Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Progressive Briefing for Thursday, September 20

Lawsuit filed against officers for false arrest, mosquitoes could spread microplastics, Feds pledge more funds to target violence against Native American women, and more.

Forbidden questions?

24 key issues that neither the Washington elite nor the media consider worth their bother.

Too little, too late: Weeks after election, media see Trump’s conflicts, potential self-dealings, and...

The media mostly missed this pressing story once during the campaign. They can’t afford to overlook it a second time.

Donald Trump’s America

"It's a hell that remains largely private at the moment, but for how long?"

Progressive Briefing for Monday, September 3

Labor Day: When workers are recognized as human, $30 trillion to the richest white Americans, Los Angeles educators vote to strike, and more.

Urgent to progressives: Stop fueling the anti-Russia frenzy

Such eagerness to share undocumented spin as absolute fact has led many progressive groups to go with knee-jerk reactions.

Craft Beer vs. Budweiser: How Small-Brewers Are Winning Back the Neighborhood

Good beer comes from collaboration, not competition. By working together, small-brewers everywhere are giving corporations a run for their money.

The power of words and war on Democracy

How language can help in the fight against authoritarianism.

Is Trump-Bashing Good for the Media?

It seems that a candidate whose words and deeds are so far beyond the pale have finally awoken the press to the truth-squadding that is its job.

Picture the United States without student debt

Cancelling all student debt in this country would create millions of new jobs and increase the nation’s GDP. We can't afford NOT to do this.