in 2020 Elections, Tweet O-Rama, Urban Politics


“Everything happens all at once, so thank your stars that the people who try to watch everything come in groups. You will find fifteen of them below, representing a diversity of views and experience in American political thought.

The divergence rate is disturbing, but more scientists’ gem of a tightly edited tweet than politicians can make a difference.  The question is when. I recommend conducting a personal monthly summary of just one or two of these groups. Then, weave tweets into your science and democracy fabric to see any treads of principle emerge.”


Watchdog People

The watchdog people live lives of great trepidation, review the most recent concerns, and summarize the “whistles.”

Housing Rights People

The foundation of an equitable society is housing in communities capable of nurturing everyone. Quality housing is a right.

Protect the Vote People

The right to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State. It is the law, and political leaders in many states are breaking it.

Social Policy People

The unknown principle of action adopted by governments and corporations is to avoid scrutiny of all kinds. These outfits focus on what works. Housing is often a central theme.

Business Integrity People

The number of businesses that will steal or cheat is growing. The business integrity people are out there to find them to make one point. Laws to protect exist, funds to enforce do not.

Think Tank People

A reasonable combination of the policymakers can be viewed as conservative or progressive. Here the facts are friendly.

Women’s Liberation People

Some of the most effective advocates for equality in the nation.

Science Facts People

The facts are friendly, the main argument thereafter is proof.

Accountability People

There is no end to the trouble caused when the developers of all things material ignore the basics. They hide their mistakes. The “whistleblower folks” help to dig them out.

Consumer Protection People

Imagine if a thing you bought is dangerous. How do you know? Right, you don’t. These are the people who pay attention to this stuff.

Tax Accountability People

The tax account people in this section document socialism for the rich. Be warned, and these tweets can alter your sense of fairness in the way capital is treated.

Local Political People

Finding effective local political organizations often requires a look at some national network people building local networks.

Economic Justice People

People who correct past wrongs give us a good definition of justice with equity. The opposite of wealth is not poverty. It is an injustice.

Random Tweet O-Ramas

Close to the ground testers for what works in your world. Rough list and growing.

Fact-Checking People

“If I said it was a fact, I meant it was my opinion of the fact.” A favorite line from a New York Mayor. These are the best of the doublespeak people.

Please Recommend a New Group or an addition (here).

These moderately overlapping institutions are summarized for what they think is important in a monthly summary posted at the end of 2019; another will be done as 2021 comes to a close on the pandemic.

This project began with the START list. Have a look, if you are hoping to find other organizations.

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