Category: Against Racism and Discrimination

Because there is no good reason not to and hundreds of reasons why we need Hillary to be president!

This is amazing and beautiful!  You have stoical old Dems tearing up from this.  Brava Hillary on a positive election campaign rife with high integrity and honesty!  Glad to see that you don’t need to showcase how vile Donald Trump is anymore—even just using his own words.  Trust me: we get it!  We have your…

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Because Hillary’s character comes through in her deeds, as does Trumps

We are just a few days away from Election Day and we have published almost sixty posts explaining why we support Hillary, staying totally on the positive side. Hope you’ll take a look at them.  Meanwhile, for several decades, the Republican Party has been doing everything it can to smear Hillary ever since she stood…

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Because the election is rigged

We hear Donald Trump’s constant whining, now that he has shot himself in the foot about 50 times, that the election is “rigged.”  He doesn’t actually say how it is rigged—just assumes that people will think that the Democrats have found a way to get more voters registered and votes submitted than actual Democrats.  He…

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Because we need to address the sexism plague in our society and Trump is Sex Offender #1

It’s been a really surreal couple of weeks ever since the media got its hands on a video of Donald Trump bragging about his ability to sexually assault women and get away with it. [The video is posted below, it is disturbing and graphic.] This video, while profoundly disgusting both for its crude language and…

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She supports what I support

Here’s a nifty graphic that sums up most all of the important issues that are at stake in this election.  Take a look at this list and decide if you agree or don’t agree with these positions.  The differences between the candidates could not be more stark.  

Because LeBron James does

Cleveland Cavaliers star, LeBron James, arguably the most famous Ohioan, has just announced his endorsement for Hillary Clinton.  In is a beautifully written, heart-felt statement entitled, “Why I’m endorsing Hillary Clinton,” this man who is revered for his athletic prowess and his sportsmanship and who is now dedicating his life and using his own successes…

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An able leader since the ’60s

The first time Hillary was president was when she became class president at Wellesley.  Even in her early twenties in college, Hillary was willing to put herself out in a leadership role, work hard for votes and do a good job listening to both her constituents as well as the established governing bodies. Michael Kruse…

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Why Lilly Ledbetter supports Hillary

Why I’m supporting Hillary Clinton for president. Jan 28, 2016 by Lilly Ledbetter  [Cross-posted from hillaryclinton.com] My story paved the way for the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. Together we can fulfill its promise. When I became an overnight shift manager at the Goodyear plant in 1979, there weren’t many women on the job (and…

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Hillary trumps the field in endorsements

I was reading about some recent articles announcing endorsements of the Hillary campaign:  by the American Federation of Teachers; by Sybrina Fulton, the mother of slain African-American teen Trayvon Martin; by the U.S. Black Chamber of Commerce; and by Planned Parenthood, which is making its first endorsement of a presidential candidate in its 100 year…

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Because Black Lives Matter . . . and Hillary doesn’t need to be told

Trayvon Martin’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, has come out to endorse Hillary Clinton.  Trayvon, an African-American teenager was killed by George Zimmerman while walking down a street. The case brought national attention to the issues of race relations and gun control.  Sybrina wrote an article endorsing Hillary Clinton that was just published in CNN online.  Please…

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Because Gloria Steinem does . . .

Gloria Steinem is presently one of the leading feminist voices in the United States and possibly the most popular and best known feminist thinker in the world.  If you have read her writing or heard her speak, as I have, you know that she doesn’t mince words. She dishes up head-smacking arrangements of words and…

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