• No Adding 7 Countries to the Muslim Ban
    The Muslim Ban is a racist and xenophobic policy dividing families and targeting refugees from Muslim nations. This latest expansion is nothing then more of the same.
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    Created by Iman Boukadoum
  • Bring Back Georgia Gold at KFC
    Because it was the best sauce that KFC has ever had, and it brought so much joy and happiness to the people.
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    Created by Kim O
  • Ask Democratic candidates to tell their supporters: "No matter who wins, I expect you to be all in."
    Our democracy faces an existential threat if Donald Trump is re-elected. The damage he has done during his first term, enabled by feckless Congressional Republicans who put party over country, will take years, if not decades, to undo. Trump has already packed federal courts with right-wing ideologues; fully one in four U.S. circuit court judges have been appointed to lifetime seats by Trump. His Supreme Court picks have moved the high court to the right of ultra-conservative Justice Scalia. It's terrifying to imagine what the federal judiciary would look like after another four years of Trump nominees. It’s expected that during the Democratic primaries candidates will attack their opponents’ platforms; at times the critiques have been mean-spirited and personal and no doubt will continue that way as the competition intensifies. Worse, though, is what’s playing out among the candidates’ core supporters. Examples abound on social media of insults being hurled at one candidate or another by the others’ supporters. That doesn’t bode well for the general election. To defeat Trump in conservative-leaning swing states (the only ones that matter, thanks to winner-take-all and the Electoral College), to hold the Democratic House majority and to flip the Senate, Democrats will need a get-out-the-vote effort the likes of which we’ve never seen. To achieve that will require efforts well beyond what the eventual nominee will be able to muster on their own. But to listen to some activists, if their candidate doesn’t prevail, yes, they’ll vote for whomever is the Democratic nominee, but beyond that the effort they make will be much less than what it would have been. Given what’s at stake, that’s not acceptable. If the losing candidates’ supporters just show up to vote, but do no more, we could lose it all. The only ones who can change this narrative are the candidates themselves. And they can’t wait until after the convention. Democrats can’t afford to let the acrimony between the camps build to the point that the ill will causes any Democratic activist to sit on the sidelines (the way it did in 2016 between Hillary and Bernie supporters.) The way to build party unity is for candidates to keep sending the message to their supporters, “I expect you to work as hard to elect the Democratic nominee, whoever it is, as you will if I win the nomination. Nothing less is acceptable. Do I have your promise that you’re all in, whoever is nominated?” Imagine the power of a huge display of unity at the end of every Democratic nominee's campaign rally. We need nothing less.
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    Created by Jonathan Perloe
  • Rename South Van Ness as Dolores Huerta Boulevard
    Dolores Clara Fernández Huerta is an American labor leader and civil rights activist who, with Cesar Chavez, is a co-founder of the National Farmworkers Association, which later became the United Farm Workers (UFW). Huerta helped organize the Delano grape strike in 1965 in California and was the lead negotiator in the workers' contract that was created after the strike. Huerta has received numerous awards for her community service and advocacy for workers', immigrants', and women's rights, including the Eugene V. Debs Foundation Outstanding American Award, the United States Presidential Eleanor Roosevelt Award for Human Rights and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. She was the first Latina inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame, in 1993. Huerta is the originator of the phrase, "Sí, se puede" (Yes, we can). As a role model to many in the Latino community, Huerta is the subject of many corridos (Mexican or Mexican-American ballads) and murals. In California, April 10 is Dolores Huerta day. It is also her birthday. For more information, see doloreshuertaboulevard.org
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    Created by sean s Picture
  • Make Me 46th President of the United States
    Because I want to make America a great place for international immigrants again. Because President Donald Trump is a terrible President. I want to be a good president for same-sex marriage, women and immigrants.
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    Created by Michael Tierney
  • Beau Pollock x Joe Rogan interview
    This book is necessary tool for Men and young Men to deal with modern American life and society and personal growth.
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    Created by Beau Pollock Picture
  • Know your rights fight CPS back
    Because my family was taken from me due to an argument that I had with a CPS worker who was not even my worker I didn't even have a open CPS case and placed my children in foster care and not with relatives of mine and it's more families out there that are losing their children due to false information given by CPS workers they have the power to say whatever they want and do whatever they want when it comes to families and their children especially if you are a low-income family and that's not right
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    Created by Nea Crane
  • Nikki's Wolf Pack Rescue
    My dogs are my children, they are my ohana, and they mean the whole world to me. We have formed an unbreakable bond and the pack has not been the same since we were all separated. The Kona Humane Society broke the law, lied to police, and lied to me about my dogs whereabouts. They intentionally tried to keep my dogs from me, despite them being registered as emotional support animals that I have had for the last 13 years of my life. Every day gets harder to live without Keebler, Ayda, and Remedy and we all need to be reunited as soon as possible! Please sign my petition and share it with your friends. Also check out our photo album at: https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipOluFnGhlMTWDLgsduQcuON35qDTard6n_TTY1iXvtcpZTGs0An3G4tsOLiwZklVQ?key=TlhZNFhkMHp3SXlhSHRUelBhWDBjc001MGZOdHVn
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    Created by Nikki Graves
  • Speaker Pelosi: Please Start A Discharge Petition For H.R. 4363, For A Vote
    Americans living overseas are subject to a separate and substantially more punitive tax code than stateside Americans. This is grossly unfair. Furthermore, the United States government has demonstrated little to no concern about the well-being of its overseas diaspora. As a result, many false narratives from many sources have surfaced that mischaracterize the real situation on the ground. H.R. 4363 should layout what is really going on and set the record straight. It is vitally important Congress act on this legislation to safeguard the lives of millions of Americans abroad from financial ruin.
