• 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
  • Create Another Cartoon Like ‘Spongebob’
    Because Nickelodeon is developing ‘Kamp Koral’ which is a spinoff of Spongebob, but I don’t know if it will be as popular as Spongebob was. Plus I want the next generation of kids to be happy with a popular cartoon.
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    Created by Michael Tierney
  • Put Ken Anderson in the Pro Football Hall Of Fame
    Ken Anderson should be in the Pro Football Hall Of Fame, but he isn't. Throughout the decades, dozens of fine players have been selected by the Hall's committee to be enshrined in Canton. When the Hall revealed its long-list for the Centennial Slate Finalists in 2020 last week (December 19), Bengals fans the world over were expecting Ken Anderson to be on that list. For reasons best known to themselves, he wasn't. As fans, we're often emotional about our team and the legends that play for them. But Ken Anderson's exclusion goes beyond emotion. His exclusion goes beyond reason, too. Drafted in 1971 with the 67th pick, Ken became the starting quarterback in 1972 and went onto play 16 seasons with the Bengals. He was an AFC Champion in 1980, he was a four-time Pro Bowler and an All-Pro in 1981. He was named both NFL Offensive Player Of The Year and NFL Comeback Player Of The Year in 1981. He was NFL Man Of The Year (now the Walter Payton Man Of The Year) in 1975. He was named NFL MVP in 1981. But consider these statistics that, in some cases, stood the test of time for decades: At the time of Ken's retirement in 1986 season, he held NFL records for consecutive pass completions (20), completion percentage for a single game (20 of 22, 90.9%, vs. Pittsburgh in 1974) and completion percentage for a season (70.6% in 1982), as well as the Super Bowl records for completion percentage (73.5%). He led the league in passer rating in 1974, 1975, 1981 and 1982. He was also the first quarterback to run Bill Walsh's era-changing West Coast Offense, when Walsh was offensive coordinator in Cincinnati. Ken was ranked sixth all-time for passing yards in a career at the time of his retirement. His record for completion percentage in a season stood for 27 years after his retirement (broken only by Drew Brees in 2009). He led the NFL in passing yards and completions twice, and lead the league in fewest interceptions per pass attempt three times. There are many fantastic quarterbacks whose busts are sitting in the Hall Of Fame, but some of them cannot boast Ken's achievements. Jim Kelly never held an NFL record that stood for almost 30 years. Dan Fouts was never an NFL MVP. Warren Moon never lead the league in pass rating. Ever. Quite simply, Ken Anderson deserves to be in the Hall Of Fame. Bengals fans around the world – Bengal Jim's Before The Roar, the Bengals Bomb Squad and the Bengals Trailer tailgate crews, and Bengals UK, the UK-based fangroup – have united to protest Ken's continued omission. Please sign. Let's get Ken in.
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    Created by Jim Foster
  • Remove Big O tires and replace it with a Popeyes Chicken
    The county needs better Chicken not terrible auto service
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    Created by Joey Drake
  • Amerasians from Vietnam
    These Amerasians have US father's and are Americans. They need a pathway to US citizenship.
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    Created by Julius Larry
  • Loving Accountability for JK Rowling
    Betrayal trauma is real. When children who’ve been inspired by Harry Potter discover that their gender identity is different from the one they were assigned at birth, and then discover that the beloved adult who wrote their beloved books is transphobic, the life-affirming message of these books goes flat. Children deserve public figures who support pro-child, pro-inclusion policies and platforms. Cherished adult figures who support children’s wholeness and health are essential to keeping suicide rates down. Please consider the health and safety of the children who love your work.
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    Created by Beverly Baumgartner
  • Tar Heel Confederates
    The University of North Carolina (UNC)'s Board of Governors is currently providing financial support for the headquarters of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. This is unacceptable. A state university is prioritizing funding for a certified hate group, whose primary function is to promote white supremacy, over institutions that respond to the needs of Black people and vulnerable communities. In addition, UNC gave the Sons of Confederate Veterans $2.5 million to keep its “Silent Sam” Confederate statue after students and other university supporters removed it last spring. The Sons of Confederate Veterans is a violent organization. The actions of the governing board are loud and clear: the University of North Carolina system does not foster a community that cares about Black lives. The most shameful thing about all this is the university is funding hate at the expense of two essential centers that would truly support and grow the institution and surrounding community. The governing board fired the attorneys affiliated with the Civil Rights Center and had to return funds that supported its Center on Poverty and Workforce Development. For the Board of Governors to use the university's platform and money in this way is a slap in the face to justice-minded North Carolinians and any Black person affiliated with the university.The University of North Carolina Board of Governors is a part of a violent cornerstone of the white South that ensures Black people remain in political, economic, and social subordination. We must push back.
