Political verse from Skip Tenczar:
They are intent of fighting our Joe
No bills he supports are ever a go.
Like petulant kids,
Who are on the skids.
They are nothing more than the Party of NO.
Part one: Scott Braddock
bio: Scott Braddock is the Dean of the Austin Press Corps, and Editor of the Quorum Report.
We discuss with Scott Braddock the push in Texas to limit voting opportunities, and the restrictive new voting law being pushed by the Republicans. We also discuss the Rent Relief Program in Texas, which, while funded by the feds, is not successful in reaching those in need. Republicans who had criticism of Trump, are now “protesting” the conditions of migrants, in an attempt to smear Biden. Currently, the migrant children are primarily from central America, and are asylum seekers and are legally requesting aid.
Part two: We have a conversation with Bill Curry and Paul Glastris.
We discuss the progress of Joe Biden in pushing his agenda to change the US. The moment is dictating the actions necessary. Any Democratic president would need to behave as Biden does at this time. The country is changing, and the world has changed. Biden is actually delivering on Trump's empty promises.
Bill Curry two time nominee for Gov. of CT, advisor to Bill Clinton, progressive writer and pundit
Paul Glastris Paul is editor in chief of the Washington Monthly, a position he has held since April 2001. He is co-author of the book The Other College Guide and editor of the e-book Elephant in the Room: Washington in the Bush Years. From September 1998 to January 2001, Paul was a special assistant and senior speechwriter to President Bill Clinton. He wrote over 200 speeches for the President, including the education sections of the 1999 and 2000 State of the Union addresses and the President’s signing remarks for the 1998 Higher Education Act reauthorization. He also co-wrote the president’s address to the Democratic convention in Los Angeles in August 2000. In November 1999, he traveled with President Clinton to Turkey and Greece and co-wrote the president’s landmark address to the Greek people. Paul also co-founded the President’s “DC Reads This Summer” program, which has placed over 1,000 federal employees as volunteer reading tutors in Washington, DC public schools. He also promoted several administration policy initiatives, including a new food stamp rule that allowed the working poor to own cars. Before joining the White House, Paul spent 10 years as a correspondent and editor at U.S. News & World Report.
Joe Biden Is Waging Class Warfare Without the War
Global Vaccine Equity Is Much More Important Than ‘Vaccine Passports’ Scientific American
What the Hell Are You Supposed to Do With Your Vaccine Card? https://slate.com/technology/2021/04/covid-19-vaccine-card-laminate-save-copy.html
Biden Can Go Bigger and Not ‘Pay for It’ the Old Way Stephanie Kelton, NYT (Furzy Mouse).
Biden on “caregiving infrastructure”:
The Problem With Boycotting Georgiahttps://slate.com/news-and-politics/2021/04/the-problem-with-boycotting-georgia.html
A Better Corporate Tax for America Janet Yellen,
1 big thing: Dimon calls on companies to be policymakers Axios. Oh.
Corporate America tears down Biden’s infrastructure plan Politico
alabama Kim Kelly @GrimKim· 12h
UPDATE: The @NLRB has finished going through the challenged ballots in the Bessemer Amazon union election. Vote counting will begin by Thursday afternoon or Friday morning. Out of a 5,800-worker potential unit, 3,215 ballots were cast—a pretty huge turnout.