AND I WAS THERE. HERE'S WHAT I SAW
It is incumbent upon thinking, freedom-loving people, to protests the trespasses made against others' lives and freedoms immediately. We cannot allow there to be an Auschwitz Bar that must be passed before it's fair to decry inhumanity being carried out in our name.
We are well on the way to a society in which women, upon conception, become nothing more than vessels for the unborn.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her co-sponsors have done what environmental activists and justice workers have been trying to do for at least the twenty years that I've been involved in such issues. They have taken this audacious dream and turned it into a mainstream discussion.
Now we have a new generation of politicians and voters who are not afraid of the "S" Word, and they won't be cowed by conservative clatter about creeping socialism.
There is a huge caravan of refugees on their way to the United States, fleeing social conditions that the United States was instrumental in creating. What is our moral responsibility in preserving the basic human dignity and secure the fundamental human rights of these people? And how do we prepare ourselves for doing just that? This is the real issue, and this is exactly what we are not talking about.