Tuesday, December 24, 2019

A Sing-Along Capitalist Christmas

Ho, ho, ho! Have we got a surprise for all you good little girls, boys, and non-binaries!

 The Revolution Continues proudly presents "A Sing-Along Capitalist Christmas" for your holiday enjoyment. So call the family together, pull up a chair, and sit down and relax while leading lefty parodists like Don Caron at the Parody Project and Randy Rainbow share the real meaning of a Sing-Along Capitalist Christmas. Enjoy!







And what could be more heart-warming than your typical American family sitting down for Christmas dinner...


But remember above all else:



 Celebrating the Solstice--Saving the Planet
Some shots of the Solstice sun and area climate activists by C. A. Matthews

Peace on Earth from your friends at The Revolution Continues!

Twenty Percent of Children in the U.S. Can't Afford to Eat or to Buy the Basics They Need. Demand Lawmakers Take Action Now!
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The United States has the resources to make sure every child in the country has what they need to survive. So why are millions of children still living in poverty?
The United States is one of the richest countries in the entire world, yet a full 21 million children live in poverty in the U.S. That's one in five who don't have enough food to eat, or whose families can't afford basic necessities. Luckily, Democratic legislators are now proposing a simple idea: provide monthly cash payments to all but the wealthiest families in the country.
Cash payments for parents and families might sound like a radical idea, but many European countries already provide exactly that to make sure everyone is taken care of. And it works. It's possible here, too, if we can create a groundswell of public support.
Thank you for all that you do,
Corey H.
The Care2 Petitions Team
P.S. In one of the wealthiest countries in the history of the world, there's no reason any child should live in poverty. Tell lawmakers to pass a law guaranteeing that the basic needs of every child in the U.S. are met.

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