Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Tag: Republicans

What’s at stake when we vote this year

Now, we have a choice: we can continue to talk at each other, or we can invest in one another, and do the deep listening that is required to win real improvements in people’s lives.

10 steps to finding common ground

It’s to get us thinking about what’s really happening to America. It’s exposing the abuses of power all around us.

Progressive Briefing for Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Baltimore set to become first major American city to outlaw water privatization, House Democrats fight back against Big Pharma, Republicans want to give Trump the power to shut down media, and more.

‘Primary every single one of them:’ 18 Democrats join GOP to...

Denouncing the resolution as a political stunt by the Republican majority, 133 House Democrats opted to vote "present" instead of yes or no.

Republicans should never again recite the Pledge of Allegiance

Republicans are not showing loyalty but, rather, clearly exhibiting disloyalty.

National (in)security

In the United States of inequality.

WATCH: Peter Strzok nukes Trey Gowdy for attacks on FBI to...

Strzok erupted about his political biases against Trump – who the FBI agent ripped as an objectively unsuitable choice to lead the United States.

GOP-controlled House passes bill to eviscerate nation’s marine ecosystems, fisheries

If the bill becomes law, it "would reverse decades of bipartisan progress towards preventing overfishing and rebuilding fish populations, harming the health of our marine ecosystems and the coastal communities who depend on them."

The con of diversity

Diversity in the hands of the white power elites – political and corporate – is an advertising gimmick.

With Kennedy’s vacancy, only voting can check one-party rule

Trump will replace the last centrist on the Supreme Court. Now only voter pushback can restore balance to Congress.

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American dominance in space? Why Trump’s push for Space Force is a bad idea

“This is a crucial moment where the public must stand and say ‘hell no!”

How Native American children benefit from trauma-informed schools

Students in these communities are disproportionately affected by trauma. When they act out, adults with training ask, “Is there anything I can do to help you?” rather than “Why are you acting this way?”
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10 steps to finding common ground

It’s to get us thinking about what’s really happening to America. It’s exposing the abuses of power all around us.

Progressive Briefing for Tuesday, August 14, 2018

DNC will take fossil fuel money after all, Income inequality in America vs. Europe, and more.

Donald Trump, gunrunner for hire

Welcome to the world of American gunrunning and start thinking of Donald Trump as our very own gunrunner-in-chief.

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