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  • Democrats' winning strategy for 2020
    The Democratic Party strategy for winning the presidency and Congress in 2020 should follow the same formula that won them 40 additional House seats in the 2018 election – make health care the number 1 issue, support broad based likeable candidates, and target independents and moderate Republicans in purple and red states and districts.
  • Draft Dodger-In-Chief Just Won't Stop Attacking John McCain
    Donald Trump, a rich kid who received five deferments from the Vietnam draft, somehow decided that now was a good time to resurrect his feud with the deceased war hero. Trump has been in a public spat with Senator McCain's daughter in recent days, which culminated in an unhinged rant against McCain's family for not thanking him for giving them the funeral that Senator McCain wanted.
  • House Democrats Pass Wide-Ranging Election Reform Bill
    House Democrats followed through on one of their biggest campaign promises in 2018 and passed a sweeping election reform bill that takes a crack at campaign finance, ethics, and voting rights reforms in one fell swoop. The bill would transform voting as we know it, notably making election day a national holiday and dramatically expanding early voting nationwide.
  • What's next for Republicans?
    The Republican Party has devolved into the Party of Trump, where Trumpism is embodied by a populist and unlikely ragtag alliance of rabid racist nativists, anti-intellectualists, overt flag waving patriots, religious zealots, rich oligarchs and corporatists finding common ground to unabashedly defend everything their feared and heralded leader says and does, facts be damned.
  • Michael Cohen Unloads on
    Donald Trump's former "fixer" and personal lawyer Michael Cohen unloaded on his onetime hero in a 30-minute opening statement where he, among a myriad of other things, called the President of the United States a "racist" and a "conman" who only cares about himself.
  • On this day in 1958, the John Birch Society was founded in Indianapolis by Robert H.W. Welch, Jr. Another one of the founding members was a chemical engineer named Fred C. Koch, who started a company in 1940 named the Wood River Oil and Refining Company, which later became Koch industries.
  • It's a well known fact that Vladimir Putin has long held a grudge against America in general, and Hillary Clinton in particular.This morning's New York Tines contained a LENGTHY article (a touch over 10,000 words) about the extent of Russian meddling in our 2016 presidential election. It's worthwhile to set aside some time, and read as much of it as you can.
  • May 26 2018
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    A prominent scientist has issued a warning for governments to evacuate the west coasts of North and South America because of the disaster at Japan's Fukushima nuclear plant: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/11/04/david-suzuki-fukushima-warning_n_4213061.htmlObviously governments are not going to do this. Other not-so-well known scientists have denounced this claim.
  • Nothing says peace like 60 dead Palestinians.The reason that peace has been so difficult to maintain in the Middle East is that the land known as Palestine has a VERY long history.For starters, the region was among the earliest in the world to see human habitation, agricultural communities and civilization.
  • About 20 years ago, I came across a profound article about the Four Irreligions. I wish I could direct you to the original source, but it seems not to be easily found. The four irreligions can be better said as “the state when a religion strays too far away from its original message.
  • "A Perceived Conclusion"The reason behind "Fact, fiction and the gray" " Liberty, Freedom and being "ok"" "The crack whore conundrum" and "Annie, get 'chur guns!!!" is to point out that the way we attack every lion in our lives is not based on factual evidence. They are based on some scientific evidence but mostly on our experiences and how we attacked them before.
  • Joe Biden told a crowd at Southern Connecticut State University on Friday that the country can't afford eight years of the current Republican administration."We're in a battle for the soul of this nation," Biden said.If he chooses not to run, Biden said, it will be because there’s a better candidate or he’s not emotionally ready.
  • This is the truth that President of the United States is bringing a real change in the shape of world politics through his truth and this is the reason that now people of tribal areas situated on Pak-Afghan border are fully supporting him. Actually corrupt rulers of Pakistan are still using the menace of terrorism for earning dollars.
  • Russia Duped Bernie and Stein Voters Too
    Lost in the coverage of the Special Counsel's indictments of over a dozen Russian individuals and companies is something Bernie or busters and Jill Stein voters would rather not talk about - Russia knew they were upset that Hillary was the nominee and exploited their anger with fabricated and sensational stories.
  • It didn't take a long for Congress to realize that the 18th amendment was a huge mistake. Officially, prohibition started on January 17, 1920, exactly 98 years ago last Wednesday. It was repealed by the 21st amendment on December 5, 1933.The guy who benefited the most from Prohibition was Al Capone, who was worth as much as $1.
