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What Trump Hath Wrought
Bad vibes. Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images We were already freaked out by the unhinged, hate-filled spectacle of the Tampa brawl, with its jeering, frenzied, cretinous mobs holding bonkers signs - "Seth Rich," " Blacks For Trump," "Space Force Equals Full Disclosure," anyone? - and screeching at...
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Socialism on the Rise as Americans Seek Out Bold, Humane Alternatives to the Brutality of Trump and Capitalism
"Socialism is no longer a dirty word in the U.S."
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Still There: Black Power Behind Bars
The arrest of Delbert Africa in August 1978. Photo by Jim Domke/ Philadelphia Inquirer Almost half a century on, America's historically racist, vengeful "justice" system still holds captive 19 African-American radical political prisoners - including members of the Black Panthers, Black Liberation...
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Bernie Sanders Thanks Koch Brothers for 'Accidentally Making the Case for Medicare for All'
"I suspect that that is not what the Koch brothers intended to do, but that is what's in the study of the Mercatus Center."
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U.S. President Donald Trump (R) and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte (L) News
Ignoring Climate Threat and Economic Realities, Trump Brags About Building Fleet of LNG Terminals in EU—And Europe 'Will Pay For' Them
The need for new LNG terminals in Europe, said one analyst, " is like most of Trump's trade policy—illusory."
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'This Was the Plan All Along': With Workers' Wages Falling, CEOs Enjoy 'Eye-Popping' Payouts From GOP Tax Scam
"These Republicans used our money to give a trillion dollar payout to their CEO buddies," says Randy Bryce
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It’s Medicare’s 53rd Birthday—It’s Time Everyone Had It
Medicare for All is coming. It is coming because it is profoundly wise policy and profoundly winning politics.
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"The economics of the moment call for a political response – with policies that eliminate poverty, strengthen the middle class, and end the banking sector’s stranglehold on the economy." (Photo: Fed Up/Steve McFarland Photography) Views
An Economy in the Fast Lane – With No Brakes
When the next recession hits, the working people of the United States will pay the steepest price
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Koch-Funded Hit Piece Backfires: Shows Medicare for All Would Save 'Whopping $2 Trillion' Over Ten Years While Covering Everybody
"If every major country on Earth can guarantee healthcare to all, and achieve better health outcomes, while spending substantially less per capita than we do, it is absurd for anyone to suggest that the United States cannot do the same."
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Democratic House candidate Kara Eastman waves to passing motorists in Omaha, Nebraska on May 15, 2018. (Nati Harnik/AP) Views
We Need a Public Option for Prescription Drugs
There is no good reason or justification for continuing with business as usual
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