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The Near Future

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On August 28, 2016

It’s not like you needed any reminder that hard-core Republican obstructionism that has stopped any progressive legislation from being passed since 2009 is going to change one iota once Hillary

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Hillary’s First 100 Days

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On July 5, 2016
Any sort of insider article that seeks to forecast the first days of a presidency needs to be taken with a huge salt lick. But if this piece on Hillary’s early priorities as president is accurate, it shows the mixed bag one would expect. If her top legislative goal is immigration reform that includes a […]

Hillary at AIPAC

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On March 22, 2016

Not good. Not good at all. As Joe Biden acknowledged in his AIPAC speech on Sunday, Israel’s “steady and systematic process of expanding settlements, legalizing outposts, seizing land” is making

Labor and Hillary

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On March 16, 2016

To paraphrase Hamilton Nolan, did organized labor fuck up by supporting Hillary Clinton? That is not probable, of course. With the backing of the big unions, Hillary Clinton stands today as the statis

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Hillary and Henry

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On February 6, 2016
Pareene nails why Hillary Clinton citing Henry Kissinger is a problem–she just doesn’t understand the Democratic primary voter very well. The point I’m making here is not, [Glenn Greenwald voice] HILLARY CLINTON SUPPORTS A WAR CRIMINAL. (Trust me, I know Kissinger isn’t moving many votes in New Hampshire.) It’s that Hillary Clinton exists in a […]
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