Tina Dupuy: In Washington, payday lenders are treated like a mistress you say you’ll leave your wife for – but won’t take out in public.
Tina Dupuy: There are more Americans convinced the Rapture will commence before 2050 than feel global warming is a concern.
Tina Dupuy: By my count there are 163 candidates battling for the Republican nomination and not one of them thinks women should have the right to make decisions about their own bodies.
Tina Dupuy: Josh hasn’t stopped fighting for the values he’s not going to live up to. He’s blaming his moral depravity on The Interwebz.
Tina Dupuy: The GOP needs to stop using Mexican immigrants to get angry white people to vote for them. Angry white people will already vote for them.
Tina Dupuy: I grew up in the foster care system so I’m very skeptical when people profess they care about the welfare of children, but not actual Welfare.
Tina Dupuy: Sure, governor, you’re all for religious freedom you agree with. That’s not freedom. That’s selective religious intolerance. That’s cherry-picking which faiths you support and which faiths you want to see in jail.
Tina Dupuy: If we’re going by cognitive dissonance theory, Trump is the true believers doubling down on their resolve and grasping at straws to justify why Republican policies, when put into practice, utterly fail in every imaginable way.
Tina Dupuy: There are only 20 countries on this planet that have a GDP bigger than what we spend on our ubiquitous military.
he Republican brand is that they’re on the side of business. “Corporations are people, my friends,” uttered doomed 2012 presidential candidate, CEO-turned-Massachusetts-Governor Mitt Romney. At the time I assumed what he actually meant was, “Corporations are my friends, people.” This has been the bottom line for the GOP: Business is their business. Even South Carolina […]
Tina Dupuy: Now in this wake of this second Supreme Court decision upholding the existing compromised ACA law, the public option is cremated, buried and gone. There’s no political will for Medicare for all.
Tina Dupuy: While the national discourse instantly teeheed and tsk tsked at a white woman identifying herself as black, immediately branding her as a freak, a fraud and a phony—we all missed the real story.
Tina Dupuy: Silicon-based food served with shiny plastic toys and a working poor forced smile seems slightly, well, phony. As does dubbing yourself modern and progressive.