What Matters to .US

Below is a list of just some of the things that matter to dot US.

  • We value people
  • We value respect, dignity and kindness
  • We value our nation’s liberal notion of a broad, participatory democracy
  • We value policy that places taking care of people over just promoting an ideology
  • We value integrity
  • We value good writing
  • We value journalism
  • We value factual information
  • We value everyone being informed
  • We value fairness
  • We value diversity of perspective and opinion within this framework

I’m certain this list is incomplete and probably will grow. But the list indicates the direction in which our hearts lean. Certainly, we are not perfect, but we will do our best to stay true to these values here at PenceWatch.US. We will also do our best to ensure that everyone who comments does the same. We feel no need to publish comments, especially those that we think do not adhere to our perception of these values.

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Tim was born at the end of the post-world war baby boom, was a child of the '60's, a teenager during the Vietnam War, and a young man when economics reportedly began to trickle down. Now, six decades under the expanding belt, he lives in a post-truth world: science and truth are just a passé inconvenience studied in last-century university. He reaches for his smartphone in a dumbworld to take a stupidselfie. [Fake camera sound] Oh! Well, that will never do! What's that app that removes wrinkles and blemishes? Never mind. He doesn't have to remember. He just asks Siri... He's a post-truther now! I'm just saying: he's got questions. Real questions. And someone really needs to look into this, really look into this... That's all I'm saying.
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