I’ve wanted to resume posts about my art and fitness, and my wife and I’s normal daily routines esp w/grandchildren ( aging gracefully ), but just hadn’t with the horrific tragedy in Uvalde, itself on the heals of the equally devastating hate massacre in Buffalo, New York.
The only way I can do this now, plus go ahead and start more consistently posting about other things also affecting us greatly, the extreme shortage of baby formula ( and the whys ), climate change ( like the 100s we’re getting in May here in Austin and how it’s already affecting our water supply, and of course the upcoming November mid-term elections that may decide if we’re on the road to stabilizing and improving our democracy – or slipping away into a possible authoritarian, ie, dictator style, way of life — something the United States has never ever completely slipped into ( some may argue we’re under a near CEO-style tyranny ; I think that’s still in the land of could-well-happen but hasn’t quite completely yet ).
Below are tweets and/or links etc referring to those above topics.
I’ll try and notate in the title if there’s a dominant topic.
Right now, it’s still : people murdered…
The tweets below are talking points.
I believe the media should have live debates, regularly – weekly or daily, with representatives of these and opposing and mediating views.
And then we should vote. As a nation. Without impediment to voting, including far away or scarce voting locations as per populations.
At least it’d be a start….
I support passage of The Voting Rights Act 🙏❤️😊Adan
Voting, in our democracy, is the purest form of expression.
Dissenting, affirming, protesting –
– all flow through the form of the ballot, not, the bullet…
Stay well everyone – for oneself, and for those who need us most..the children….
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