Green New Deal

Kenny Stancil, staff writer
City Council President Aaron Banks carries bottled water at a local distribution center in Jackson, Mississippi. (Photo: Screengrab from ABC 16 WAPT News)
"Water is a basic necessity and it just brought a lot of frustration, anger, and disappointment," said one of the city's residents. "If you don't know when it's coming back, what is being done to help us?"
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Millions of Texans lost their power last week when Winter Storm Uri hit the state and knocked out coal, natural gas, and nuclear plants that were unprepared for the freezing temperatures. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
"Texas is the perfect example of what happens when our politicians cater to...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"Texans are living through the collapse of a 40-year experiment in free-market...

Further

Needing a reprieve from El Paso's lunacy - journos attacked, babies executed, a Green New Deal that will ban cows and air travel - let us honor Abraham Lincoln, born on this day in 1809. (So was Charles Darwin, but Trump's never cited him, likely 'cause he's never heard of him.) Today, Lincoln resonates more than ever, from "If you want to test a man's character, give him power" to the power of we the people: "If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves."