I’m glad Nike had Colin Kaepernick in an ad. Let’s not all pretend Nike is some sort of social visionary now
“If student debt is a problem for doctors, imagine what it is like for nurses, teachers and other graduates whose incomes are far lower. Indeed, an entire generation is being squeezed by the high cost of tuition at the graduate and undergraduate level. Without expendable income to buy homes, millennials are living with their parents in record numbers, stunting the housing market.”
When the highest earners struggle with the cost of education, the nation needs to get serious about the problem.
Stephen Miller is an absolute piece of trash
“I have watched with dismay and increasing horror as my nephew, who is an educated man and well aware of his heritage, has become the architect of immigration policies that repudiate the very foundation of our family’s life in this country.”
If my nephew’s ideas on immigration had been in force a century ago, our family would have been wiped out.
Welcome to the fold Cynthia Nixon for New York
Nixon’s campaign against Cuomo, who has governed as a fiscal centrist, has won support from offshoots of Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign.
i’m very curious to find out what fb thinks your political leanings are, share this with your friends and leave your results in the comments section below. were you surprised? or was it expected? i want to know.
I’m sure Norwegians are going to flee their universal healthcare, clean environment, state of the art infrastructure, and world class education to come to some “shit hole” with none of the above.
People ask why I’m skeptical about North Korea having nuclear weapons. We’ve been lied into war for the past five decades, why aren’t more people skeptical at this point is the real question?
I’m not surprised the Democratic Leadership is going to hold “no litmus tests” for candidates on abortion rights. But seriously, how could anyone be surprised? Here is just a partial list of issues for which Democrats do not demand support from significant portions of their caucuses:
• Minimum Wage increases
• Universal Healthcare
• Black Lives Matter
• Paid Family and Medical Leave
• Fair taxation of the super-wealthy
• Financial Aid for Dreamers
• The fundamental right of all workers to Collectively Bargain
“What ultimately won the day for the right was its long-term focus. The left seems to me to be totally focused on the short-term — stopping whatever the Republicans are doing today. They’ll worry about building institutions and developing a positive agenda when the crisis is past.”
Economist Bruce Bartlett is a man of fierce intellectual independence — and courage, too. Telling the truth about Republican economic policies during the George W. Bush presidency got him fired as a senior fellow at a conservative think tank and brought to an end his long career as an esteemed GOP “…