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"We've got to help people understand that these puppets have strings, man, and that we're being manipulated." more

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DonkeyHotey

So much for the peaceful atom. Will it take a home-grown Fukushima to get these Democrats to pull their heads out of the radioactive sand? more

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Andrew Blumenfeld

The Democratic candidate is a long-time advocate of privatizing schools whose stable of problematic funders includes the ‘man behind Prop 8.’ more

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Wendy Quinn

Ten years ago I would never have imagined 500 women and men marching in Fort Wayne, Indiana for women’s rights. Could this signal a tipping point, even in one of the reddest states in the nation? more

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Breathe . . . Feel your trust build!! February 8th is going to be a magical day. more

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It might have been a welcome opportunity to underscore the perfidy of Trump's team—if not for the fact that most Democrats supported his goal. more

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The Working Families Party began in just a few states. But lately it's been lending weight to elections from Birmingham, Alabama to Albuquerque, New Mexico. more

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New “autopsy” report urges progressive “re-boot.” more

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Michael Vadon

No matter its shaky political future, the bill outlines a fundamentally re-envisioned plan and a new bulwark on health care for those who have long fought for universal healthcare from the margins. But it's not perfect. more

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Former Ohio state senator Nina Turner hopes a "people's platform" will help shift the direction of the Democratic Party. more

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The Democratic Party’s marriage with corporate interests—like any poisonous marriage—means that a bold progressive shift is not about “waking up,” but about breaking up. more

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TeroVesalainen

As Democrats struggle to find their footing in the Trump era, the primary for governor in Virginia shows how the party needs to evolve on the issue of education “reform.” more

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Donkey Hotey

This is the one area in which Trump has bipartisan support. He does not deserve it. Airstrikes in Syria by a U.S.-led coalition just killed at least 12 people. The response from Democrats in Congress: radio silence. more

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A thousand activists gathered in Washington, D.C. at the People’s Action convention this past weekend. Their target? Translating protests into electoral victory. more

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Lorie Shaull

The outcome of the Ellison-Perez contest will shape how Democrats position themselves as the opposition party at a time of unprecedented mass resistance to the Trump-Republican agenda more

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How can it be that the vast resources of the Dems aren’t being engaged to support activists doing their darndest to defeat blatantly destructive Trump nominees? more

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Thank you to all the Obamas. Do you think smudging with sage sticks will help this time? more

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David Bacon

Reforming the electoral college is key to saving the democracy. People are working on it. more

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Tomorrow we will continue our work. more

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