All 50 US states seamlessly join Russia sanctions, no-one bats eye.

It is moments like these that remind us why we have each other.

US States joining in sanctions on Russia over Ukraine invasion

Lost in the extensive media coverage about the remarkable unity shown among western allies in standing together to impose collective sanctions on Russia is the development that … all fifty U.S. states themselves collectively joined the sanctions … without having to be strong-armed.

(BTW yes, I know we’ve in-advance agreed to collaborate under a unified foreign policy. That is the point.)

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Divisive partisanship is preventing us from accomplishing “jack.”

Americans’ propensity to quickly leap to negative prejudgements of ideological opponents poisons our ability to interact with the teammates we need to advance our personal and national goals.

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Thoughts from across the aisle...

“Let’s calm it down. I understand we have differences; we always have had differences…. That doesn’t make someone a bad person…. If you demonize differences, it is like injecting cancer into the body politic. Where literally one cell starts to feed on the other cells. And at the end of the day, the election will be over, we’ll wake up, and we still have to live together as one country and one family and let’s bring down the heat because a lot of damage can be done.”

— Andrew Cuomo, Governor, NY, reacting to package bomb he received

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