Saudi Arabia is a horrible regime. Anyone who praises them has sold their soul for money and power
To that end, we’ll be putting $30 million behind our youth organizing program in ten states, and redoubling our efforts with the Need to Impeach campaign — already over 4 million strong.
There will be more announcements on how you can get involved in the coming weeks and months. Stay updated at tomsteyer.com.
“The result today is a paradox. At the same time that the nation has achieved perhaps the most tolerant culture in U.S. history, the destruction of the anti-monopoly and anti-bank tradition in the Democratic Party has also cleared the way for the greatest concentration of economic power in a century. The story of Patman’s ousting is part of the larger story of how the Democratic Party helped to create today’s shockingly disillusioned and sullen public, a large chunk of whom is now marching for Donald Trump.”
In the 1970s, a new wave of post-Watergate liberals stopped fighting monopoly power. The result is an increasingly dangerous political system.
You should read this. Bill Curry is what the Democrats should and used to be.
A former Clinton aide on how Democrats lost their way chasing Wall Street cash, and new populism the party needs
A Xenophobe vs an Establishment Neo-Liberal, I see another Trump style upset in France.
The two frontrunners in the French presidential election are poles apart: one stands for identity and culture; the other for globalism and free movement