Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Bipartisan coalition announces new push to end US support of Saudi war against Yemen

Despite the fact that President Donald Trump has no problem accepting money from the Saudi government, many constituents have no desire to continue funding a needless war against the people of Yemen.

Tell the Truth about Bernie’s Health Care Stand

During the 1993 quest for a health care plan, Secretary Clinton sent Sanders an autographed picture of the two of them, wishing him the best and thanking the senator “for your commitment to real health care access for all Americans.”

Iran Debate: Clinton Steps Up to Oppose The Demagogues

Iran was the subject of one of the most troubling moments in Hillary's 2008 campaign, when she promised to "totally obliterate" that country if the mullahs ever attacked Israel with a nuclear weapon. Has she changed at all?

Trump and the GOP: A Troubled Marriage Heading for the Rocks

Donald Trump and the GOP seem like an unlikely pair for the 2016 presidential race. We will have to stay tuned to see if they will end up working out together.

North Carolina GOP boasts that its voter suppression efforts are working

Press release celebrates that African-American early voting is down in the state.

A Toxic Threat Is Killing Off Europe’s Killer Whales and Dolphins

Researchers find high exposure to PCBs could drive some marine mammal to extinction.

How to protect the right to organize

An economy is only as healthy as its workers are empowered.

While the Republicans Snarled, Hillary Smiled

We know conservatives left furious and whiny, but did Hillary Clinton's strong performance rally skeptical liberals to her side?

Trump’s inauguration paid Trump’s company — with Ivanka in the middle

As the inaugural committee planned the landmark celebration, internal concerns were raised about whether Trump’s Washington hotel was overcharging for event space. The spending could be a violation of the law.

Meet the Lobbyists Who Got a $250 Million Subsidy for a Milwaukee NBA Arena

Scott Walker continues his cuts to the public sector despite his plan to score the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks a new arena costing more than $250 million in taxpayer money. Meet the lobbyists who won Walker’s heart in the deal.