We had some solid ideas for serious change in America back then. Like putting the Amish in charge of Homeland Security and melting all of our weapons into garden tools and enacting the biblical year of Jubilee, where property is redistributed and financial debts are forgiven. We were dead serious about some of those ideas (and still are). A lot has changed
Gun violence was a national health crisis long before COVID-19 hit us, is still a crisis amid the pandemic, and, unless we take action, will remain a crisis long after.
The United States has been steadily moving away from the death penalty. State by state, executions drop nearly every year to historic lows.
One can only hope that executing people is one of the things we don’t want to return to.
"Liberals and conservatives who care about life need to overcome the politicization of life issues to find common ground."