  • Highly recommend this documentary to everyone. It is not a political documentary, it a humanitarian documentary.I shall say upfront I was skeptical about it because I studied film making in college and learned that is so easy to make so-called documentaries that are really just propaganda films.
  • Jumpsuit or Tailored Suit? It Depends What Crime You’re Accused Of
    An unarmed black teenager took a box of cigars from a convenience store. He was pulled over by police and tried to run away. He was shot six times and died at the scene.A black 12 year old was playing with a bb gun. Police arrived on the scene and shot him to death seconds later.A suspected drug dealer has his home raided by SWAT teams.
  • They left Sargent Johnson behind. He was found two days later , a mile away from where the fight took place. These fucking private contractors , the illegal private army run by Eric prince the evil criminal who has his own army is most likely the cowards who left Sargent Johnson behind. His beacon was on , he was alive. We must have a autopsy and a full investigation. This is explosive.
  • msnbc.com/brian-williams/watch/language...This interview with Columumia University's Linguistics, Professor McWhorter, is interesting because he's not a politcian, he is strictly focused on how donald trump speaks and how we can better understand trump when he he talks.Example: "Nobody knew" = Trump didn't know, and assumes if he didn't know, then nobody else did either.
  • As far as on how "White Supremacy" started; I don't think it is an sole US problem.All of it already started by the Catholic church during the "crusader" time ; murder everyone who's not catholic or "white". Plenty of examples: Murder all the Inca's, Aztecs etc. and convert them of what is left; that is why S. America speaks Spanish and is predominantly Catholic. Here in N.
  • Donald Trump: From Bad Businessman to Worst President
    Donald Trump has been a really bad businessman over a span of 48 years, contrary to his self-promoted and populist image of a successful businessman.
  • Bill Maher Brings on Obama Impersonator to Read Trump Quotes
    "Real Time" host Bill Maher has had it with how Republicans have a different set of rules when it comes to how they respond to what the President says now that he is a member of their own party, so he brought out Obama impersonator Reggie Brown to read some of Trump's most memorable quotes. What followed is eight minutes of cringe worthy hilarity.
  • Trump Holds Cabinet Meeting so They Can Publicly Laud Him
    It must be extremely difficult and depressing to be a cabinet secretary in the Trump administration. Not only do you have to defend the indefensible in your day-to-day activities, but you also have to be hauled into a cabinet meeting and heap praise on your boss in order to help feed his ego and keep your job.This is the world we now live in.
  • Both Charles Blow and Paul Krugman had excellent articles this morning about Trumpcare 2.0 :https://www.nytimes.com/2017/05/08/opinion/republican-death-wish.html?action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=opinion-c-col-right-region®ion=opinion-c-col-right-region&WT.nav=opinion-c-col-right-regionhttps://www.nytimes.
  • star-telegram.com/news/politics-governm...I feel so bad for Ted Cruz's family and daughters. I don't blame Trump, I fault Cruz for requiring his family to show up to a dinner that symbolizes that Cruz has brought his wife to Trump's dinner so she can suck his dick while their daughters watch.
  • Throughout his campaign, Donald Trump’s hate-filled vitriol emboldened scores of his more rabid supporters, and hate crimes against Muslims, Hispanics, and Jews increased almost immediately. One of the most recent examples occurred on February 20, when more than 170 headstones in a Jewish cemetery in the St. Louis suburb of University City were vandalized.
  • There is a Method to Donald Trump's
    “We’re going to win. We’re going to win so much. We’re going to win at trade, we’re going to win at the border. We’re going to win so much, you’re going to be so sick and tired of winning, you’re going to come to me and go ‘Please, please, we can’t win anymore…. And I’m going to say ‘I’m sorry, but we’re going to keep winning, winning, winning, we’re going to make America great again.
  • The Mormon Choir’s bad choices
    The world renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir (MoTab) is under attack by one of their own. Jan Chamberlin, a five-year veteran of the choir has resigned in protest because her church accepted an invitation by Donald Trump for the choir to sing at his inauguration. Participation by choir members is voluntary. Chamberlin could have just opted out, and no one would have noticed.
  • Since 1937, the inauguration of our Presidents have taken place on January 20. Prior to that time, they were held on March 4. This has been an extraordinary election, which means that the inauguration date NEEDS TO BE CHANGED back to March 4. I mailed the attached letter to Senator McCain yesterday.
  • The Seven States That Will Make or Break a New Democratic Senate Majority
    Four seats if Secretary Clinton wins the White House or five seats if she doesn't. That's the magic number Democrats need in order to retake control of the Senate next January and eight states will determine whether or not that happens.Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Indiana, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Nevada.
