Bill Lueders

Bill Lueders

Bill Lueders is managing editor of The Progressive.

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"It is almost as if Trump’s defenders believe that anything they point to, no matter how flimsy, will be uncritically accepted as fact by Trump’s base." (Photo: AP) Views
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
Activists Prepare to Push Back if Trump Fires Mueller
Groups from across the country are planning mass demonstrations if President Donald Trump heeds the calls to fire former FBI Director Robert Mueller, now looking into his Russian connections. The effort, launched this fall, has commitments from more than 100,000 Americans to take part in 500...
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Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Do Libertarian Converts Know What the Party Actually Stands For?
Here’s Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party’s candidate for President, reflecting on his own supporters: “You’re going to find really wonderful, well-meaning, well-spoken people, and then people who are just bat-shit crazy.” It’s fitting that libertarians should run this gamut. The party is a...
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Friday, June 12, 2015
Big, Bold, and Bad: The New Wisconsin Way
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker says that, to win the Presidency, Republicans need to embrace “big, bold ideas” of the sort for which he has become known. Beyond appealing to his party’s base, this message seems to be inspiring his state’s GOP-controlled legislature. In recent weeks, as Walker has...
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Thursday, August 16, 2012
Big Money Ryan: VP Pick Funded by Goldman Sachs, Koch, Insurance Industry
Rep. Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney’s pick for vice president, may be the face of the Tea Party favorite caucus in Congress.
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