I interviewed John Garcia, a Venezuelan activist and past friend of Juan Guaido, the illegitimate recognized president by many Western countries. He has a different truth for Progressives.
An interview with an anti-Chavismo citizen of Venezuela made me do some thinking. He understands something about Progressives many don’t yet grasp completely. Foreigners have always understood American politics better than Americans.
Many Democrats want to start from a position of incrementalism. We are looking at the outcome to such a stance, the deconstruction of incrementally created Progressive policies.
Differences do not have to be divisive. The left side of the Democratic Party has proven support for the party over and over. Now that left side is likely the more dominant based on polling, will Centrists do the right thing?
At some time in our lives, one must take a stance eventually abandoning an abusive spouse when it is clear change is not forthcoming. Capitalism has failed. Democratic Socialism is a proven answer.
Ed Eichhorn, founder of Medlink Consulting Group will discuss healthcare cost. I will break down who I believe Progressives should support in 2020.
Julie Kindle Driscoll, a Trump voting Democrat will explain why many Democrats believe Progressives doing it wrong. – Donald Trump the Dictator
Compromise is important but it is essential that it isn’t one for the sake of but instead one seeking the necessary derailment to right the country’s course.
Progressives now represent the largest caucus in Congress. The 1% is likely getting ready to counteract that and we better be ready.
Rarely do we ask Conservatives or Moderates to placate their language or writings to appease Progressives. Why then is such a concern to dilute the Progressive message to appease them?