  • The brown shirts of the Nazi Party (Sturmabteilung) operated from 1920 to 1945. Their primary purposes were to provide protection at Nazi rallies, disrupt the meetings of opposing parties, and intimidate Slavic and Romani citizens, unionists, and Jews.
  • What if Donald Trump Said This About Your Daughter?
    Would you want your daughter to be the subject of "locker room" talk if that talk was about sexually assaulting women? Donald Trump wants to be President of the United States and the President is a role model for young children.
  • Who Said It? Alec Baldwin or Donald Trump?
    Alec Baldwin debuted his inner Donald Trump in a way only he could during Saturday Night Live's season opener and he did not disappoint. He, along with Kate McKinnon playing the par of Hillary Clinton, relived the first Presidential Debate that showed nearly 100 million viewers that Donald Trump is, in fact, a man baby. (Credit to Jon Stewart for coming up with that description.
  • The Other Clinton Foundation Our Media is Silent About
    The Clinton Foundation has been the topic of seemingly endless media attention ever since Secretary Clinton announced her intention to run for President, but what the media has been eerily silent about is the other Clinton Foundation that the family runs - The Clinton Family Foundation.
  • Want Party Unity? Here's the Secret to Understanding Bernie Supporters
    Shortly after President Obama was first inaugurated, Nate Silver wrote an article titled The Two Progressivisms. Understanding the difference between the two can go a long way towards bridging the divide between Bernie and Hillary supporters as we head towards November.Reformative vs.
  • Come on! We’re America!
    Sometimes we forget. Like the studs in the walls of our homes, what supports our way of life, for the most part, goes unnoticed. We hear politicians use the word “freedom” as many times as they say “and” these days, but not many focus on one of the most important words of all, liberty.
  • Watch President Obama Destroy Donald Trump
    President Obama has had more than his fair share of zingers directed at the 2016 Republican Presidential nominee throughout the years and his speech at the Democratic National Convention was no different. Donald Trump may have won the nomination, but there is no chance of him ever winning a fight against President Obama."Comb Over Here!"
  • Senator Tim Kaine: a Progressive Voice for Vice President
    For those of us who were first introduced to Senator Tim Kaine at the Miami Clinton/Kaine rally at Florida International University expecting a boring “Mike Pence like” white guy speech, we were surprised and blown away. We witnessed an energetic, animated, and smiling Tim Kaine give an inspiring speech captivating all of us with his every word.
  • Caucus Elections Are Undemocratic and Should Be Scrapped
    Bernie Sanders won the Washington state Democratic caucus by a “yuge” margin of 46 points, his largest margin of victory in his campaign. However, what is less known is that the highly publicized record voter turnout of 244,458 for the caucus was still relatively small compared to the much higher voter turn-outs for primaries and general elections.
  • 5 Reasons Clinton Should Pick Biden as Her Running Mate
    Hillary Clinton extending an olive branch to loyal Obama supporters by choosing to keep Vice President Biden on her ticket in would all but guarantee her winning the Presidency in November.Think about it for a second.
  • Donald Trump, slum lord
    Donald Trump, slum lordThe publication titled “The Nation” just published a book report on a book titled, “Evicted”, written by a sociologist named Matthew Desmond, a graduate student in Milwaukee who spent 15 months living among Milwaukee’s poorest citizens.
  • Why I am Rooting for Trump Landslides on Super Tuesday and Why You Should be Too
    Mark your calendars for March 1, 2016 because that is the date the Republican Party will likely be signing their 2016 death warrant by making a Donald Trump nomination virtually unstoppable.Ten largely southern and deeply conservative states head to the polls on Super Tuesday and every indication is that Donald Trump will be having a very good day in the vast majority of those states.
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton has been a progressive champion her entire life
    “One of the most tragic things that happened yesterday, a beautiful day, was that I was talking to a woman who said that she wouldn't want to be me for anything in the world. She wouldn't want to live today and look ahead to what it is she sees because she's afraid. Fear is always with us but we just don't have time for it. Not now.
  • Pundits Should Look Back to '08 Before They Count Bernie Out
    Beltway media and politicians alike have already begun writing Bernie Sanders 2016 obituary after his loss to Secretary Clinton in the Nevada caucuses, but what they seem to be forgetting is that they began writing his 2016 obituary since he threw his hat into the ring last fall.
