Neera Tanden is the head of the American Center for Progress, a Democratic think tank. The fact that she doesn’t get this, tells you everything you need to know about the Democratic Party elites. Totally out of touch
The French are braver than Americans
The wonderful atmosphere with all kinds of people united arriving at the Place de la Bastille and singing «du mouvement, du mouvement, du mouvement social».
After Years of Fearmongering Mythical Threat of Voter Fraud, GOP ‘Silence Now Deafening’ as Real Election Fraud Exposed in North Carolina
It’s only okay when our party does it – politics 101
“After years of insisting there’s rampant election fraud in North Carolina and accusing Democrats of indifference or complicity, there’s finally a case that looks like real, election-changing election fraud.”
“It just so happens that it’s alleged to have benefited a Republican,” Graham concluded. “Suddenly, the North Carolina GOP is less concerned about the effects of fraud.”
“There’s finally a case that looks like real, election-changing election fraud. It just so happens that it’s alleged to have benefited a Republican. Suddenly, the North Carolina GOP is less concerned about the effects of fraud.”
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Being friends with war criminals is totally cool now #bipartisanship
Former first lady Michelle Obama said ex-President George W. Bush has become her “partner in crime” after years of sitting together at events.
Fields faces 20 years to life for the first-degree murder charge, and will be sentenced at a later date.
Happy Birthday Professor Chomsky!
Happy 90th birthday to Noam Chomsky, perhaps the single greatest inspiration for the founding of FAIR. This path-breaking activist, writer and academic has taught millions of people how to think critically about the propaganda function of the news media.
In this piece by Noam that we ran in our magazine Extra! in 2007, he laid out one of the fundamental tenets of his criticism: “The principle of universality…is the foundation of any moral code that can be taken seriously. It’s the principle that we apply to ourselves the same standards that we apply to others, if not more stringent ones.”