Jules D. O'Guin

Not as many bleeding-heart liberals are talking as conservatives think

Conservatives often have a hard time distinguishing between bleeding heart liberals and anyone who is not a conservative. Now is a good time for them to learn the difference.

The attacks on the Capitol building in D.C. have all of America, and indeed, most of the world, speaking.

The bleeding heart liberals are the ones who are saying things like this: “You know, maybe these rioters that stormed the Capitol building are victims of President Trump's lies and manipulation - maybe we should give them a shadow of a doubt and some leniency, because they have been misled by the president, internet conspiracy theories, and false news.

“Perhaps they are not really domestic terrorists, but just good people who trusted the president wholeheartedly - by all rights, a thing any American should be able to do in ordinary times - and they are really victims.

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From homelessness, heading toward an engineering degree

Dear Governor Scott: I got here because Vermont saved me. I’m going to get my degree — but it all depends on you.

Dear Governor Scott: Congratulations on your win. You may remember me from when I wrote you while you were the lieutenant governor. I'd been living in Bellows Falls, suffering from severe mental illness, homeless, and yet still very active in issues that mattered to me. I'd love to speak...

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