Another Chance for Community Organizing in 2018 and 2020

One of the biggest disappointments of Barack Obama's presidency was that it did not engender a new wave of community organizers to sustain the president's agenda, and protect his veto-proof majority in the Congress, 2009-11. This failure ultimately spawned distrust and disenchantment with the system among progressives and the Bernie Sanders "movement." What a hopeful,... Continue Reading →


Will Republicans Offend Voters Enough to Lose the House in 2018?

A Republican Congressman from Nebraska wants to slash food stamps and refuses to say that Americans are entitled to eat. In other words, it's ok if they starve. A Republican candidate for Congress in Montana assaults a reporter but still manages to win a special election. Another declares that "nobody dies" for lack of health insurance,... Continue Reading →

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