Monday, January 1, 2024

1-1-24 Newsletter


"To be in between is to anticipate.  We know what happened on the shores of experience, but what’s next across our personal oceans?  As sentient human beings, we need the unknowable-ness of existence.  We live in the space between life and death. We fill it with our breath, with our hands, with our imaginations, with our dreams, with our hopes, even with our fears. Discovering what is out there in between is to be alive."
-- Lucian K. Truscott IV,
Lucian Truscott Newsletter, December 27, 2023
 Let's keep our dreams and democracy thriving in 2024. Our best wishes to you.
INCO Leadership Team 
"But in 2023, with the results of the investment in the United States falling into place, it is clear that those policies justified Biden’s faith in them. The U.S. economy is stronger than that of any other country in the Group of Seven (G7)—a political and economic forum consisting of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, along with the European Union—with higher growth and faster drops in inflation than any other G7 country over the past three years."

Read the rest of historian Heather Cox Richardson's 
economic overview of 2023

Check out this heartening review of 2023 political wins, including Beyonce and Taylor Swift!


Check out this 2024 postcard program! Volunteers like you will send 25.7 million postcards for the November 5 general election to voters in swing states, states with key Senate races, and competitive US House districts.

Sign-ups start in May, and then you'll receive free postcards along with printed voter lists and instructions with proven message options. You'll provide the stamps and hand write the message and voter addresses.This postcarding effort allows you to write all summer long and hold onto the postcards until the October mailing dates.  As always, INCO can purchase stamps for you.

Get on the mailing list for Postcards to Swing States here
These are some of the people who stormed the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, attempting an insurrection to prevent the peaceful transfer of power to President-elect Biden.

What's happened to them since? 
Check out this info about arrests, criminal charges, and sentencing from the U.S. Department of Justice. Google "January 6 indictments and convictions" for more updates.
"We’re only here for a minute. We’re here for a little window. And to use that time to catch and share shards of light and laughter and grace seems to me the great story.”
-- Brian Doyle, “One Long River of Song: Notes on Wonder"
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INCO Weekly Newsletter   January 1, 2024
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