All News Articles for 2017-08-25

Friday, August 25, 2017
The group Tax March is behind a new campaign urging voters to demand an end to tax cuts for the wealthy. 'Not One Penny' More Ads Target GOP Over Tax Cuts for Rich
"The American people are sick and tired of the wealthy and well-connected not paying their fair share."
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Riot police use water cannons during clashes with protesters against the G20 summit on July 7, 2017 in Hamburg, Germany. Warnings of Slippery Slope Fulfilled as Germany Shutters Anti-Capitalist Website
"This is what advocates of censorship are spawning."
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DACA rally Outside Trump's White House, Dreamers Vow to 'Fight Like Hell' to Defend DACA
"This is all one and the same fight, and it's part of Trump's white supremacist agenda."
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President Ronald Reagan, whose administration saw a five percent drop in American workers' union membership, is being inducted into the Department of Labor's Hall of Honor. Trump Labor Department to Honor Anti-Labor President Ronald Reagan
Announcement of Reagan's induction into the Hall of Honor leaves out his firing of 11,000 striking workers
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Warnings Pile Up Against Trump's Really Horrible Pick for Top USDA Scientist
Trump pushing for Sam Clovis to serve as the USDA's top scientist is "a direct attack on science and our food and farm system," coalition says
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Bernie Sanders, Nation's Highest Profile Socialist, Once Again Voted Most Popular
Sanders has repeatedly topped the charts on similar surveys and can now safely claim being the nation's most liked politician
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Responding to the CareerBuilder report on Twitter, Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers, argued the results show the urgent need for "strong unions" and "an economy that works for us," not merely the wealthiest. 'Time to Redistribute Wealth': 1% Thriving While 78% Living Paycheck to Paycheck
As President Trump flaunts booming stock market, most U.S. workers as vulnerable as ever
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Planned Parenthood supporters Defunding Clinics, GOP Governor "Throws Women Under the Bus" in South Carolina
Facing a tough primary challenge, Gov. Henry McMaster accused of "political stunt" for banning public funds for state's abortion clinics
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CBP and ICE suspended border patrol operations during two recent hurricane evacuations, but they have not been given orders to do so as Hurricane Harvey approaches Southeast Texas. 'Positively Evil': Immigrant Checkpoints to Remain Open as Harvey Forces Evacuations
"Safety should be a priority regardless of immigration status."
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Leave your dog poop on Crissy Field event photo Rightwing Protesters to Be Welcomed in San Francisco... With Piles of Dog Poop
Bay Area dog owners plan to let their pets do their business on Crissy Field ahead of a rightwing rally planned for Saturday
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"There is a huge environmental risk to this storm," writes The New Republic's Emily Atkins. With Trump in Charge, Heightened Fears of a Hurricane Harvey Petrochemical Nightmare
The president's aggressive deregulatory push "has increased the risk of environmental disaster without increasing disaster preparation"
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