Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Kyrsten Sinema flips Senate seat in Arizona in historic win

"As long as I've served Arizona, I've worked to help others see our common humanity and find common ground. That's the same approach I'll take to representing our great state in the Senate, where I'll be an independent voice for all Arizonans."
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Time for Medicare For All

The American public has a real choice here: expensive health care for the few or quality, affordable health care for the many. It’s time for Medicare for All.

The left is already winning the 2020 presidential race

Democrats are embracing bold progressive policies – and setting the terms of the debate – for the first time in 40 years.

Welcome to the ultimate escape room

Will this climate-change dystopia have a sequel?

Warning of ‘dangerous chilling’ of Free Press, CNN sues Trump for stripping Acosta’s press...

Defenders of free expression and members of the media denounced the president's move as a "clear attack on the First Amendment."

Crunch-time: Exposing the worst leadership stunt since the divine right of kings

History’s greatest modern leadership stunt – that is, Trump playing at being president – has earned a clear dump-by date. Exposure of lawless Trumpery increases geometrically by its range, duration and interwoven criminality – plus the extraordinary number of insider sources.

Bernie Sanders to re-introduce $15 minimum wage bill to new Congress

Current federal minimum wage is $7.25 an hour and has not been raised since 2009.

Baltimore joins global movement, becoming the first major US city to ban water privatization

The global movement to stop privatization deals and expand public ownership just scored a huge victory in Baltimore, as residents voted overwhelmingly to ban putting their water in private hands.

Why Jeff Sessions’ final act could have more impact than expected

Just before he left, the departing attorney-general adopted a policy to limit the Justice Department’s ability to oversee abusive police departments.
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How blue states help red states

In reality, voters in red states are as dependent on the federal government as voters in blue states, and, truth be told, even more dependent.