Let’s celebrate the moral universe’s arc shifting toward justice again with the inauguration of Biden and Harris.
Author Archive for: Rayne
Blogger since 2002, political activist since 2003, geek since birth. Opinions informed by mixed-race, multi-ethnic, cis-female condition, further shaped by kind friends of all persuasions. Sci-tech frenemy, wannabe artist, decent cook, determined author, successful troublemaker. Mother of invention and two excessively smart-assed young adult kids. Attended School of Hard Knocks; Rather Unfortunate Smallish Private Business School in Midwest; Affordable Mid-State Community College w/evening classes. Self-employed at Tiny Consulting Business; previously at Large-ish Chemical Company with HQ in Midwest in multiple marginalizing corporate drone roles, and at Rather Big IT Service Provider as a project manager, preceded by a motley assortment of gigs before the gig economy was a thing. Blogging experience includes a personal blog at the original blogs.salon.com, managing editor for a state-based news site, and a stint at Firedoglake before landing here at emptywheel as technology’s less-virginal-but-still-accursed Cassandra.
President-elect Joe Biden nominated for Secretary of Defense a retired general, Lloyd James Austin III, who’s only been out of the military since March 2016. Why should Congress consider a waiver for Austin?
Let’s take a moment and catch our breath with this change of pace.
The House voted on H.R. 24 to impeach Trump for the High Crime and Misdemeanor of Inciting to Insurrection.
Congress needs to reconvene to impeach, convict, and remove Trump immediately. There was more going on Wednesday than riot tourism.
Articles of impeachment against Trump have been drafted and are now circulating among House members.
The work goes on, the cause endures — Congress continues to debate ahead of certifying the election of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Trump supporters are engaged in rebellion, insurrection, and seditious conspiracy inside the U.S. Capitol building.
Looking at Trump’s phone call to GA Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger while waiting for the final vote tallies from Georgia’s Senate races.
The challenges expand to meet the people present, but thanks be that they are here.