IndivisibleSB is Moving Forward!

Put us on your calendar to attend our second large community meeting of INDIVISIBLE resisters to the current federal regime and policies. Speakers will describe

  • our current efforts
  • our updated organizational structure, and
  • how we and other Indivisible chapters work together.

If you came before, come again to get the latest.

If you don’t know much about Indivisible and want to be part of Santa Barbara’s largest anti-Trump organization, come and bring a friend.

Climate Change Explained

This is an “Outside Explainer” on Climate Change from the New York Times, a news outlet covering events of the world. While we might wish a science topic like this to be above politics and beyond the destructive reach of the Trump administration, of course it is not. This explainer has short non-science answers to  17 good questions, including suggestions for what to do.  Continue reading “Climate Change Explained”

Make IndivisibleSB Visible!

Indivisible Santa Barbara is looking for a new logo! It will be used on our website, Facebook and Twitter pages, brochures, banners, handouts, merchandise, and to identify ISB at rallies, town halls, and just about anywhere visibility is needed. We’re asking members and friends to submit their best efforts for our new identity. Samples of other Indivisible logos are shown for variety and inspiration. Emailed submissions are due September 18. Continue reading “Make IndivisibleSB Visible!”

8.26.17 – Town Hall: Becerra, Carbajal, Jackson, Limón

By Rick Closson, ISB Staff Writer

Panelists Carbajal, Jackson, Limón, Becerra

This was a squeaky clean political town hall meeting unlike any we’ve seen for some Republicans. It was held jointly by three local representatives coinciding with the visit of California’s Attorney General, Xavier Becerra. A popular 12-term Congressman, Becerra was tapped this year by Governor Jerry Brown to be California’s first Latino Attorney General when Kamala Harris was elected Senator. The Attorney General serves a 4-year term and Becerra will be on the 2018 ballot, perhaps partially explaining his visit to Santa Barbara.

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7.27.17 – “Conspiracies and Power”

By Michael Vilkin, Events Chairman
Indivisible Santa Barbara

The evening was offered as an opportunity for IndivisibleSB members to
a) meet likeminded locals in a social setting ✅
b) learn the latest social science on a current political topic ✅
c) contribute to the public discussion, ✅ and
d) support our Congressman 💰

Check. Check. Check. Cheque.

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Laws vs. Regulations … and Why the Difference Matters

By RT, IndivisibleSB Staff Writer

The term “laws” is commonly used to describe the overall system of rules enforced by society to govern behavior. When used in this sense, our laws include the rules made by Congress or other legislative bodies, e.g., state legislatures, by the executive branch through regulations, or by the courts through rulings that result in binding precedent. Continue reading “Laws vs. Regulations … and Why the Difference Matters”