Rogan’s List for May 25, 2023

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May 25, 2023

Need for five Republican patriots, Pride and Target, land mines, and more!

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    Land mines have been banned for more than two decades by most countries, and yet they continue to destroy lives in former warzones from the Caucasus Mountains to Laos and Vietnam, killing more than 2,000 people in 2021 alone. Unfortunately, global financial support for mine action has been decreasing, with as more mines are buried in Myanmar and Ukraine. A bipartisan coalition in Congress led by Reps Chrissy Houlahan (D-PA) and Bill Johnson (R-OH) annually push for more funding for global demining programs. Let’s join the leading mine removal non-profit APOPO in asking our members to sign on the Houlahan-Johnson letter this year.

  • SOUTH ASIAN AMERICANS FOR DEMOCRATSThey See Blue is a political organization that mobilizes and engages Americans of South Asian heritage to help Democrats win elections up and down the ballot. Chapters exist in targeted states around the country. Let’s explore They See Blue’s website, and if we like what we see, let’s join up.

  • PROTEST RIGHT-WING FUNDING OF VIOLENT VIGILANTES The Right—nationally, not just in New York–has rushed to the defense of Daniel Penny, the Marine veteran accused of murdering homeless Jordan Neely on the NYC subway, to the tune of $2 million.  The mental state of Neely, who was apparently shouting about his hunger on the subway, has been the subject of much conjecture; the mental state of the man who put him in a lethal chokehold has gone unquestioned.  To the contrary, Gov. DeSantis has called Penny a “good Samaritan,” and the defense funds have been raised through GiveSendGo, a Christian fundraising website which while claiming to provide “hope for people’s spiritual needs” and “not to take one side or another politically,” has nonetheless hosted fundraising drives for vigilante Kyle Rittenhouse and for January 6 insurrectionists Let’s tell GiveSendGo what we think of their questionable fundraising efforts. If we are able, let’s also consider donating to the fund organized by Jordan Neely’s family.




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