Trump’s 2018 Budget is Exactly what every movie villain proposes…Surprised?

   EbenezerScrooge.20 How to effectively and swiftly “Reduce the Excess Population!” Start with a budget that eliminates every element of grace, caring and compassion. Eliminate arts, culture, recreation and heritage. Increase stress on local communities and reduce connections, cooperation and ease of movement from locale to locale. Eliminate resources that support upward mobility Read More …

Joseline Peña-Melnyk, Woman of the People

Joseline Peña (maiden name) was a natural supporter of the trust act. She was born in the Dominican Republic and raised by a single mother, who made her living working in the New York garment industry. The struggling family was forced to live on welfare at one time, something that Read More …

Reps. Katko and Delaney File Legislation to Help Americans Struggling with Student Loan Debt

Alan Collinge Student Loan Justice Has A Win! May 8, 2017 FINALLY!!! Legislation would treat student loans as equal to other forms of debt U.S. Reps. John Katko (NY-24) and John Delaney (MD-6) filed bipartisan legislation to help Americans struggling with excessive student loan debt. The Discharge Student Loans in Read More …

One Ugly Law About to go to President for signature.

Direct Attack on Planned Parenthood Plunges Ahead (or maybe that should be …Into the Darkness?) I don’t mind being dramatic. But I would prefer to be less cynical. Unfortunately, I’ve been through too many political battles to avoid an occassional attitude. I have an attitude, not just about this law – but Read More …

Disguised under the flag of fairness.

When policy change isn’t meant to be fair. Get a preview of our environmental features in the April People and the Environment Edition of Advocacy News. When is a change in policy a sensitivity test? Advocates are discussing how alarming rollbacks in Climate Change regulations are going to bring irreparable disaster. Others Read More …