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When You Rest on Your Laurels, You Become a Stationary Target

The defeat of the Republican-sponsored American Health Care Act (AHCA) was a great victory for the people.  Thanks go to the organizing leaders at, in alpha order: ACLU/, Grassroots Alexandria, Indivisible (and its many local arms),, Women’s March, plus the many other national and local groups whose names I don’t even know and, of course, to the individuals who called, wrote, marched, protested, demonstrated and rallied against the atrocity of the AHCA. 673 more words


One of the best books on thinking I have read in quite a while. Read why!

Why is this is such a good  best books on thinking ?  The answer is because  it tackles issues or flaws that we all deal with whether we think about it or not AND it provides logical ways to address them through exercises and examples. 532 more words

People Power

ACLU is launching a new campaign called People Power. Here’s what they’re about:

People Power is, at its core, a grassroots member-mobilization project. Through People Power, the ACLU will engage volunteers across the country to take action when Trump or his administration attempt to enact unconstitutional policies or trample on people’s constitutional rights.

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Letter written from SMWeCGEC to Theresa May, UK Prime Minister

(dated 22/02/17)

Response received from the Office of the UK Prime Minister

(dated 2nd March 2017, received on 8th March 2017) 1,214 more words

ACLU ramping up for the future skirmishes

U.S. civil liberties group ACLU seeks to tap anti-Trump energy

 Joseph Ax

The American Civil Liberties Union is launching what it bills as the first grassroots mobilization effort in its nearly 100-year history, as it seeks to harness a surge of energy among left-leaning activists since the November election of Republican Donald Trump as U.S. 487 more words

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Site Update: ACLU Resources & the People Power Resistance Training

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ACLU’s mobile app: iPhone and Android (check respective app stores – it’s free!). 201 more words

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