Of course, Donald Trump famously said he’d get 95 percent of the black vote in 2020. Then again, Donald Trump says a lot of things. Almost none of them are true. A new survey from Third Way and the Joint Center for Political and Economic
Description: It is clear that Joe Biden does not realize it is 2020 and not 1980. He suggested that he would consider a Republican to run as VP. It confirms the Republican-lite neoliberal moniker he has earned. Sadly, this is no surprise. The tone-deafness of
Excellent point below about staying focused on the most important issue – Trump must go. https://t.co/3hQyZiXShH — David Cay Johnston (@DavidCayJ) December 30, 2019 As difficult as pre-primary rhetoric has been, the alternative in 2021 is worse. We need to get past the media framing and disinformation
Think about this. The actual president of the United States is in a heated feud with a 16-year-old girl. And the president — if you insist on calling him that — is the needy, immature one. In an interview with BBC Radio 4 this morning,
Indicative of the current climate of coddled-hate gripping the country, it is not surprising that two houses, one literal, of worship were attacked over the weekend. Rockland County, New York, and White Settlement, Texas were the scenes of horrific violence this past weekend. Respectively, one
CBS News’s Bo Erickson is reporting that Joe Biden, one of over a dozen candidates seeking our party’s nomination, is open to the idea of picking a Republican to be his vice-presidential nominee if he were to win the Democratic presidential nomination: .@JoeBiden was asked
Archives By Dr. Bill Honigman, Progressive Democrats of America – National Outreach Lead I’m a recently retired Emergency Room physician, and after 37-plus years in the business I should know that #SinglePayer expanded and improved #MedicareForAll will save money and save lives. And as an engaged citizen
The NewYorker’s Susan Glasser finds a single word to describe the Trump era that really isn’t about underpants gnomes, even if it applies to most Trumpian policies, such as they are. There must be one of those long German words for all that soul-sickening worry,
Archives In solidarity with justice, Mike Fox for Alan, Mike H., Dan, Janis, Deb, Dr. Bill, Donna, Kimberly, and Bryan—your PDA national team. Need Orgs To Participate In Press Conferences Nation Wide Jan. 2-6th The Senate will be starting the process to vote on whether
The tagline on my profile says, as it has for years: “It is not the business of the state to help its citizens get into heaven nor save them from hell.” Apparently our esteemed Attorney General never read that. Nor has he read the First
Received this e-mail from Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D. PA) on behalf of the Democratic Attorney Generals Association: Friends: I know the hard work it takes to win a down-ballot race in a place President Trump carried. I did it in 2016 in Pennsylvania,
Received this e-mail today from Presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D. MA) in support of U.S. Senator Tina Smith’s (D. MN) re-election campaign: Friend, Donald Trump barely lost Minnesota in 2016 — in fact, he was just 1.5 percentage points from flipping it.
The annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union was held on December 9 in San Francisco. There should be a lot of updated information on climate change released to the public in the coming weeks. Two items discussed was permafrost and glaciers, including those from
A new article provides a narrative that while explaining the story of the Arms for Dirt scandal, that there’s a timeline for several parallel activities. It also shows that there are more than a few strands of related activity at work, especially since running in
The holiday season is a special time of year for Americans of all faith traditions. The arrival of Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year’s brings good cheer and joy to family, friends, and even perfect strangers. Above all, it is for many a time of reflection
Received this e-mail today from the Council for a Livable World: The latest edition of the highly reliable Cook Political Report states that the Senate majority is in play. Cook's Jennifer Duffy writes, “Democrats appear to have expanded the playing field enough to put Republicans'
Former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s former Deputy Chief of Staff, Adam Jentleson, wrote that a quick coalescing around Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren is best for a Democratic win. Indigenous Pirate Radio’s Breakdancing with the Wolves podcast’s Gyasi Ross appeared on AM Joy on MSNBC.