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Tag: Democratic party

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.

DNC fraud suit exposes anti-democratic views in Democratic Party

The suit has already clarified and underscored a crucial reality.

The Democrats’ new agenda is everything that’s wrong with the party

More bland messaging and populist posturing won’t save the Democrats. The party needs to take a bold stand against corporate power.

The lessons we learned from Jon Ossoff’s defeat

The efforts to build an independent capacity to recruit, train, and support populist candidates up and down the ticket should be redoubled.

Climate Judases: Three ways Democrats betray humanity

The Democratic Party remains as perversely bad on climate action itself as on the non-climate issues required to foster it.

Behind the media surge against Bernie Sanders

Like it or not, the battle over the future of the Democratic Party – including what kind of presidential nominee the party should have in 2020 – is already underway.

Infighting is good for the Democratic Party

The debate within the party isn’t a diversion or a liability. It is a necessary step to recovery.

Can the Democratic Party be transformed from within? Taking stock of...

In the wake of the Virginia primary contests, it’s time to evaluate the strategy of Our Revolution.

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Respect existence or expect resistance

“It’s time that we take responsibility for our own lives … that we create a world which gives us the power to act, instead of hoping that other people will solve problems.”

Congressman apologizes for nude selfie

Barton announced his re-election bid earlier this month and has no intention of resigning.

The rules according to Trump

Women rise against centuries of assault and sexual harassment. Yet a man accused of such crimes remains in the White House.

This company is turning plastic waste into public furniture

The New Raw's project, "Print Your City!" calls on citizens to support turning their discarded plastic into furniture by combining 3D printing with recycling.

You now have more time to protest national park fee hikes

"Our voices must be heard and we encourage the public to continue speaking out."

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