Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Tag: Republicans

Power begins at home: Vote

Building power at the state level matters now more than ever.

Trump and the end of antitrust

America used to have antitrust laws that permanently stopped corporations from monopolizing markets, and often broke up the biggest culprits.

Mainstream media are trying to spin Nikki Haley as a moderate

During her tenure at the U.N., she advocated and defended extremist policies.

Republican chauvinists won this battle against women, but won’t win the...

But the good news is that women are going to make them pay a terrible price for their treachery in the very near future.

The hidden money funding the midterms

Strategies that let super PACs delay revealing their donors until after the election are gaining popularity among both Democrats and Republicans.

Containing the catastrophe

With the addition of Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court is as firmly Republican as are the House and Senate.

55% of GOP say sexual assault not disqualifying for SCOTUS; What...

Morality ought to be equally distributed across parties, like immorality.

In an open letter, thousands call for Sen. Grassley’s immediate resignation...

"After the events of the past few weeks, we have lost all confidence you can lead the Judiciary Committee without tainting this and any subsequent nomination process with politics."

Donald Trump’s ‘romantic nationalism’ takes the stage at the UN

"...it gives us a better idea of what the American left will be facing from this ‘new’ right for the foreseeable future..."

The GOP wants Trumpism, just without Trump

Critics like that anonymous op-ed writer have no problem with how Trump's actually hurting people. They just want the leader doing it to look more presidential.

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

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.

Why Jeff Sessions’ final act could have more impact than expected

Just before he left, the departing attorney-general adopted a policy to limit the Justice Department’s ability to oversee abusive police departments.
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How blue states help red states

In reality, voters in red states are as dependent on the federal government as voters in blue states, and, truth be told, even more dependent.

Judge halts further fracking off coast of Southern California until a full review is...

"A federal judge ordered the Trump administration to stop issuing permits for offshore fracking in federal waters off the California coast."

Diverse immigrant communities unite to preserve TPS

For the first time, immigrants – all from diverse countries such as El Salvador, Nepal and Sudan – are coming together on the national stage to fight for their rights.

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