A former associate general counsel at Verizon and a consistent opponent of FCC rules intended to protect consumers, Pai fits the mold of other, higher-profile Trump appointees whose experience and ideology run counter to their roles in the administration.
“If you go [to North Dakota],” the Sacred Stone camp wrote in its call to action, “expect police violence, mass arrests, felony charges for just about anything, abuse while in custody, targeted persecution and racial profiling while driving around the area, etc.”
The spirit of resistance for which Frederick Douglass is best remembered is alive and well, and is directed squarely against the Trump administration.
Last week, Lakey wrote A 10-point Plan to Stop Trump and Make Gains in Justice and Equality. The piece went wildly viral as people respond, "In short, there’s good reason to see the Trump era as an opportunity not only to stop him, but to make major gains in justice...
Five Points of Defiance and Moral Courage From Fired AG Sally Yates’ Letter Saying No to Trump’s Muslim Ban
With the firing of Acting Attorney General Sally Yates late Monday, President Trump has made it clear there is no room for dissent nor a moral compass in his increasingly authoritarian regime.
The lies fly out of the White House like flocks of pigeons: Donald Trump’s election victory was a landslide. He had the largest inauguration crowds in American history. Three million to 5 million undocumented immigrants voted illegally. Climate change is a hoax. Vaccines cause autism. Immigrants are carriers of “[t]remendous...