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Why are we still standing still, as a country, even moving backwards, in this--the 21st century?

One reason is because the #RepublicanParty doesn't like change or, apparently, advancement of fresh, or novel, innovations.

But, the other side of the coin is, because...
.@TheDemocrats are cowed into the belief that if they propose advancements via fresh, novel, innovative policies, they won't win elections--'Don't wander too far from the middle of the road or you might get run over!'

And THAT is why America is NOW behind every other, major...
industrialized nation, and why we are no longer leading at anything, on any level; but watching, as the progress being made, by so many other nations, passes us by.

If America doesn't get onboard with PROGRESS, with the Progressive ideas, mindset, and proposals--we will sink...
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Proof #impeachment plans were being made before @POTUS was even sworn in.

Please RT to #Republican members ..

@HillaryClinton friend
@davidbrockdc hired to bombard @realDonaldTrump
with legal problems and remove him by #impeachmentโ€ฆ
4 companies involved
Media Matters, American Bridge, Crew and Shareblue.

They specifically say they will have conservatives censored and deplatformed.
Plan to attack @BreitbartNews and @JudicialWatch @TomFitton

@Kevin_Shipp @WhiteHouse
The admit to getting Glen Beck kicked off tv and covering up the truth of Benghazi.

Admit they receive users RAW DATA from Twitter, #Facebook etc.

Pic 3 says Bannon will follow @POTUS into the whitehouse.
1 of many confirmations this was writen before his 1st day in office.
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In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, โ€œWhen Black Meant Republicanโ€

โ€œItโ€™s easy to forget now, but just a few generations ago African-Americans overwhelmingly identified themselves as Republicans.โ€

#maga #RepublicanParty
In the fall of 1895 Atlanta put on one in a series of โ€œInternational Expositionsโ€ designed to highlight its progress in recovering from the war. Racial tensions had been growing since southerners, at the end of Reconstruction, began instituting Jim Crow laws.
The organizers of the Exposition invited prominent black leader Booker T. Washington to give a keynote address. The position he took in that speech was a calculated gamble.
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