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Gillibrand ’20!

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On June 29, 2018

Just yesterday, we were discussing Bernie Sanders’ failure to call to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Kamala Harris couldn’t bring herself to it either. But of course, the sma

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As I have stated several times, the best possible solution to employment problems, including the upcoming automation crisis, is a federally-guaranteed employment program. It’s not a simplistic utopian idea–the details of course would all have to be worked out and would be complex in reality–but there is plenty of history of full employment ideas to […]

Gillibrand ’20

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On December 12, 2017

I’ve made no secret that Kirsten Gillibrand is my preferred 2020 Democratic nominee, at least based on current knowledge and who I think might realistically have a shot at the nomination. I thin

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Is Our Democrats Learning?

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On January 24, 2017
With the exception of Kirsten Gillibrand, evidently not. She is the only senator to vote against all three of Trump’s cabinet appointments. Yesterday, 15 Senate Democrats voted to confirm Mike Pompeo, a noted pro-torture Islamphobe. This is pathetic. Why? Why would Chuck Schumer vote for Pompeo? Why would Sheldon Whitehouse do this, of all people? […]
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