It took me a long time to accept this as well, but I believe it’s what needs to happen so we can truly move forward as a country and act as an actual United States of America.
Here goes: After the election, after Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are safely installed and the Trump nightmare comes to an end, we have to figure out a way to work with his supporters. We can’t let them fall back into the cracks, stewing in their anger, resentment and racism. We can’t simply ignore them and pretend they don’t exist. Because they do exist, and their children and grandchildren exist, and if we simply look the other way like we’ve done in the past, the same thing will happen again. And again. …
Meditation, mindfulness, and other once ‘woo-woo’ practices have long left the fringes and are now firmly ensconced in the mainstream. In fact, it’s hard to ignore them even if you wanted to. From apps like Calm to a cottage industry of coaches and gurus, your path to peace, relaxation, and enlightenment has never been easier.
All you have to do is find somewhere to sit peacefully, close your eyes, and turn off your thoughts.
If you’re someone who has trouble sitting still or focusing for extended periods of time, either because of a short attention span or full-blown ADHD, this is actually one of the most difficult things you can possibly do. …
Four years later, when the same thing happened, they made the same argument — all the polls were wrong. Again.
In truth, the only discrepancy between the polls and how people actually voted occurred with in-person voting. If you compare them to mail-in ballots they match up perfectly.
Why? What’s the difference between a mail-in ballot and voting in person?
Mail-in ballots can’t be hacked.
The fact of the matter is that Republicans don’t play fair. They do this both overtly (gerrymandering, limiting ballot drop-offs, kneecapping the USPS, misleading robocalls) and covertly (unsecured voting machines with no paper trail). …
Do you remember what it’s like to eat out at restaurants? To hang out at bars and clubs? To work in an office? To send your kids to school? To go to concerts, sporting events, birthday parties and weddings? In short, to live your life without having to worry about a deadly disease?
For people in Taiwan, it’s not anything they need to remember; it’s always been this way. They recently celebrated 200 days without a local transmitted case of Covid-19. And even before that milestone, life never really changed all that much. …
Democrats and Progressives — God love ’em — are famously known for shooting themselves in the foot. Even before Biden was named the winner, fights broke out on Twitter and other places, criticizing Biden and Harris for not winning by a bigger margin, for our disappointing showing in down-ballot races, and for having the audacity to accept Republican endorsements and to work with them to defeat Trump.
As we prepare to embark on a new and exciting chapter in American history, made possible by our decisive and resounding triumph, there are already those among us trying to sabotage the moment. …
By all accounts Biden has already won the election. So why won’t the media call it? Here’s why.
As soon as they call it they know we’ll immediately turn off the TV, disconnect from social media, stop endlessly doom- scrolling and get back to our lives (plus get some much-needed rest). In short, their ratings will plummet, so they’re trying to milk this for all it’s worth.
This is why non-televised sources like Decision Desk, Business Insider and others have already called it for Biden.
In every other election, even as recently as 2016, if one of the candidates had this much of an advantage they would have already been named President-Elect. In this instance the media is treating Trump and the republicans just as they always have — with kid gloves, trepidation and outright fear. …
Under normal circumstances, in an actual democracy with actually decent and reputable people in command, Biden would easily win the election and that would be that. But we don’t live under normal circumstances, and we certainly aren’t being governed by decent and reputable people.
Therefore, it’s up to us to help ensure that there is not only a peaceful transition of power, but that the rightful person wins the election. And the only rightful person is Joe Biden. Trump knows it. The republicans know it. Putin knows it. So they’re doing everything humanly possible to make sure this doesn’t happen. …
I’m really curious what people think about this. I’m assuming the answer is yes, but I’m really not sure. However, I would like to believe that if a common threat was impacting humanity’s survival, we would all work together to thwart it.
Now, assuming this is the case, why wouldn’t we work together to solve other issues that are equally detrimental to the planet? Things like climate change and COVID? Why, instead of combining forces and attacking the source, do we attack each other? I believe the answer is because of yet another common enemy, which is big business.
Before you flip your wig, I’m not a socialist or anti-capitalist or anti- anything related to money. Money is good, entrepreneurship is good, and anyone who tells you otherwise can f*ck right off. …
Yes you heard me correctly: I have Hunter Biden’s diary.
Don’t ask me how I got it.
Okay, you can ask, but I won’t tell you.
Okay fine. I got it because I run a small, mom-and-pop diary repair store, and one day a man came in with a broken diary.
Who was this man?
None other than Hunter Biden.
How do I know this?
Because his NAME was written on the inside of the diary. He also paid by check.
Now, normally what we do is simply repair the diary, no questions asked, and then return it, good as new. …
Whether you think you can or think you can’t you’re right.
— Henry Ford
It’s been said by many folks in history, everyone from successful entrepreneurs to spiritual teachers to quantum physicists, that we have more power than we realize. Instead of just randomly ambling through time and space, much of what occurs (or everything that occurs, according to some) is completely dependent on what we allow to happen.
In other words, thoughts have power.
So if you are predominantly thinking about good things happening, this will be reflected in your life experience. …