Can anyone who dislikes Sanders explain why to me? Particularly Hillary supporters
“Wall Street executives have heard from several potential 2020 Democratic candidates for president, including Sens. Cory Booker and Kamala Harris, as recently as last month, CNBC has learned.”
The revelation of communication between Wall Street donors and possible Democratic candidates threatens to exacerbate tension between liberal and moderate Democratic voters.
81% of registered voters support the concept of a GreenNew Deal, including 57% of conservatives who support it.
In rebuke to Trump, Senate votes to halt US support for Saudi-led war in Yemen, names crown prince as responsible for Khashoggi death
Good start. Now let’s end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, cut the defense budget, and take the power to declare war unilaterally away from the presidency and place it back in Congress where it belongs.
“Proponents of the Yemen resolution said America’s involvement in the war was unauthorized, unconstitutional and immoral. They argued that Congress has abdicated its responsibility for decades, fearing the responsibility that comes with sending American troops into harm’s way.”
Thursday’s vote marks the first time the Senate invoked Congress’ war powers to challenge U.S. military involvement abroad. Trump opposed withdrawal.
“Nancy Mace, the first woman to graduate from The Citadel and a Republican state representative from Daniel Island, South Carolina, said she had been sexually assaulted as a teen herself. She expressed sympathy for Ford, but said Kavanaugh deserved protection, too.”
As the Senate is divided on President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick, so too are women across the country.
Will the blue collar schmucks who support Trump ever admit they have been conned?
“Hours after he launched yet another “direct attack” on workers by canceling a modest pay raise for around two million federal employees, President Donald Trump told Bloomberg on Thursday that he is considering a regressive and possibly illegal plan to use his executive power to hand the rich another $100 billion in tax cuts by indexing capital gains to inflation.”