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Mary Scaletta

Mary Scaletta

  • This is so great! Yay! The statement that gets said over and over again is that the goal is that we beat Trump. Anyone can beat Trump at this point. He barely won last time and now people have seen how bad things are and they are mad. Whoever the nominee is, will easily get the woman vote and the black

    This is so great! Yay! The statement that gets said over and over again is that the goal is that we beat Trump. Anyone can beat Trump at this point. He barely won last time and now people have seen how bad things are and they are mad. Whoever the nominee is, will easily get the woman vote and the black vote this time. Trump will lose in a landslide. Now is the time to go for it, Democrats! We should vote for whoever makes us excited, because the reason why we're excited will get others excited, too. I love how Warren has this way of teaching her policies and making everyone feel smarter for it. That's why my husband and I are happily contributing to and will vote for Elizabeth Warren!

  • Well this explains so much! Hunter Biden forming business ties to China and Ukraine after Joe Biden was tasked to focus on those two countries is a form of corruption in the common-sense sense, but not in the illegal-sense. Sadly it is illegal and considered bribery if done in the U.S., but it hasn't

    Well this explains so much! Hunter Biden forming business ties to China and Ukraine after Joe Biden was tasked to focus on those two countries is a form of corruption in the common-sense sense, but not in the illegal-sense. Sadly it is illegal and considered bribery if done in the U.S., but it hasn't been made illegal — yet — if done outside of the U.S. (And no one seems eager to change that law for some reason.) So Hunter and Joe followed the letter of the law.

    The problem with Trump is that what he did in asking for a favor from a foreign country to investigate a political rival when he was in office and had the ability to hold their decision over them, is both corrupt AND currently illegal.

    And I have to add that I agree and disagree with @Paul O'brien's comment:

    "Yep. Maybe, just maybe, we should stop looking to politicians as saviors and stop pointing the finger at one another or the other party, and instead coalesce Americans around something upon which we could all agree: government is the corrupt."

    It rings of Ronald Reagan's phrase, "In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem, government IS the problem." He then went and dismantled a ton of regulations...

    The problem is that human beings are prone to corruption, especially when given any amount of power. So corruption is prevalent both in government and in businesses in the private sector. The only savior for both is the rule of law and criminal consequences when necessary. So removing regulations is the opposite of what we need to do. We need to shore those up in this case.

  • 5G is going to be honestly horrible for us health-wise. I'm in the middle of watching a docu-series about it and there are many PhD professors speaking about how the effects of 5G radiation could be so bad on our bodies down to the cellular DNA levels.

    To have 5G, it will mean putting antennas up every

    5G is going to be honestly horrible for us health-wise. I'm in the middle of watching a docu-series about it and there are many PhD professors speaking about how the effects of 5G radiation could be so bad on our bodies down to the cellular DNA levels.

    To have 5G, it will mean putting antennas up every 300 yards and 20,000 satellites up in space. The radiation is different than 3 or 4G.The wave lengths are smaller, similar in size to "micro"waves. This isn't just crazy conspiracy theory talk either. Many reputable scientists and healthcare professionals are very concerned about what's going to happen because there hasn't been enough testing done at all and this small wave radiation is going to be raining down on us 24/7 suddenly.

    Fiber is the way to bring 5G responsibly and healthily because the signal is sheathed in the wire. Whole communities have taken stands against wireless 5G and demanded fiber. I'm planning on going to my city council and talking to them about making sure we don't allow this to take over the town without proper testing.

  • Okay, this is just horrid. No more will I buy from Amazon unless it's a dire emergency. Amazon is ruining commerce in many ways such as taking such a big cut away from their independent sellers and sometimes stealing ideas and then marginalizing the independent sellers. But now seeing that they are allowing

    Okay, this is just horrid. No more will I buy from Amazon unless it's a dire emergency. Amazon is ruining commerce in many ways such as taking such a big cut away from their independent sellers and sometimes stealing ideas and then marginalizing the independent sellers. But now seeing that they are allowing abuse of workers and recklessly endangering lives, no more will I use them in general. 😢

  • Aaahhh (me slumping back in my chair finally satisfied). Truth is so fulfilling and so relaxing! Thank you to the writer!

  • I think whoever we vote for in the primaries, both Republicans and Democrats, it should be for people up and down the ballot who agree to abide by and fight for and take seriously the War Powers Act of 1973 — not to mention the constitution — which made it so congress has to consent.

    Those candidates

    I think whoever we vote for in the primaries, both Republicans and Democrats, it should be for people up and down the ballot who agree to abide by and fight for and take seriously the War Powers Act of 1973 — not to mention the constitution — which made it so congress has to consent.

    Those candidates we vote for should also not be war-happy people:

    "Well if it’s naive to want peace instead of war, let them make sure they say I'm naive because I want peace instead of war. If they tell me they want war instead of peace, I don't say they're naive, I say they're stupid! Stupid to an incredible degree to send young people out to kill other young people they don't even know, who never did anybody any harm, never harmed them. That is the current system. I am naive?! That's insane!" — Ben Ferencz, the last remaining Nuremberg prosecutor