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    Created by Amanda Jackson
  • Don't Let Republicans Steal an Election in Mississippi!
    Hester Jackson-McCray made history in November 2019 with her 14-point win over a Republican incumbent. Jackson-McCray will be the first African-American to represent DeSoto County in the Mississippi state legislature and she will be only the third African-American to represent a majority white legislative district since Reconstruction. That history is at risk of being erased thanks to Republican efforts to overturn the election results. Ashley Henley, the GOP incumbent defeated by Jackson-McCray, has made unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud and is asking the Republican-controlled Mississippi House of Representatives to vacate the election results and install her instead. This is straight out of the GOP playbook. Suburban DeSoto county is changing and, like many suburbs around the country, it’s turning more progressive. Hillary Clinton beat Trump there in 2016, Democrat candidate for U.S. Senate, Mike Espy beat Republican Cindy Hyde Smith in 2018, and in 2019 voters chose Democrat Attorney General Jim Hood in the governor's race. Instead of competing fairly, Mississippi Republicans are attempting to overturn the will of the voters in a state with a notorious history of voter suppression. We can’t let them win.
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    Created by Mary Drummer MoveOn Civic Action
  • With Bernie, Ro, Warren: Nix Trump NDAA That Doesn't #SaveYemen
    The Senate is poised to fail on the best opportunity of the year to end unconstitutional U.S. participation in the genocidal Saudi war in Yemen, by passing a Pentagon funding bill that doesn't end the war. Bernie Sanders and Ro Khanna and Elizabeth Warren are OPPOSED. https://twitter.com/justfp/status/1206375503248019461 Urge the Senate to vote NO on the Trump NDAA that doesn't end the Yemen war.
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    Created by Robert Naiman
  • Sandburg Elementary Before School Care
    Parents and families need to be able to get to work before 8:30 am. With Sandburg Elementary being a "late start" school with doors opening at 8:25 am, families need an option to be able to drop their children off in a safe, supervised environment, as early as 7:30 am. Tell the district that we need them to provide a sustainable before school childcare solution to support children and families in the Sandburg Elementary attendance area. To date, the Madison Metropolitan School District has not offered before school care or paid adult supervision to ensure the wellbeing and safety of children.
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    Created by Katie Rozas
  • Don't let McConnell rig Trump's impeachment trial
    Imagine if, before a trial, one of the jurors said they had already made up their mind about the case, and that nothing could change their decision. They’d immediately be thrown out by the judge -- and rightly so. But that’s exactly what Senator Mitch McConnell just told Fox News -- saying he’ll coordinate with Trump’s lawyers throughout the trial and that “there is no chance the president is going to be removed from office.” Our senators are supposed to serve as fair and impartial jurors during impeachment trials -- carefully weighing the facts, upholding their constitutional duties, and acting in the best interest of the American people. But Mitch McConnell is trying to rig this trial the same way he has tried to rig our democracy. By publicly making up his mind before the trial has even begun, he has shown a flagrant disregard for his duties and for the rule of law. Our system relies on separation of powers between branches of government -- but McConnell is essentially handing Trump a blank check to do as he pleases. Our democracy cannot stand if our representatives refuse to put their country before their party and hold lawless presidents accountable. And any senator who cannot uphold this crucial constitutional duty is not fit to serve the American people. Add your name to condemn Senator Mitch McConnell -- and demand he recuses himself from President Trump’s impeachment trial.
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  • Mitch McConnell must recuse himself from Senate Impeachment Trial
    For the leader of the Senate to openly and arrogantly claim that he, as a juror, has no problem collaborating directly with a defendant's counsel is not only an abuse of power in itself, it completely violates his own oath of office to defend the separation of powers as defined in the articles of the Constitution of the United States. Congress has its own independent authority. It does not work for the White House, nor does it belong to any particular political party. Supporting this notion is exactly the reason why three separate branches of government were established by our Founding Fathers and why they must maintain oversight of one another. If the White House can simply refuse oversight and obstruct Congress, while those within Congress openly allow this simply due to party loyalty, then We, as a republic, are doomed to become that from which our nation's founders fought to liberate us. If our congressional leaders refuse to defend the Constitution, then We, the American People, regardless of our political affiliations, must do so ourselves. You can watch Sen. McConnell speak about his planned total coordination with the White House counsel in his own words here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbsLMNLo9Kc
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    Created by Rich Lescouflair