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I do not consider myself a conspiracy theorist but I find something missing when watching news reports of the phone calls national security advisor, Michael Flynn, made to the...

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Indivisible Lynchburg group hoping to keep open dialogue with elected officials LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) — A group of citizens presented a letter to Congressman Bob...

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Failure is simply pages of excuses. RJ Intindola – 1983   Remember, people want you to fail. It makes them feel better about themselves to see others fail. So disappoint them...

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Chant at Trump protests and to make noise.

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I taught this to Georgia 6th last month and they loved it. Chant at protests and to make noise. Leader- Where are we? Group- America (or USA) Leader- What are we? Group-...

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Groups opposing the American Health Care Act

Groups opposing the American Health Care Act

Over 50 organizations oppose the proposed healthcare plan that will make Americans will pay more for less. The list includes nurses, doctors, hospitals, teachers, churches, and more. You can see a few here: AARP: AARP opposes this legislation, as introduced, that would weaken Medicare, leaving the door open to a voucher program that shifts costs and risks to seniors.

How to maintain a strong – informed and inclusive “Indivisible” Group



            How to maintain a strong–informed and inclusive “Indivisible” Group


We have visited nearly 200 indivisible groups and believe half need to improve how they communicate and the mechanism by which members are kept informed.

Let us first start by stating the best medium to maintain and grow a strong organization. If you have not already done so, you need to create a group page on Facebook.  Or find another social media outlets that permits consistent two-way communication that Facebook group pages allow. Many groups have created excellent websites that do not permit two-way communications within the group. Others, have created Facebook pages that do not permit communication for members or those who have liked the page. Even if you have created a page, convert it to a group at the earliest possible date.

The other thing that I personally find very obtrusive is the requirement to have all posts be approved prior to posting.  Evaluate membership upfront by creating a closed group. The indivisible movement is not necessarily centered on converting people from the other party and therefore only individuals interested in resisting the current political agenda should be brought and permitted to participate within the group. Once these have been screened by group administrators and moderators, I do not see a need to screen and approve all posts. Prior approval before posting negates the ability of members to engage in a conversation in the moment.  Aside from that, if you have been permitted membership in a group, it is simply irritating waiting to have a post approved. Be all inclusive.

Do not be a hog and only appoint one administrator. Some of the best pages have as many as six administrators, and several moderators that monitor the group throughout the day. Establish a chief administrator that gives each of the other administrators an area of concern or a specific task. Some of the best pages assign an administrator to track all of the votes by Senators and the Congressional district representative associated with the group. Below is a short list of the duties you can assign to an administrator or moderator.

To reiterate, keep the elegant websites, Twitter accounts and Facebook pages, but creating a Facebook group page is essential to reaching the groups highest potential possible.

  1. Post voting record of your federal representatives:
  2. Post voting record of state representatives.
  3. Post articles and relevant information on certain topics such as; Environmental Protection, employment, health care, infrastructure stimulus and taxes. Any one of the subjects can keep a group official busy.
  4. Some of the most informative and interesting groups also assign a person to setup and maintain statistical files. These are very informative if popular subjects are selected. A good example of this is a statistical display of the deficit or surplus for each president over the last 50 years. Another, is a statistical listing of the number of jobs created by each president over 50 years. These types of files also keep membership informed.

Lets Resist Trump- For he is “The Liar King.”

R.J. Intindola

Indivisible America-USA


The Donald Trump Preidential Record

                           The Donald Trump Report on Presidential Actions


You may not know it, but to all Trump voters, you have been punched in the stomach, slapped, kicked while you were down and then dragged to a garbage dump by the man you voted for. This report includes a brief description on how Trump’s actions affects us as Americans. They are especially impact the lower and middle classes.

Each action is briefly described and a link provided in the event you desire additional information or verification of our report.


It will cost you more to buy or sell your home

You might have seen headlines suggesting President Donald Trump raised taxes on middle-class homeowners, but that’s not an accurate way to portray what happened. Instead, Trump signed an administrative order to halt a fee rate cut, announced just days earlier by the Obama administration, that would have saved homebuyers who don’t have big down payments Opens a New Window.and use Federal Housing Administration-backed home loans an average of about $450 annually in their monthly house payments.

The order will make home loans more costly for a large group of buyers — about 40% of millennial buyers use the program targeted by the Trump order. That, in turn, can make life harder on older owners looking to sell their homes and trade up.  Fox Business

Who are the Members of “Indivisible?”

                    Indivisible  Survey-II


Since January, 12, 2017 The Randolph Review and the Facebook page, “The Anti-Trump Resistance Coalition,” have been surveying indivisible groups on Facebook. The premise for the survey was to generate information on the characteristics of these groups and the individuals whom have joined them and participate in sponsored events. To conduct the surveys, we chose only closed to groups where membership is screened prior to being accepted into the group. These groups contain members whose basic emphasis is to Resist Trump.

We conducted each multi-question survey to a point of first 1200 respondents. Once 1200 respondents were reached, the survey ended. There is no specific scientific logic for utilizing a 1200 respondent number other than group member characteristics tend to differ by state and region. For example, the national percent of group membership within the age range of 60 or older, is 40.16%. However, in Florida, that number increases to 44.3% and in California decreases to 36.7%.

