Why aren't we seeing more mainstream coverage of this? Terrifying.
The official position of the Oregon Republican Party is that it supports a violent confrontation between a right wing terrorism group and state police because they are afraid to vote on a climate bill.
For those who don't know, Ravelry is _the_ online community for fiber nerds. This is huge.
We are banning support of Donald Trump and his administration on Ravelry. We cannot provide a space that is inclusive of all and also allow support for open white supremacy. More details: https://ravelry.com/content/no-trump
Do we have something like a #hugops, but for "reorgs" and "restructurings"?
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How any of these people think a single person on that throne ruling everything is manageable is beyond me but WHAT DO I KNOW my country legislates the bodies of like half of our population and ensures people go into debt if they get sick.
I reject the idea that wanting everyone to have acceptable healthcare is somehow "becoming radicalized".
We should be asking instead what happened to those to not want universal healthcare. What kind of trauma damaged their ability to empathize?
When did you become radicalized by the U.S. health care non-system?
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