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Tag: Democratic party

Trump’s North Korea Summit reveals Democratic Party fault lines

In the United States, Democrats and Republicans should unite behind the peace movements that are driving this diplomatic opening.

‘Establishment wins’ are bad for Democrats – and the country

Even if they take back the presidency in 2020, the Democratic establishment’s ideas will once again fail to meet the great challenges of our time, politically or as policy.

Pyrrhic Party: The Democratic establishment’s War on Progressives

When the party machinery becomes a liability among its own voters, it is time for the party to change.

Change is coming: Grassroots organizing, Democratic politics and the 2018 elections

Time will tell how this transformation impacts the nation's politics.

Pushing for real change in the Democratic Party

Will the Democratic Party open itself up to the new grassroots energy and activism that is rising in American politics?

DNC chair Tom Perez, the Democratic Party’s grim metaphor

Sometimes a party’s leader seems to symbolize an enduring malaise.

Democrats need more democracy, not less

The Democratic Party’s problem isn’t that it’s too democratic. It’s that it’s not democratic enough, yet.

Why ‘centrists’ will sink the Democrats, if they haven’t already

The bipartisan, centrist political consensus is breaking down.

The unlikely alliance that could stop Keystone and transform the Democratic...

Natives and ranchers are teaming up to save their water and land from corporate takeover.

Movements are driving Democratic Party debate

The cost of suppressing this debate will be far greater than the costs of waging it.

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Native American water protector becomes first to be sentenced to time in federal prison...

Seven Native Americans face felony charges, while hundreds of others still face lesser charges for their role in the fight against the Dakota Access pipeline.
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Blistering U.N. report: Trump administration’s policies designed to worsen poverty & inequality

40 million Americans live in poverty, and 18.5 million Americans live in extreme poverty.

Rapidly becoming irrelevant in America: The principles of ethics and morality

It appears that we have entered an era in this nation’s history is which the principles of ethics and morals are becoming irrelevant in both this government and our society.

The Chomsky challenge for Americans

Americans might want to learn how to take Chomsky’s challenge – imagine ourselves in others’ situation – before it’s too late to imagine anything at all.

The constitutional crisis is now

We are no longer trying to avert a constitutional crisis. We are living one.

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