The core of the the Democratic experience is the right and the experience of voting.
Unfortunately, some politicians believe that the only way to keep their job is to ensure that not everyone can vote.
You know who’s latest scheme to ensure that he wins the election is voter suppression. In this case, it is by undermining the Post Office financially and preventing mail in voting.
Every four years, we are told that that year’s election is the most important election, for any number of reasons. This year, I believe is a make or break year for the United States. Covid-19 should not be an excuse to not vote. We need to vote, either in person or via mail. We need to tell our political leaders to stop listening to the lies and b*llsh*t of you know who and start listening to the average voter.
Most of all, we need to ensure that he is a one term President.
If one were to do an overview of human history, they would note that for every three or four men who sat on the throne, there is one woman who sat on the throne.
The television series Reign (2013-2017) is a loose (and I mean very loose) retelling of the story of the life of Mary, Queen of Scots (Adelaide Kane). When she is a teenager, she is sent to the court of France to marry her betrothed, Francis de Valois (Toby Regbo). Along the way, she will encounter both sexual and political innuendo.
I wrote about this series back in 2014, defending its merits. Looking back, I can now see the major flaws in this program. It is nothing but a teenage soap opera set in the 16th century. In the beginning, the initial draw was Megan Follows (Catherine de’ Medici). Her portrayal of Anne Shirley in the Anne of Green Gables series from the 1980s and 1990s is still my favorite version of the character.
But even that was not enough to keep me watching to the very end.