Thursday, February 27, 2020

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Bernie 2020 campaign has corporate Democrats running scared

We’re supposed to believe that candidates who’ve adjusted their sails to the latest political wind are just as good as the candidate who generated the wind in the first place.

Kamala Harris: Progressive prosecutor?

"Let's look at the bold ideas! And I'm eager that we have those discussions. And when we are able to defend the status quo let's do it, and when there's not merit to that, let's explore new ideas."

Abrams counters Trump with a compelling vision for America

Having a vision, a clear alternative to the prevailing nihilism, is something almost everyone can get behind. Abrams showed how to do that.

Dominion mistranslated

The “dominionists” are using a dubious translation of the Hebrew word yirdu.

The state of our disunion

This grotesque imbalance is undermining American democracy.

Who’s afraid of Tulsi Gabbard?

Although her calm, plainspoken style had already won her something of a following, especially among her fellow lawmakers, she first became really visible to U.S. progressives nationwide in late February of 2016.

The disaster of Howard Schultz

At this point, there’s not much we can do except tell every pollster we hear from that Howard Schultz should go back to selling coffee.

‘It can’t be Warren and it can’t be Sanders:’ Wall Street...

"The best indication of who you should vote for in the Democratic primary if you actually want progressive policy is who Wall Street doesn't like, which essentially means Bernie or Warren."

Progressives running for president

Of the potential candidates, only three are truly progressives: Bernie Sanders, Tulsi Gabbard and Elizabeth Warren.

Venezuela: What activists need to know about the US-led coup

“The United States has a long history of inappropriately intervening in Latin American countries. We must not go down that road again.”

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Bernie Sanders gains support in South Carolina as billionaire Tom Steyer draws votes from...

Billionaire Tom Steyer has poured money into outreach to African-American voters, who make up more than half of South Carolina’s Democratic electorate.
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Yale study says Medicare for All would save US $450 billion, prevent nearly 70,000...

The study in The Lancet found that Medicare for All, supported by Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, will save money and is more cost-effective than “Medicare for All Who Want It."

Bernie Sanders plunges to first place

So while there’s still some coverage that might be said to be stuck in the denial stage about Sanders for the most part corporate media have moved on to the next stage of grieving, which is anger.

Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere hit highest level in 3 million years

"The rate of rise in the last decade has been faster than previous decades."