California v Texas, the Supreme Court case to be argued one week after the presidential election, could result in the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) being struck down by the court as unconstitutional, the position being argued by the Trump administration.
Trump has previously stated that he would only nominate justices to the high court who would oppose the ACA, including, logically, Judge Amy Coney Barrett.
Most Democrats are horrified at the prospect of Barrett being confirmed, fearing the loss of the ACA as well as a conservative majority on the court which could gut Roe v Wade, and other decisions which have assured rights to Americans.
Joe Biden’s opposition to Medicare for All and his plans to expand on the ACA will assuredly doom any prospects for M4A in the foreseeable future.
In fact, the best hope that supporters of Medicare for All have is that the Affordable Care Act is ruled unconstitutional. Such a ruling will leave a new plan for universal healthcare in the hands of Congress, where Medicare for All would have the advantage of being offered in place of no universal healthcare at all.
Before the Armory came into being, I was publishing Notes on my Facebook profile which I called political grenades, weapons to be wielded in the war for animal rights. Those modest apothegms, aphorisms, and observations have grown to over thirty five hundred grenades and articles.
In addition to regular articles, the Armory has begun publishing Politically Incorrect, an ongoing, daily stream of grenades that I hope will be shared extensively.
Most will be provocative, all will be irreverent, many seditious, and each will be designed to hit people upside the head.
The purpose of the Armory is to challenge people to think, to question what they believe, to weigh what they value.
To question authority, society, law, government, religion, politics, and their own worldviews.
I believe the Armory to be the most radical and incendiary blog for universal rights to be found online. Its mission is to radicalize the animal movement and to advocate for socialist revolution.
You may not agree with me, as most do not, but you owe it to the animals to consider them in your own life and in your priorities.
And if you are a comrade you owe it to the animals to share the Armory far and wide.
• I am unaware of any other blog with the Armory’s mission of radicalizing the animal movement. I certainly hope I am not alone, and that there are similar sentiments being expressed by comrades unknown to me.
If you know of other blogs dedicated to animal rights and the defeat of capitalism, please comment with a link.
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