Rogan’s List – October 30, 2023

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October 30, 2023

Get out the vote, break the blockade, spot misinformation, and more


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    A member of Congress is moving to force a vote on a censure resolution condemning one of their colleagues for antisemitic activity, sympathizing with terrorist organizations and leading an insurrection at the Capitol Complex. The member introducing this resolution is Marjorie Taylor Greene. This latest attack on Rep. Rashida Tlaib is ridiculous, insulting to victims of January 6th and other right-wing terrorist attacks and to the Jewish community coming from a known insurrectionist and promoter of secessionantisemitic conspiracy theoriesbigots like Nick Fuentes and Christian nationalismLet’s contact our members of Congress and let them know we demand they oppose this resolution, and if they want to condemn antisemitism they can start with Rep. Taylor Greene (who is facing a censure vote of her own we can push them to vote for) and Rep. Paul Gosar – and if they want to condemn insurrection, they can start with Speaker Johnson and House Judiciary Chair Jim Jordan.

  • HOW TO SPOT DISINFORMATIONHeather Cox Richardson recently wrote at Letters from an American about the proliferation of misinformation, disinformation, and propaganda and its impact on public opinion and voters. Sometimes collectively called “fake news,” we often encounter misinformation, disinformation, and propaganda on social media, and we aren’t always as good as we think we are about identifying it for what it is, and not letting trigger us or influence us. 2024 will be a crucial election year, and the more we do our share to protect ourselves and others from fake news, the better. Let’s learn how to spot fake news. We can start here and here.


The last seven days have been marked by chaos and tragedy beyond description. It can be hard in the face of so much pain to maintain the hope you need to keep working for change. But we still took steps towards a better world, too, and we cannot stop pushing for more. Here’s a summary of some of last week’s biggest from our friend and ally Jessica Craven at Chop Wood, Carry Water, including the UAW reaching tentative agreements with Ford and Stellantis, a carbon pipeline project being canceled in the face of steady opposition, and a white supremacist candidate for mayor in Tennessee getting creamed.ShareSubscribe LIKECOMMENTRESTACK © 2023 Susan Rogan

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