RandyG in Tucson, Arizona: About 1,500+ attendees, 98° at game time. Scheduled for 7:00-9:00pm, with a candlelight vigil scheduled for 8:30pm. Sounded great, started on time. Apparently the organizers thought it made sense to keep bringing up more and more people essentially saying the same thing and very little in the way of actually following up with […]
About Cheryl Rofer
Retired chemist. I've done a lot of chemistry that has to do with policy, particularly nuclear policy.
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The vigil at the New Mexico State Capitol went off extremely well last night, thanks to our own Felix O. Culpa. Sorry for delay. For some reason, GMail decided, for the first time, to send all Balloon Juice mail to my spam folder. But commenter Noncarborundum asked where his email had gone this morning, encouraging […]
Lights for Liberty vigils tonight everywhere! Click here to find one near you. #LightsforLiberty now has 753 worldwide vigils tomorrow night. We stand with all who object to this administration's criminalization of Black and brown people in detention camps. Asylum is a human right.https://t.co/ZrUgtJyAft pic.twitter.com/WPsQ1LxLIt — LightsForLiberty– Official (@Lights4Liberty) July 11, 2019 If you take […]
Eric Holthaus is retweeting a bunch of useful information: Pre-event analysis of #TropicalStormBarry projected rainfall in next 7 days compared to development in 1940 and 2019. Being repetitive here but clearly it's still an issue (e.g., Harvey, Florence). #BatonRouge #NewOrleans Expanding Bull's Eye Effect https://t.co/diGx2djXgb (1/2) pic.twitter.com/pFffiPzh3i — Stephen M. Strader (@StephenMStrader) July 11, 2019 […]
Lights for Liberty, a coalition of a great many organizations, is holding demonstrations against the concentration camps Friday night. The list is long – I’ll bet most of you in the United States can find one near you. And it’s not even fully inclusive – the Santa Fe demonstration isn’t on it. We have to […]