Friday, January 17, 2020

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What it means that Hillary Clinton might Run for president in...

Whether or not Hillary Clinton runs for president again, Clintonism is a political blight with huge staying power.

Gut check on the guttiest, nuttiest president. Bar none

We have words for those who elevate internal, non-logical feelings over mind – contrary to what that vast conspiracy of humanity calls consensual knowledge: delusional, hustlers, deceivers, crack pots or people of bad faith.

The left is already winning the 2020 presidential race

Democrats are embracing bold progressive policies – and setting the terms of the debate – for the first time in 40 years.

Crunch-time: Exposing the worst leadership stunt since the divine right of...

History’s greatest modern leadership stunt – that is, Trump playing at being president – has earned a clear dump-by date. Exposure of lawless Trumpery increases geometrically by its range, duration and interwoven criminality – plus the extraordinary number of insider sources.

What will Donald Trump be remembered for?

So tell me that he won’t be remembered for his absolute, if ignorant, dedication to the taking down of civilization.

Six potential lessons from our most debased presidency

To restore America, we need both vilify Trump for what he is – and defy his gang – but also reluctantly face how epic excesses clarity our moral, intellectual and political choices.

Trump’s art of the no deal (revised and updated)

One of the biggest cons from the biggest conman to occupy the Oval Office is that he’s a dealmaker.

Mexico’s election was a victory for democracy itself

The hunger for change manifested at the polls provides a vital impetus for the government as it begins to overcome Mexico’s vested interests and democratic deficits.

Mexico’s leftist president-elect AMLO promises sweeping changes on corruption, poverty, drug...

López Obrador ran an anti-corruption, anti-violence campaign and has vowed to expand pensions for the elderly, boost spending for social programs and increase grants for students.

‘I am the state:’ The rise of ‘democratic’ autocracy in Turkey

Despite this seemingly good news, there’s a growing authoritarianism on the part of Erdogan and his allies that’s had real world consequences.

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In a step towards justice, US Senate passes bill with funds for missing and...

Lack of sufficient data and jurisdictional issues has been a huge obstacle for finding justice for Indigenous women that are victims of violence.

Amid raft of state-level endorsements, Sanders leads democrats in new national poll

“It’s just one poll, but it looks like Bernie is unhurt and Warren unhelped by the brouhaha.”

Environmental groups sue Trump administration calling plan to open millions of acres of public...

"Trump's illegal, deeply unjust fracking plan would be a disaster for Central Valley communities, as well as our climate, wildlife and water."

What was the point of Soleimani’s assassination?

The Trump regime had no authority to assassinate a senior Iranian general. Nor did it have a reason to do so, except to reap revenge upon his past acts.

Is Pelosi preparing to drop a bombshell on the Senate impeachment trial?

We have no way of knowing what Pelosi will do, we can only speculate and hope that she does something that will prove to the American people that he is guilty as charged.