Any "congressional staffer serious about finding solutions wouldn't touch that retreat with a 10-foot pole."
But climate change is already a reality for many American students, affecting lives whether the subject is taught in science class or not.
This war he initiated is against the House Democrats and is based on political issues. But its also against this nation’s democracy and the people of America.
Three Republicans voted with House Democrats to approve the Climate Action Now bill – the first major climate change legislation in a decade.
Even as these candidates vocally reject corporate America, their latest fundraising reports show corporate America hasn't rejected them.
The Democrats aren’t going after the real issues. They’re looking for something else – the Democratic establishment.
The Office of Public Office Monitoring (OPO) announced this morning that at the present time, 8,253,667 individuals have announced their candidacy for the Democratic Nomination for President of the United States.
"The Save the Internet Act ensures that consumers have control over their Internet experience, rather than Internet service providers [controlling that experience]."
Future candidates who are able follow the model provided by AOC, Pressley and others have the potential to transform the party to be more responsive to voters’ concerns from healthcare to climate change over what will likely be an ongoing process that takes years to complete.