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I am definitely not the LGM health care wonk, but I wanted to point out to you all this proposal about how to get to single payer. The left always says, “Let’s have single payer!” but the conversations rarely go into any depth at all. What would that look like? How would we get there? […]
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Calling Republicans

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On May 4, 2017
Marshall makes sense here on how to deal with Republican representatives on this vote to kill millions of Americans, whether they vote yes or no. It matters just as much if your GOP rep is voting against this bill. To call and say “Hey thanks”? Not remotely. If your Republican Rep is voting ‘no’, it’s […]

Drain That Swamp!

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On April 26, 2017

Congressional Republicans are really going to sell the public on keeping themselves on the ACA while they continue attempting dooming millions of Americans to early and painful deaths. House Republica

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Dumbasses of America

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On March 19, 2017
The genre of “let’s talk to idiotic white voters who support Trump even though he will decimate their lives” is already more stale than bread baked on November 8. However, it does lead to the occasional special anecdote that truly sums up the stupidity of many white people. Blake Yelverton is taking a break with […]

Who Knew?

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On February 27, 2017

The last person to understand a basic fact is of course our president. President Donald Trump told a bipartisan group of governors at a White House reception Monday morning that GOP tax reform would h

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Repealing the ACA would decimate the lives of musicians who rely on it to stay healthy. This is of course part of the point for Republican “governance” that is launching a head-on attack on the arts. For much of his life, Andrew Savage, the 30-year-old singer-guitarist for New York indie-rock band Parquet Courts, went without […]

Sick Leave

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On November 5, 2016

The national conversation about the social safety net is in terrible shape, far behind where it was in the 1970s. There are of course sharp structural reasons for this, as the rise of the conservative

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