All news tagged with #Democrats

Lucas Sczygelski, USA 02/21/2018 0

The Republican War on Local Control

With increasing frequency, Republican state legislatures are passing preemption laws, which prevent cities, towns, villages, and counties from adopting policies that diverge from those of the state.
Ted Rall, USA 02/14/2018 0

Democrats Could Lose Again This Fall

You’re reading this, so you probably follow political punditry.
David Swanson, USA 01/24/2018 0

Removing Trump Will Require New Activists; The Old Ones Won’t Do It

How did a crime become a policy?
Jim Hightower, USA 01/21/2018 0

What’s Killing America’s Middle Class?

What we have here is plutocracy in action.
Gaius Publius, USA 01/05/2018 0

What Would Happen If Sanders Ran for President in 2020?

I want to put this on people's radar and suggest a few questions as the drama begins to unfold: What would happen if Bernie Sanders ran for President in 2020?
John Atcheson, USA 12/25/2017 0

Confederacy of Dunces: Neoliberals Jump the Shark in The New York Times

Last Monday, the New York Times carried what has to be one of the most ludicrous, Orwellian pieces of propaganda in recent memory. The title sums it up: “Is the Democratic Party Becoming too Democratic?”
Jon Jeter, USA 12/19/2017 0

As Trump and GOP Further Eviscerate US Public Sector, Canada Stops Imitating

What’s happening in Canada is the phasing out of a ruinous national experiment in austerity that took its cue from the default position of the political class in the United States for two generations and counting.
Richard Moser, USA 12/08/2017 0

How Corporate Power Killed Democracy

Corporate Power is the Fusion of the Corporation and the State
Steven Singer, USA 12/04/2017 0

“We Want Our Money Back!” The Rallying Cry of the 99% After GOP Tax Scam Bill Passes Senate

We want our money back! Every penny! With interest! Do you hear us, Republican Senators?
Tom Weisskopf, USA 11/16/2017 0

Is the Erosion of American Democracy Reversible?

The author gave the following speech at the 50th anniversary of the Residential College at the University of Michigan on Oct. 21. He has put into italics some of the comments he added to the original written text when reading it for the presentation.