  • President Obama has Many Options to Change the Balance of the Supreme Court
    The unexpected death of Justice Scalia throws a wrench into an already volatile 2016 election and what happens next will largely depend on a variety of factors and political calculations made by President Obama and the Republican controlled Senate.Here are some scenarios that can happen as the President and Senate battle it out over who will replace the late justice.

  • Just when did Ted Cruz become a “documented” US citizen (if at all)?
    Nobody is talking about one crucial aspect of Ted Cruz's eligibility to become President --whether Ted Cruz ever technically became a citizen in the first place, or that he might have obtained his citizenship much later through the naturalization process.
  • Oregon Militia Standoff Exposes Media's Double Standard About Minorities
    Thugs. Un-American. Criminals.These are words the media has used to describe minorities who are standing up for their basic human rights.
  • Dec 10 2015
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    Is ISIS Islamic?
    ISIS, the Qur’an and the Bible: Fundamentalists versus Modernists“ISIS is No. 1 enemy of Islam” -- Saudi Grand Mufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz al-SheikhAs of this writing every notable Islamic organization in the world has condemned ISIS, not only for the attacks in Paris, but also the ISIS inspired San Bernardino mass killing by husband and wife, Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik.
  • What or Who is Driving Ben Carson?
    With the steady increase in the Republican support for Ben Carson, especially in Iowa, it is time to take a closer look at what Ben Carson has said that has caused his popularity to rise with Republicans.In Iowa Carson leads Donald Trump by 12 to 14 points in the polls of October 26th.
  • Clinton v Sanders Part 1: Will They Play Nice or Take The Gloves Off Early?
    The top two contenders for the Democratic Presidential nomination are about as different as they come. Secretary Clinton, the unquestioned front runner, is a true politician. Senator Sanders, a formidable challenger, is an unabashed Democratic-Socialist and refuses to participate in the typical mud-slinging that has defined our politics for decades.
  • First and Foremost I am a Hillary Clinton supporter, long time Democrat and a female. I have campaigned walked precincts, ran Democratic organizations for many, many years and can not once remember a Candidate, with the experience, talent and knowledge that I knew would take us to the next level, promote and advance the programs of the last President and begin to right this Country.
  • The Donald Show Readies For Prime Time
    The Republican clown car officially has its top ten candidates selected for the first Presidential debate of the 2016 election cycle and the nation will soon be given a glimpse of the comedy that will be the Republican primary.
  • Jul 21 2015
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    Why We Go To War
    We go to war because it’s so easy. It’s as simple as that.
  • Love and Dignity Carries the Day at the Supreme Court
    "They ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The Constitution grants them that right. The judgment of the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit is reversed." And just like that, marriage equality is the law of the land.Today is a day millions of our citizens--both gay and straight--will never forget.
  • Why the Rich Get Richer: 145 Million Non-Voters
    "After they drove the car into the ditch, made it as difficult as possible for us to pull it back, now they want the keys back. No! You can't drive. We don't want to have to go back into the ditch. We just got the car out." -- President Obama slamming Republicans on the campaign trail, May 2010.
  • The Strategy behind the “Party of No” to obstruct job growth
    “We as Americans and as humans have very selective hearing and very selective memory. We only hear what we want to hear and disregard the rest.” – Frank Luntz, Republican strategist...
  • Trans-Pacific Partnership: Is Trade Good for America?
    The question, “Is trade good for America?” may seem a little trite to some, but in watching and listening to the heated rhetoric on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement, it is a question that one might ask to gauge how much the public has become so polarized on this issue.
  • What is really happening to jobs in America?
    "I think there is a world market for maybe five computers." --Thomas Watson, president of IBM, 1943.Sometimes the future is beyond even a CEO’s power of imagination. Sales of personal computers, tablets and smart phones worldwide in the year 2014 topped 2.4 billion, with 88 percent of sales attributable to tablets and smart phones.
  • You (Yes, You) Can Help Stop Police Brutality in America
    The tide is turning and it is turning much faster than many realize.
  • The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Why I support President Obama
    "If you want to go face to face with me President Obama, I'm ready to go because I have the facts!" – Ed Schultz responding to President Obama for calling out MSNBC for its opposition to the TPP.
  • Bibi's Win Provides Obama With a Clean Slate in the Peace Process
    Benjamin Netanyahu's reelection left many of those who desperately want a peaceful solution to the decades old Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a sense of despair. The Prime Minister's victory, in many peoples eyes, virtually closes the door on any resolution between the two sides for the foreseeable future with no way of knowing when or if talks between the two sides will start again.
