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The People Have Spoken: They Want More Government
Jeff Madrick
So let's give it to them, by building a high-wage economy that protects workers, not banks and corporations.
Trump's FCC Has Begun Its Attack on Net Neutrality
John Nichols
This is an all-hands-on-deck moment for every American.
The Policy Weapon Climate Activists Need
Gar Alperovitz, Joe Guinan, Thomas M. Hanna
Government can save the climate from burning the same way it saved the economy from depression: Buy out the companies behind the crisis.
Local Activists' Voices Drive New Effort to Invest in Girls and Women of Color
Dani McClain
The work that the NoVo Foundation wants to fund is already happening, though it may not yet have the benefit of big foundation money.
Militarism and Diplomacy Aren't the Only Options in Syria
Mariam Elba
If we want to help Syrians end the war, we need to put them at the center of the conversation.
Mounting Incitements to War With Russia
Stephen F. Cohen
Villainizing the Kremlin--without much evidence--for crises from Washington and Europe to Syria, Ukraine, and Afghanistan is increasing the possibility of a US-Russian war.
Deported: A Father of Three Torn From His Family
Leighton Akio Woodhouse
Within hours of being pulled over for a broken headlamp, José Alvarez was deported to Mexico.
The Decade Before the LA Riots
Stuart Klawans
Let It Fall is a comprehensive history of how Los Angeles tore itself apart from 1982 to 1992, as well as the story of a dozen or more personal tragedies.
My Universe Continues to Expand
Sarah Lindemann-Komarova
Challenging the Western narrative that says Russia isn't free. 
Open Letter to UN Ambassador Nikki Haley on Our Report on Apartheid in Israel
Richard Falk, Virginia Tilley
Instead of responding to it with constructive criticism, you launched defamatory attacks on all involved.
 

 
 
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Women Candidates Do Better as Democrats, But Party Still Lags Badly
The Center for American Women in Politics of Rutgers University provides the most up-to-date information about the gender of elected officials at the federal, state and local levels. Exploring their data yields this profile: Women are 21 percent of ...
Political Strategy Notes
Ed O’Keefe reports “Here's how congressional Democrats plan to mark Trump's first 100 days” at PowerPost, and notes “While negotiating this week with the White House on a plan to avoid a government shutdown and strongly opposed to any ...
April 22: Zombie Trumpcare Refuses To Die, But Looks Doomed
What’s that gurgling, snarling sound in the distance? Must be Zombie Trumpcare, which as I explained at New York, refuses to die. Despite near-universal predictions of doom -- either now or later, on the House floor or in the ...
Zombie Trumpcare Refuses To Die, But Looks Doomed
What’s that gurgling, snarling sound in the distance? Must be Zombie Trumpcare, which as I explained at New York, refuses to die. Despite near-universal predictions of doom -- either now or later, on the House floor or in the ...
April 21: Trump Could Yet Provoke a Government Shutdown
In what was a relatively peaceful Easter Recess for Congress, Donald Trump’s fatal pride is again causing trouble, as I explained at New York: While everyone enjoys (and tries to exploit) the drama of an impending government shutdown, and ...
Trump Could Yet Provoke a Government Shutdown
In what was a relatively peaceful Easter Recess for Congress, Donald Trump’s fatal pride is again causing trouble, as I explained at New York: While everyone enjoys (and tries to exploit) the drama of an impending government shutdown, and ...
Political Strategy Notes
Some talking points about the latest GOP Obamacare repeal proposal, from Margaret Sanger-Katz at The Upshot:" "In the days before Obamacare, applying for health insurance meant filling out dozens of pages of forms and submitting medical records. It was ...
Next Up: Montana's At-Large House Seat
Montana’s at-large congressional district is actually a pretty big electoral prize. It is the most populous district in the nation with more than one million constituents, and it is second only to Alaska’s at-large district in square mileage. The ...

 
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