Wednesday, November 20, 2019

A record-breaking number of females running for House in 2018 midterm elections

With a total of 309 females who have filed candidacy papers to run for the House, it surpasses the record of 298 set in 2012.

From march to movement

There’s too much work to do. The whole world is watching.

Thoughts on “It Can’t Happen Here”

Are we just going to give this a whirl and see where it ends while the rest of the world watches?

Bill O’Reilly admits he falsely assumed an accused cop killer in California was an...

O'Reilly: “Turns out he's not an illegal alien, Eboni, alright?”

How to respond to EPA chief Scott Pruitt’s lie about carbon dioxide and climate

Don’t argue with Pruitt or his Koch Brother-funded cousins. Close down the coal plants. End coal.

Progressive Briefing for Thursday, August 23

Verizon confirms throttling internet in California during deadly wildfires, Michael Cohen won't accept a pardon from Trump, new poll shows Sanders would be Trump in 2020, and more.

Do bullies always win?

Trump's bullying worked with Canada, has half-worked with Iran and North Korea, but has had nothing but malign impact on Israeli-Palestinian relations.

BREAKING: Maryland Legislature Restores Voting Rights To 40,000 Ex-Offenders

The majority-Democratic legislature voted to override the Republican governor's veto.

A Twisted Tribute

General Martin Dempsey, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of staff, wants to honor King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia as a military hero. Claiming he's “a man of remarkable character and courage,” Dempsey might want to think again.

The New Truth About Free Trade

The fact is, recent trade deals are less about trade and more about global investment.