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This is the argument we will hear from the left moving forward—hope and change dwindled down to hopeless changes. Even though the government is too big to fail, you are not. You are expendable.
If we want to survive as a culture, public education must succeed. It’s time for a change, and Conservatives want cities to embrace true progress, and end ancient liberalism, not public education.
Politics is local. Or, at least it should be. This is why we do not get along anymore. We want different things from the law, from our leaders, from our government, and from each other.
Social media has changed our world as we know it, and we are now active, democratic forces in a changing world.
The biggest encouragement working with people is pointing out to them that we are the only campaign that has motivated enough people from around the country to actually be able to stop by their home
58 degree days gave way to wind chills in the low twenties within 12 hours, forcing hundreds of Texans scurrying for hotel lobbies like armadillos on a freeway.
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