Reading Assigments
Preserve Democracy from Tyrants
Democracy Dies in Darkness
Death is the Reward of Tyrants
Let there be light
Education and awareness will discredit, reveal and replace
Donald Trump, Michael Pence, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell,
their obstructionist accomplices in the Congress,
Vladimir Putin, all of their supporters and all others who despise democracy
or who conspire to destroy from within
the very heart and nature of the United States of America

How do we defeat these tyrants?
The only way to defeat tyrants is to tell them, No!

No, we will not break the rule of law and that Constitution that protect us from our base instincts. No, we will not allow greed, lust for wealth, a despicable quest for power, any religious fervor, or desperation to destroy moral authority. No, we will not take shortcuts on the path to righteousness.

We are the honorable, generous and brave people of the United States of America.
We must always look forward. We have to be torch-bearers, casting a light so we may see our path to a lasting welfare, protection, defense and justice for all people.
We are one. They are another.

We are the very heart and nature of the United States of America


The Constitution of the United States of America
The United States Declaration of Independence
4 July 1776

Democratic rebuttal to the Nunes memo ~.pdf
Democratic rebuttal to the Nunes memo ~.html
Reply to Devin Nunes et. al.
29 January 2018

Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Abuses
at the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation

The ridiculous "vindication" of U.S. tyrant president Donald J. Trump
from the idiot republican Representative Devin Nunes and his co-conspirators

2 February 2018

Internet Research Agency et, al.

From the Office of the Special Council, Robert Meuller
16 January 2018

U.S. Senate Foreign Relatons Committee Report
in Russia and Europe:

10 January 2018

Transcript of U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee interview with Glenn Simpson
22 August 2017

The 2018 Presidents and Executive Politics Presidential Greatness Survey
Data Graphics from The New York Times
19 February 2018