  • The Birther Hypocrisy The Right Desperately Wants You to Ignore
    Do you hear that noise? It's the sound of crickets from the birther community after Senator Ted Cruz announced his candidacy for President of the United States. Why, you may ask, should there be any noise from this community over Senator Cruz's eligibility to run for President in 2016? Well, that's because Senator Cruz, unlike President Obama, actually wasn't born in the United States.
  • When the Senate Intelligence Committee passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act by a vote of 14 to 1, committee chairman Senator Richard Burr argued that it successfully balanced security and privacy.
  • The Schocking Fall of a Conservative Darling
    Aaron Schock didn't see his Congressional career ending like this. To be fair, no Representative envisions resigning in disgrace amid a mountain of scandals they just can't dig out of, but this is especially so for the young gun from Illinois 18th District who had delusions of grandeur for as long as I can remember.
  • GOP Leaders Ignore Selma Anniversary at Their Own Peril
    The Republican Leadership in Congress needs an intervention. There's just no other way to put it. How can a party who proclaims they want to open up their tent and be more welcoming to people who aren't old, white men not foresee the terrible optics of ignoring the 50th Anniversary of one of the worst racial injustices in modern history? I get it.
  • Sorry Bibi, You Aren't in Charge of America's Foreign Policy
    Who exactly is in charge of American foreign policy? President Obama or Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu? Any middle-school aged student would easily be able to answer this, but the Republican Congress seems to think differently.
  • Silencing Kremlin Critics is Nothing New in Putin's Russia
    Imagine the top opposition leader in America being gunned down by an assassin outside of the United States Capitol building. Then imagine the President assuming control of the inquiry into the assassination of his fiercest critic who just happens to be one in a long line of critics that meets an untimely demise.
  • Playing Chicken With National Security is no Way to Govern
    When did Republicans become the party willing to play a game of chicken with our national security? In their ceaseless drive to undermine President Obama at every turn, they have now backed themselves into a corner with no easy way to get out.
  • Just wondering if anyone has brought up that maybe Congress should no get paid if other federal employees do not get paid?
  • From Sergeant York to the American Sniper...the making of legends
    "The first time you shoot someone, you get a little nervous. You think, can I really shoot this guy? Is it really okay? But after you kill your enemy, you see it’s okay. You say, Great. You do it again. And again. You do it so the enemy won’t kill you or your countrymen. You do it until there’s no one left for you to kill. That’s what war is.
  • The Politics of Exactitude...when applied to President Obama
    Obama said... Obama promised... Obama lied... Obama should have... Blame Obama... If only Obama would... Obama is a wuss... Obama overshot... I'm so disappointed in Obama... Obama is the lesser of two evils...
  • Obama's Winning 4th Quarter Game Plan
    Josh Ernest has referred to Obama's proposed budget and executive actions for his last two years in office as "Obama's 4th Quarter", sidestepping any suggestion that it's more about setting the agenda for the 2016 election.
  • Obama Moves to Cement His Legacy With a Rallying Cry to Lift up the Middle Class
    Don't ever think of telling President Obama he is a lame duck. He has too many things he still wants to accomplish before he leaves and beginning the process of lifting up the middle class is at the top of his list.
  • When Fear and Hate Rules Our Minds
    "In time we hate that which we often fear." - William Shakespeare, Antony and CleopatraOn this Martin Luther King Day and as President Obama prepares for his seventh State of the Union speech, I ponder our political divide and especially how President Obama over these often tumultuous past years has become the focus of that divide, often rearing its ugly head in hate.
  • What's More Bipartisan Than Having an Educated Public?
    Is college a right or a privilege? If President Obama has his way then it will soon be a right for every single high school graduate in this country regardless of income or social class. The premise is simple: extend the already guaranteed number educational years every student is eligible to receive by two.
  • Charlie Hebdo Killings Underscore The Necessity for Freedom of Speech
    “We, writers, journalists, intellectuals, call for resistance to religious totalitarianism and for the promotion of freedom, equal opportunity and secular values for all.”This was just part of a collaborative response by French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo to then-French President Jacques Chirac back in 2006.
  • Six Reasons Why 2014 Was a Great Year for Democrats
    2014 was a great year for liberals. Marriage equality is sweeping across the nation, the federal courts now have a majority of liberal jurists, America's foreign policy is being reshaped in Obama's image, and both red and blue states voted to choose if they wanted to legalize a plant. Democrats may have lost the Senate, but their priorities surely won in 2014.
