Tag: Rahm Emanuel
The big lie in Rahm Emanuel’s Senate testimony
Now all eyes will be on Merkley – and other Democratic senators who profess that “Black lives mater” and that police need to be held accountable – to see whether they vote to confirm this tainted mayor and elevate him to a prestigious ambassadorship.
Why Lindsey Graham is trying to rescue Rahm Emanuel
Now, Graham is an important ally in Emanuel’s campaign for ambassador to Japan.
Will Senate Democrats stoop to confirming Rahm Emanuel as ambassador?
Despite the pressure for party-line conformity, Democratic support for the nomination could fracture in the Senate.
Biden’s eloquence about George Floyd will ring hollow if Rahm Emanuel...
“Rahm Emanuel helped cover up the murder of Laquan McDonald. Covering up a murder is disqualifying for public leadership.”
Progressive Briefing for Wednesday, September 5
Women's March disrupts Kavanaugh hearing, Senator Jon Kyl replaces McCain, Rahm Emanuel not seeking re-election, and more.
Candidates for 2015’s “Hypocrite of the Year”
There are so many candidates. But the people included here stand out in their various areas of nefarious behavior: warmaking, tax avoidance, consumer gouging, environmental destruction, and criminal arrogance.
VIDEO: Chicago Hunger Strikers Enter Day 19 Challenging Rahm Emanuel’s Push...
A group of protesters have entered the nineteenth day of a hunger strike to save Dyett High School, the only remaining open-enrollment public high school left in Chicago. Is this Rahm Emanuel push to privatize education?
Rahm Emanuel: Symbol of a Sick America
It's people like Rahm Emanuel, the privatizer of Chicago and "strikingly corrupt mayor," who snubs the needs of average people and manifest a persistent inequality that plagues America. This is just part of a sick America.
Why a Loss for Chicago’s Mayor 1 Percent Could be the...
While Chicago politics has always been rough and tumble, this April could mean the beginning of a new era not only for Chicago, but for the progressive wave. Democratic politicians might be forced to finally listen to their base.