It's Time For A New FDR & Americans Are Ready

Thom plus logo If you look at the history of American democracy, you see that only times of great crisis have produced major progressive political changes. The Tea Act, The Boston Tea Party, The Civil War, The Panic of 1893 & the assassination of McKinley, The Great Depression, WWII and The Vietnam War. Each brought forth great statesmen (Jefferson, Lincoln, TR, FDR). Today we face a new crisis that's arguably as dangerous to the future of the country and the world as any of those: Donald Trump. This crisis is so great and so deep that we will see a progressive statesperson elected President, a progressive Congress elected, and within a decade you'll see single payer healthcare and free college..

-Thom

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Hello All

Today, we are closing Thom's blog in this space and moving to a new home.

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