Today is a major vote to reduce the efficacy of the ACA (Obamacare) and I am furious. I have asthma (read here for how I feel during an attack). I’ve had it since I was a child, and did not “grow out of it” (this is a myth by the way – it doesn’t magically… Continue reading Politics: Healthcare Vote today
As tax season is officially over, I can now announce how happy I am that I have paid my taxes. No, I’m not actually kidding. I like to pay my taxes. It’s very simple really, in the past few weeks or so I have been strongly reminded of some things I like. A Lot. They… Continue reading Politics: I like to pay my taxes
I want to run congress. Not run for congress. I want to become the parliamentarian that congressional representatives have to listen to. I have a plan to fix congress. And it means I have to be allowed to be mean to congressional reps. Well, maybe not mean, but not nice either. Here is my list of requirements:… Continue reading Politics: Running Congress
Click here to read Part 1 Here we are working on the assuming that the conservatives who want to “god back to the good ‘ole days” aren’t evil bigots and really want to return to the economic and job growth the US experienced in the 1950’s. Part 2: Breaking down the Costs The 1950’s had… Continue reading Politics: Taxes (Part 2)
I have been working on this post since Dec. I really wanted it to be a good post, so I’ve tried to research and put my resources (when possible) in a list at the end (some are also referenced within when I felt they needed to be next to their context). I also had to… Continue reading Politics: Taxes (Part 1)
The cases I am “watching” for the Jan 2017 session.
This is a copy of the letter (yes, physical snail mail) I sent to my state’s Secretary of State, Brian Klemp this week. Similar letters have been sent to my national representatives and my GA House & Senate representatives (those also called for them to step up as an active supporter on their respective available… Continue reading Politics: Open Letter (GA Sec. of State)