With journalists focusing their attention on whether Melania Trump swatted away the hand of her husband in public, you probably missed this other story: Congress just passed a law that allows businesses to spray highly toxic pesticides, without the need to apply for any permit,
Slamming Jill Stein with ill-informed and dishonest smears won’t be an effective technique for convincing liberal voters to support Hillary Clinton. Instead, if Democrats are really worried that they won’t be able to gain enough liberal voters to elect Clinton over Donald Trump, they ought to be working to convince Hillary Clinton to support more liberal policies than she does.
People are indeed in danger, but mostly we’re not in danger because of terrorism. Far greater are the threats that come from the way that our lives have been redesigned in order to support a large population through technology. Many more lives would be saved, and much more suffering would be eliminated, if our federal government spent less time worrying about Homeland Security, and more time considering how to make our homes more secure from the dangers of day-to-day exposure to the dangerous artifacts of our technological society.