Re-tweets (and quotes) are not endorsements.
Old dude. Just minding my business.
Reagan is the Prez but I voted for Shirley Chisholm - Biz Markie
Joined on 7 June, 2020
As I process the abrupt firing of my manager @mmitchell_ai, in the wake of @timnitGebru’s firing, I keep coming back to the incredible feat they achieved in building such an incredibly diverse team, and one that truly thrived for a time,... 1/
A South Dakota Congressman's proposed solution to the DC statehood issue is to "revert the majority of Washington, D.C., suburbs to the state of Maryland."
Only the National Mall would remain as the District of Columbia.
Replying to @PoliticsWolf: SOUTH Dakota literally exists because Republicans split the Dakota territory into two so that they could have two more se…
NEW: We calculated 3 decades of the Senate "popular vote" & how many people each party represented. The results are astonishing: The GOP hasn't won more votes or represented more people than Dems since the 1990s but has run the Senate > half the time since
Also I’m tired of the media crowning various white men ‘the most powerful man in Washington.’ How about you reframe the narrative and talk about how Joe Manchin is no better than Mitch McConnell if he chooses to use his power to subvert the will of 80 million people?
Joe Manchin thinks he can become the Mitch McConnell of the Democrats. God forbid. What we don’t continue to need is the power of democratic governance unduly concentrated in the hands of a singular person. And somehow that person is always a white man with narrow AF interests.
I really get confused when folks say America is “more polarized” than ever before.
Also is polarization our WORST problem because I am perfectly fine being polarized *by white supremacy.*
We’ve framed this entire conversation wrong.
Well when you fire your experts and think you can just reshuffle things and fix things by speaking diplomatically this is what happens.
Like I said we gave them credibility and how fast they've destroyed it is fascinating to see.
Replying to @ordinal: there is a fairly well-established workflow
SOUTH Dakota literally exists because Republicans split the Dakota territory into two so that they could have two more senators. It was part of a broader GOP effort to gerrymander the Senate by admitting 6 thinly populated northwestern states in 1889-1890
End of content
No more pages to load