A feature of 60Left will be the weekly Top Five tweets list, with references and texts, and at times, some additional commentary. These are the top five performing tweets in terms of audience reached, primarily through RTs. The timeline varies. They are taken from the last 30 tweets that met a minimum threshold.
This week, the top five tweets that have performed best during this period fall into four categories: corporatism, progressive politics, vegan, and revolution/political action.
Here they are, from top to bottom:
Hillary’s emails reveal an arrogance of power #corporatist http://buff.ly/1UmPJMv
This was a blog article of my own, an extended commentary, on information derived from
The Backlash Against North Carolina’s Anti-LGBT Law Is Growing #lgbt #homophobia http://buff.ly/1WR2HzJ
References an article by Bryce Covert (@brycecovert) for ThinkProgress News.
A development late last week that hit Twitter with a storm. Activists must let our voices be heard loudly and clearly as the state legislature in North Carolina seek to circumvent progress made by the LGBT citizens in their state.
Veganism is sustainable living in action, so let’s take it a few steps further : Ecorazzi #vegan http://buff.ly/1Uj9DYb
Article by Lauren-Elizabeth McGrath (@ for Ecorazzi
The article consists of a well-written list of practical tips on adopting a vegan lifestyle of sustainability.
Study reveals tremendous benefits of eating less meat #vegan #climate http://buff.ly/1RFVrZs
Article by Katherine Martinko (@feistyredhair) for Treehuggers.com
Presents a list of various eating lifestyles and the impact on the health of the planet.
Black voters have seen #votersuppression for years! Tactics are old, just a broader demographic! #DNC is not our friend, progressives!
This was a tweet I wrote in response to the appearance of voter suppression in Maricopa County in Arizona during the Democratic primary.