Monthly Archives: December 2019

How Solar-friendly is your town on Long Island?

Great resource:  Long Island Solar Report Card 2019.  An in-depth evaluation of 19 municipalities and solar policies on Long Island.  Municipal regulations to promote vs. discourage solar panels!  Interesting.  I did not know how different the rules are from one … Continue reading

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Baby Jesus in a Cage

Church Puts Baby Jesus In Cage For Immigration-Themed Nativity Scene St. Susanna’s Rev. Steve Josoma said the Massachusetts church’s Nativity display puts a “mirror image of the world into the stable.” By Carol Kuruvilla from the Huff Post A Massachusetts … Continue reading

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Queens Man Impeached

“The entire Queens House delegation voted in favor of impeachment!” Local journalism at its best: https://queenseagle.com/all/2019/12/19/queens-man-impeached Queens native Donald Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives on Wednesday. AP Photo/Paul Sancya. By Victoria Merlino Former Jamaica Estates resident Donald … Continue reading

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#NotAboveTheLaw – Rallies across America

On the eve preceding the historic vote of congress to impeach President Trump, there were rallies across America: more than 500 rallies in 50 states involving perhaps 0.5 Mio protestors. I attended the rally in Patchogue NY, in front of … Continue reading

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A Night at the Garden

Trump demonstrates how to deal with a protester at a rally: Click here to see the video: https://twitter.com/johnpavlovitz/status/1204566486163087360?s=20   Then take a look at this video from 1939: A Night at the Garden (an American Nazi gathering).  Note the similar … Continue reading

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Zeldin Ignores Constituents While Endlessly Defending Corrupt President

Letter to the Editor, The East Hampton Star, December 5, 2019 Clue Mr. Zeldin In To the Editor: Lee Zeldin has been tweeting up a storm and appearing on cable news with alarming regularity, barely able to conceal his fury … Continue reading

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“Deep Canvassing” and the Lessons Political Campaigns Can Learn From It

Submitted to this blog by Arthur Schiff. By Gabby Weiss, November 22, 2019 Deep Canvassing has grown in popularity as an organizing tool in the past few years, but while most people have heard of it, many are still unsure … Continue reading

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