  • Sony's 'The Interview' Will Be Leaked; You Cannot Suppress Media Completely (Updated)
    It's official, Sony has announced they will not release the highly controversial film 'The Interview' amid massive and ongoing hacker attacks on their company and terrorist-like threats to potential viewers of the film.
  • 'It's Time For a New Approach': President Obama Moves to Normalize Relations With Cuba
    Cuba may soon be open again! After five decades of a failed policy that few could justify by any reasonable means, President Obama announced that it was time to move America in a new direction and begin to normalize relations with the island state. The bombshell announcement was made after months of secret negotiations between the Obama and Castro Administrations.
  • America is Truly Exceptional, But Not For the Reasons You Have Been Told
    Have you ever had someone ask you why you just don't just leave the country whenever you express even the slightest frustration with the status quo? It's a common refrain from those who believe in American exceptionalism and is something I've heard so often that I've begun to push back more forcefully against those who suggest I leave my homeland because I have the gall to question
  • The CIA Torture Program Has Damaged America's Image. Here is How we can Make Things Right
    The United States Government is responsible for torturing at least 119 individuals, many of whom were held 'wrongly' and were held for no reason at all.
  • The Economy is Taking Off and We Should All Thank President Obama for Making it Happen
    The American economy is taking off and not looking back. The Labor Department reported that 321,000 jobs were added in November and also reported that last month saw the biggest gain in hourly wages since June of 2013.
  • Are Online Threats Protected Speech or Criminal Activity?
    What should happen if someone threatens to kill you on social media? Are they protected by the First Amendment right guaranteeing the right to freedom of speech, or are they breaking the law? We will soon know now the answer after the Supreme Court rules on a case that may have far reaching ramifications well beyond the single case they are hearing.
  • How We Can Use the Pain and Grief in Ferguson to Change America's Police Practices
    The decision to not indict Officer Darren Wilson for his role in the shooting death of Michael Brown shines a spotlight on the flawed criminal justice system that we have set up in this country. An unarmed teenager was shot and killed by a police officer and that officer will never see the inside of a criminal courtroom.
  • Black Friday Will Only Destroy Thanksgiving If We Allow It To
    The day American shoppers lose their minds for moderately awesome, limited supply discounting is upon us! Black Friday is here, and some of the largest retailers across the country are following the annoyingly disturbing trend of opening their doors even earlier this year than the last.
  • CNN's 'Ivory Tower' Will Change The Way You Think About College, Forever.
    If you are going to watch one single documentary about higher education in the United States, you can do no better than CNN's 'Ivory Tower'. Is College Worth It? That's the question Director Andrew Rossi sets out to answer. The points made in this documentary are nuanced, and the answers are many.
  • Here's Why President Obama's Executive Order on Immigration is Constitutional
    Five million people were just informed they don't have to worry about uprooting their entire lives and be sent back to a country they no longer call home. Five million people were just informed they will be able to come out of the shadows and not have to continue to constantly look over their shoulders.
  • Repubilicans Caught Using Twitter to Stretch Election Law
    An investigation by CNN has exposed that the National Republican Congressional Committee and Super PAC's associated with Republican candidates in the 2014 election cycle set up fake Twitter accounts to share internal polling data, which seems to violate campaign finance laws in the post Citizens United world.
  • Obama's Climate Agreement With China Just Might Save the World
    President Obama's deal with China to dramatically cut greenhouse gas emissions may go down as one of his lasting legacies once everything is said and done with his Administration. The deal, which was announced at a joint press conference, set far reaching goals of reducing carbon emissions that surprised most everyone over how much the two countries agreed to cut.
  • Rethinking The Meaning of Veterans Day
    Veterans Day is one of those holidays that tends to make me think a lot. Millions of honorable American citizens have fought and died for our country, but I cringe at the collective groupthink we have in this country when it comes to idolizing a military that hasn't liberated one country since the end of World War II.
  • The $30 Million Education Race That Went Completely Under The Nation's Radar
    Money ruled these midterms, as pundit Jon Stewart of 'The Daily Show' pointed out. And in a big way. A $4 Billion big way. Yes, that's how much cash was inserted into the combined races for all the candidates in all the races this midterm season. And as Stewart also pointed out, it seems that 'ideas' were not on the ballot this year.
  • This is When President Obama is Going to be President Tough
    Now is the time for President Obama to get tough with Republicans. Many people may look at the midterm election results and think that Republicans now have the upper hand, but I would beg to differ.