There were 25 debates during the presidential primaries and general election and not a single question about the attack on voting rights, even though this was the first presidential election in 50 … Continue reading The Attack on Voting Rights Was the Most Under-Covered Story of 2016
Will an anti-voter-fraud program designed by one of Donald Trump’s advisers deny tens of thousands their right to vote in November? The Virginia list was a revelation. In all, 342,556 names were listed … Continue reading The GOP’s Stealth War Against Voters
The seeds were planted in an underreported 2009 meeting. It began when Jim DeMint played the Republican takeover of our government brilliantly, with generous help from the Koch brothers, and the Democrats failed … Continue reading Americans Wanted a Revolution, and Clinton’s Campaign Only Offered Them Obama 2.0
Donald Trump is promising the most liberal student loan repayment plan since the inception of the federal financial aid program, in a clear effort to court the millions of Americans struggling with … Continue reading Trump just laid out a pretty radical student debt plan
“Right now in every major poll, national poll and statewide poll done in the last month, six weeks, we are defeating Trump often by big numbers, and always at a larger margin … Continue reading Presidential election: Donald Trump would have lost if Bernie Sanders had been the candidate
Lines this long shouldn’t happen. Hm. Let’s see. What country should come in and monitor our votes? Source: There are 4,000 people in a half-mile voting line in Cincinnati today. This isn’t … Continue reading There are 4,000 people in a half-mile voting line in Cincinnati today. This isn’t okay.
Senator Marco Rubio of Florida is boasting about his efforts to sabotage a program intended to keep health insurance markets stable and premiums low during the start-up years of the Affordable Care … Continue reading Senator Rubio Makes Life Tough for Small Insurers
Congress Takes Longest Recess Since 1971, Leaves 4 National Crises Unresolved Congress started their 7-week vacation without addressing four major issues effectively leaving millions of lives in the balance until September when … Continue reading Congress Takes Longest Recess Since 1971 Leaving 4 National Crises Unresolved
Though this election cycle has been nothing short of unpredictable and exciting, it has also affirmed that the electoral process in the U.S. is not perfect. The nation’s two-party system has existed … Continue reading Who’s Side are You On? Why the Two-Party System is Dividing and Destroying the United States
Why would anyone do this? Donald Trump’s wife, Melania, takes centre stage at the Republican Convention but faces accusations of plagiarizing a speech by Michelle Obama. Source: US election: Melania Trump ‘plagiarised’ … Continue reading US election: Melania Trump ‘plagiarised’ Michelle Obama – BBC News
There have been many articles positing Donald Trump as a sort of anachronism from time past. This presumption is dangerous. Donald Trump didn’t hop in the deLorean, dust off that faithful … Continue reading Conceptualizing Trump and the Upsurge of White Nationalism
“You know, there’s a big move to create new bathrooms” for transgender people alone, Mr. Trump said. “First of all, I think that would be discriminatory in a certain way. It would … Continue reading Donald Trump Says Transgender People Should Use the Bathroom They Want
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