We also conducted several single question surveys in which case we stopped collecting data after 500 respondents.  Our latest single question survey ended on Sunday, March 5, 2017. We asked the following question: Did you vote for the Republican Party presidential candidate in the 2016 election? Surprisingly, 4.3% indicated yes.

The results of the multi-question survey that ended on March 5, 2017 is listed and described below.

  1. Prior to your participation in an “Indivisible” Group, have you ever been a member of a formal political organization?

Yes: – 48.33%

No:    51.67%

  1. Have you participated in an “Indivisible” protest?

Yes: –  47.5%

No: –   52.5%

  1. Have you ever been paid to attend an “Indivisible” protest?

Yes: see note

No:   100%

Three respondents did indicate they were paid which we discounted as an  error in selection of the survey question.

  1. Have you ever participated in a political protest other then as a member of Indivisible?

Yes: -69.6%

No: – 30.4%

  1. Please select your age group.

18-29— 9.45%




60 + —40.16%


We also conducted 41 in person and telephone interviews on the above survey questions and numerous others. If you are interested in participating, message me on my Facebook page.


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The Affordable Care Act

 The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

   Aka Obama Care



This document can be utilized in addressing your federal representatives regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA). You can also use the document to forward to your Congressman or Sen. to ask whether all the provisions will exist in the replacement plan. Not every section of the act is included below as some are strictly for administrative or ministerial purposes. You should understand that every American that has health care coverage is impacted by all the provisions affecting healthcare services in the ACA. As a result, eliminating any of the health care provisions, such as preventative health services would affect more than 300 million Americans.

We should note that most of the time in the media you hear comments  about the 20+ million people who currently have insurance because of the ACA possibly losing coverage. You may also recall hearing comments by Republicans indicating they will keep provisions such as leaving children on their parents plan until age 26 and maintaining coverage for pre-existing conditions. But there are some provisions rarely discussed by the media and at Town hall meetings that affect every American with health insurance coverage. These include provisions for preventative health services and no differentiation between men and women for premium cost. Prior to implementation of the ACA women were charged more than men for premiums.




Sec. 2711.  No lifetime or annual limits. Prohibits all plans from rescinding coverage except in instances of fraud or misrepresentation.

Sec. 2713. Coverage of preventative health services. Requires all plans to cover preventative services and immunizations recommended by the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force and the CDC, and certain child preventive services recommended by the Human Resources and Services Administration, without any cost – sharing.

These preventative services were built in to the ACC and are covered by plan premiums. Prior to the establishment of the ACA, these services were not included in a typical plan.

Sec. 2714. Extension of dependent coverage. Requires all plans offering dependent coverage to allow unmarried individuals until age 26 to remain on their parents health insurance.

Sec. 2716. Prohibition of discrimination based on salary. Employers that provide health coverage will be prohibited from limiting eligibility for coverage based on the wages or salaries of full-time employees.

       Prior to the ACA, some employers required a minimum salary level in order to participate in healthcare coverage.

Sec. 2718. Breaking down the cost of health care coverage. Health insurance companies will be required to report publicly the percent of total premium revenue that is expected on clinical services, and quality rather than administrative costs. Health insurance companies will be required to refund each enrollee by the amount by which premium revenue extended by healthcare insurer for non-claims costs exceeds 20% in a group market and 25% in the individual market. The requirement to provide a refund expires on December 31, but the requirement to report percentages continues.

Sec. 2702. Guaranteed availability of coverage. Each health insurance issuer must accept every employer and individual in the state that applies for coverage, permitting and he will and special open enrollment periods for those with qualifying lifetime events.

Sec. 2703. Guaranteed renewability of coverage. Requires guaranteed renewability of coverage regardless of health status, utilization of health services or any other related factor.

Sec. 2704. Prohibition of pre-existing condition exclusions or other discrimination based on health status. No group health plan or insurer offering group or individual coverage may impose any pre-existing condition exclusion or discriminate against those who have been sick in the past.

Sec. 2708. Prohibition on excessive waiting periods. Prohibits any waiting periods for group or individual coverage which exceed 90 days.

IndivisibleAmerica-usa  Feel free to download the file to your page or group from our page. Go to files.

R.J. Intindola


Anti Trump Protest Signs

WASHINGTON, DC – JANUARY 20: Protesters and supporters stand at a security checkpoint leading to the National Mall for the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20, 2017 in Washington, DC. Today Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. (Photo by Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images)

Indivisible Survey # 1

GOP Congressmen Too Scared To Hold Town Hall Meetings

GOP Congressmen Too Scared To Hold Town Hall Meetings

TYT Politics Reporter Michael Tracey (https://twitter.com/mtracey) did a live report on the Republican representatives who are suddenly running from doing town halls in the wake of a Donald Trump presidency. Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-NJ) nowhere to be found: www.wnyc.org/story/new-jersey-residents-hold-town-halls-without-their-congressman/ CA Congressional delegation schedule: https://ww2.kqed.org/news/2017/02/15/here-are-the-california-congressmembers-holding-town-halls/ Rep.

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