to wages vs. lost. https://t.co/LwGdmcVPB1
— Scott Santens 🧢🏄♂️ (@scottsantens) May 5, 2021
I bought us two of these — one for me, one for hubby.
We were just talking about how cool it would be if we could find t-shirts that said we were vaccinated. Leave it to @MeidasTouch to come up with awesome ones! Now send us some warm weather so we can wear them.
— ✨💙🌎 Debbie in Wisconsin🌎💙✨ 🎉Vaccinated 🎉 (@DebbieWisconsin) May 6, 2021