One hundred students from Marjory Stoneham Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, traveled in buses to Tallahassee. Inside the Florida Capitol they were met with reality. There to discuss the state gun laws, Florida legislators were too busy debating what they consider a bigger menace to our society — pornography — effectively shunning the kids.
Having passed a tax law that richly rewards the very rich, the Republicans now want the rest of us to pay the freight. The GOP tax “reform” creates a huge fiscal hole that Republicans intend to plug by picking the pockets of ordinary people.
When the currency situation is finally resolved the greater question then becomes what is the value of each Cuban’s work. What will be the value of one’s real salary, and if that real salary will do more than pay each person’s lunch for half a month.
The November midterm elections will serve, for one, to gauge Trump’s possibilities for reelection in 2020. It will also determine if the Congress remains a Republican stronghold for the next two years. And Florida, especially two key south Florida congressional races, is considered a potential ground zero in 2018.