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Daily Archives: February 11, 2020

Ceasar: Grief and challenge

The intersection of guns, drugs, poverty, scant education, substandard health care, high unemployment, and corruption are literally producing conditions that invariably redound the hardest and worst on young people of color.

How to beat Trump

As the primary season goes on, and if there is no clear winner emerging, the voters are going to want to see the Democrats emerge as an organized group, and not a warring faction.

Charles Koch’s political operation readies for 2020 election: New PAC report

AFP's money comes from Koch Family Foundations and donor conduits like DonorsTrust, the Koch political network's dark money ATM.

Denver non-profit converts former hotel into affordable housing for homeless

“This really shows what we can do when we get creative about problem solving and affordable housing.”

A veteran’s case for canceling student debt and making higher education tuition-free

The G.I. Bill helped millions realize a future they otherwise may not have ever known. We can do the same again—on an even larger scale.

Bolsonaro sends Congress bill to open indigenous lands to mining, fossil fuels

Conservationists are convinced that the opening up of indigenous lands to economic exploitation would inevitably lead to extensive deforestation and to the contamination of Amazonian rivers.

Bernie Sanders takes lead nationally as Biden nosedives post-Iowa: Quinnipiac poll

“This poll reflects a fundamentally different race than pre-Iowa, one in which Bernie Sanders is the clear front-runner.”

‘This is history in the making’: Cherokee Nation is first U.S.-based tribe to preserve...

“It is such an honor to have a piece of our culture preserved forever. Generations from now, these seeds will still hold our history and there will always be a part of the Cherokee Nation in the world.”

The red-baiting of Bernie Sanders has already begun and is already laughable

Executions of enemies on the National Mall?