Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) warned that the nation’s justices are preparing to cement the power of American oligarchs to influence elections.
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<span class="floatleft"><img src="http://www.progressive.org/images/staff/stephenwebstermugshot.gif" width="70" ></span>Stephen C. Webster is The Progressive's web editor and director of our online operations. He previously spent five years as senior editor for The Raw Story, helping to grow the publication from 50,000 monthly readers to a 5 million reader powerhouse. His work has been cited in publications like The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, Think Progress, Wired and Time, among others. Before making it in the national press, Webster put in four years with The Lone Star Iconoclast in Crawford, Texas, then moved on to The Dallas Business Journal, The Dallas Morning News, Fort Worth Weekly and Austin Monthly. He joined The Progressive in 2013. Follow him on Twitter <a href="https://twitter.com/stephencwebster">@StephenCWebster.</a><br>
The Republican-led government shutdown is taking its toll, and not just on civilian workers who’ve been furloughed.
Giant, killer hornets that fly faster than people run are killing dozens and injuring thousands across China and Japan.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry defended the kidnapping and rendition of suspected terrorist Anas al-Liby.
In a bit of do-it-yourself investigative work, Ms. staffers working on “Where Is Your Plan B?” fanned out across Los Angeles pharmacies looking for how Plan B One-Step is being sold.
O’Reilly continually insisted that the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchanges are “not working”.
A deep chill of uncertainty blew into Washington, D.C. Tuesday morning as the U.S. government went into partial shutdown.
Why he doesn’t want Americans to taste Obamacare.
Look how far we’ve come from McCarthyism!
How “foolhardy” will governments be? James Hansen wants to know.
It’s enough to make you wonder if he’s got much longer on the air, especially when his host network is ashamed to rebroadcast his words.
In a parting message to the National Security Agency, nameless activists claiming affiliation with the hacker group “Anonymous” threw down the gauntlet.
“I’ve spent almost 12 years as a narcotics detective, and my experience shows me that the war on drugs has been a failure.”
Why the sci-fi film is practically made for progressives.
How his War on Drugs just killed a two-year-old.