Last Week in DemCast

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This was a sad week as it was announced that the Taliban had taken over control of the country of Afghanistan. President Biden and his administration have been receiving criticism because of this development, and a Republican congressperson has supposedly started writing up articles of impeachment. Indivisible SF shares a look at the similarities of Vietnam and Afghanistan.

Of course, our writers had other things on their minds too. Teri Kanefield speaks to us about beating fascism in a two part series. Indivisible Yolo writes about Stopping the Republican Recall of California Governor Newsom.

Hank Cetola pens an article about Anti-Vaxxers and why they disregard the common good of the vaccine itself. Ellen Wolff writes again about how times change but Republicans don’t, this time focusing on COVID-19.

There is also an article from popular writer Sam Ray, who speaks to us about the PerQliar Case of Kevin McCarthy.

Please enjoy this week’s issue of Last Week in DemCast.


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