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ALEC Doubles Down on Trump, Corporate Agenda at Annual Meeting in Texas
The corporate lobby group and right-wing 'model legislation' factory is back
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School teachers and administrators fire their guns during the FASTER Level 2 two day firearms course at Flatrock Training Center in Commerce City, Colorado on August 10, 2019. (Photo: Jason Connolly / AFP) Views
Of Course Guns Have Nothing To Do With It. Nothing.
The United States of American is really only exceptional in one undeniable regard: We have 300 million guns.
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No, Trump Doesn't Want to 'See People Mowed Down and Killed,' Says Sanders, But His 'Racist Rhetoric' Fueling Violence
The president, charged the 2020 Democratic candidate, "creates a climate where we are seeing a significant increase in hate crimes in this country—hates crimes against Muslims, against Mexicans, against Jews. He is creating the kind of divisiveness in this nation that is the last thing we should be...
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Workers and Shooting Survivors Slam Walmart Plan to Stop Gun Violence by...Wait for It...Displaying Video Games Less Prominently
"Stop hiding behind made up issues and come to grips with the reality of your role in gun violence."
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Handcuffed workers at the Koch Foods Inc. plant in Morton, Miss. await transportation to a processing center following an Aug. 7 raid by U.S. immigration officials. (Photo: Rogelio V. Solis / AP) Views
This Is How We Defend Immigrants From Trump
We are going to require deep reserves of patience, persistence and militant, nonviolent resistance to Trump, Trumpism, racism, white supremacy and violence.
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He was playing war. My guess is that they’re all playing war, in one way or another. (Photo: Scott Nelson/Getty Images) Views
Dead Canaries
When we mix racism in with the easy availability of lethal weaponry, it turns into terrorism, which is to say, collective lunacy—a lunacy surpassed in its scope and human cost only by the lunacy of war itself.
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By depicting El Paso as crime infested when Mexicans were supposedly unconstrained by a wall, Trump implied that Mexicans are criminals, bringing their crime over the border. (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images) Views
White Al-Qaeda, Trump and Economic Terrorism Against El Paso
Both Trump’s rhetoric and the shooter’s murders target El Paso’s economy in classic terrorist style.
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Linking El Paso Massacre to ICE Raids, Sanders Says Trump's Campaign of Terror Against Immigrants Must Be Defeated
"Days after immigrants were gunned down in El Paso, Trump is continuing the attacks on immigrant families. Our job is to reject Trump's racist agenda."
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A demonstrator holds a sign depicting an assault rifle at a protest against President Trump's visit, following a mass shooting which left at least 22 people dead, on August 7, 2019 in El Paso, Texas. Protestors also called for gun control and denounced white supremacy. Trump is scheduled to visit the city today. A 21-year-old white male suspect remains in custody in El Paso which sits along the U.S.-Mexico border. (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images) News
'A Guarantee of Not Being Shot Is Impossible': Amnesty Issues Global Travel Warning to All People in the United States
Anyone in the U.S., the group warned, "should remain cautious that the country does not adequately protect people's right to be safe, regardless of who they might be."
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Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-Texas) on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" explaining his motivation for publishing the names of maxed-out San Antonio donors to Trump. News
Progressives Mock Outrage From the Right After Joaquin Castro Shares Publicly Available Trump Donor Information
"Conservatives are literally more offended by Castro 'targeting' voters than gunmen targeting children."
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