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  • #FreeKimBrown
    In Kim's Own Words: "It is not easy for me to discuss my crime because unlike many people in prison, I do not claim to be innocent. The horrible reality I must live with is the fact that on March 29, 1994, I shot and killed two people. One of those people was a man to whom I was engaged. The other was a woman with whom he was also romantically involved. At the time I was 27 years old and he was 59. The other woman was 34. Because I met him in church and thought he was a man of God, I trusted him implicitly and believed everything he told me. When I questioned him about things that seemed odd, he used the Bible to persuade me that he knew best and that my doubt was sinful. At times he had me questioning my sanity. And when the truth finally came out, I confronted him about his lies. Unfortunately, I was not psychologically equipped for such a confrontation and snapped. When investigators questioned the neighbors after the shooting they were told that the neighbors thought I was his niece because the other woman was always at the house during the day. I use to blame him for this but the reality is that it was me and my naivete that caused me to come to prison. Today I recognize that. There are women who are still falling prey to the same issues that fostered the atmosphere for my crime to happen. These things that l learned in prison should be taught in middle schools, churches, after school programs, and rec centers. Learning the information in prison is like closing the barn door after the horse has gotten out." Since her incarceration began in 1994, 25 years ago Kim has had the following accomplishments: Degrees - A.A. in Sociology from Marymount Manhattan College - B.A. in Sociology from Marymount Manhattan College - Currently working toward a Masters degree in Biblical Studies through a correspondence course Certifications - Legal Research - C.P.E. ( Clinical Pastoral Education) - A.C.E. Peer Educator Misc A.V.P. (Alternatives to Violence program) A.R.T. ( Aggression Replacement Training) Discipleship _________________ Upon her release, Kim has been offered a position as a Paralegal at a Law Firm in New York City. She will also assist a mystery writer and will engage in Hazzelle Goodman Ministries
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    Created by Roni Minter Picture
  • Don't overturn Roe v. Wade. Protect abortion rights.
    I'm Heidi Miller, the Development Manager with The Yellowhammer Fund in Alabama, which helps Southerners access abortion care. As similar extreme bills continue making their way through state legislatures it's vital that we send a clear message to Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. and the other members of the Supreme Court of the United States that we will not tolerate these attacks on our protected human rights. Alabama's extreme bill gives the state control over pregnant people's bodies and increases the already tremendous barriers that people seeking abortion care in Alabama face in accessing their procedures. Access was already a problem in Alabama which is why the Yellowhammer Fund exists. The government's control and politicization of our bodies is unacceptable. Families in Alabama, Georgia, Ohio, and communities across the nation are under attack as part of a publicly stated, coordinated effort to have the Supreme Court overturn its own legal precedent set by Roe v. Wade. This is truly concerning because some members of the Supreme Court are already signaling a willingness to overturn legal precedent on other cases. Sign the petition telling Chief Justice John G. Roberts and the Supreme Court justices to end these extreme policies which deny families the right to determine whether, when, and how to create a family. People espousing "pro-life" politics frequently talk about how much they love pregnant people and babies. However, their political agenda does not extend to ensuring that pregnancy and birth are safe for pregnant people or that parents, children, and families can access the health care they need to live healthy lives. In Alabama, for example, this means that a large number of pregnant people are going without the prenatal, birth, and postnatal care needed to ensure healthy pregnancies and birth outcomes. Maternal and infant mortality rates are high. We will work with trusted partner organizations like MoveOn to ensure the support on this petition is used to further pressure key decision makers, keep the story in the media, and give everyone opportunities to stay engaged! MoveOn members have already raised more than $30,000 for our work in Alabama and we're seeing generosity across the country—but we also need to make the Supreme Court respects the fundamental right to access an abortion, so we need to act now.
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    Created by Heidi Miller, The Yellowhammer Fund
  • Rename Dulles airport the Eleanor Roosevelt Airport (ERA)
    There are no major airports named after women in the United States nor has Eleanor Roosevelt gotten the recognition she deserves for her leadership on many issues.
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    Created by Cynthia Terrell