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Jun 15 2020
Colorblindness Is Not Social Equality
Racism is a fact. A fact that seriously affect people of color in this country. Black and brown people have been victimized by the chronic normalization of the dynamics of racism—social exclusion, economic disadvantage, democratic disqualification and lack of social equality.
Racism is so prevalent that people are often not able to recognize it even when it slaps them on the face. ItDaily Chela
Jan 12 2020
How political tribalism is leading to more political hypocrisy
Hypocrisy in politics is a time-honored tradition. Republicans slam Democrats for doing and saying the very things they once did and said, and vice versa.
Years before he became president, Donald Trump railed against President Barack Obama’s aggressive use of executive power. Today, President Trump faces criticism for doing the same. President Obama ramped up drone attacks againstChristian Science Monitor
Sep 09 2020
Hundreds of thousands of acres are burning in Oregon, California and Washington, and weather conditions are no help
About 40 large fires are ravaging the three contiguous West Coast states, and Oregon's governor says some situations have been dire enough to make even firefighters retreat.
Hundreds of thousands of acres are burning and thousands of people have been evacuated in parts of California, Oregon and Washington after extreme heat and high winds combined to let fires tear through territoriesCNN (Online News)
Jun 15 2021
The one Biden priority Democrats are confident they can get done
Democrats are surprisingly confident about at least one item on President Joe Biden’s agenda: confirming judges.
After four years of watching Senate Republicans install more than 220 of former President Donald Trump’s picks on the federal bench, Democrats are ramping up their approvals of Biden's nominees. The Senate on Monday confirmed Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to replace now-Politico
Dec 17 2014
MSNBC Host and His ‘Researchers’ Use Photo to Swipe at Two Well-Known GOP Figures…Then Came the Devastating Fact Check
A number of critics have been attacking New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie after he was caught on video cheering for the Dallas Cowboys alongside owner Jerry Jones during the game’s Sunday matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles.The Blaze
Mar 30 2021
Biden Names Diverse Nominees for the Federal Bench
The president’s first choices for district and appeals court openings reflected his campaign promise to choose judges from outside of traditional backgrounds.
President Biden began a drive to reshape the federal courts on Tuesday with a burst of judicial nominations that put an emphasis on diversity and drew from a broad range of backgrounds including public defenders.
The effortNew York Times (News)
Aug 13 2019
The impeachment whip list
120 House Democrats and 1 independent now publicly support launching an impeachment inquiry against President Trump, according to an Axios analysis.
Why it matters: A majority of House Democrats now support an impeachment inquiry against Trump. It will become harder for Speaker Nancy Pelosi to resist calls for impeachment, given that she now sits in the minority of her caucus.Axios
Apr 03 2020
AOC wants coronavirus reparations for minorities: 'Inequality is a comorbidity'
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez declared Friday that inequality is a preexisting health condition and that minority and low-income communities should receive coronavirus relief in the form of reparations.
“COVID deaths are disproportionately spiking in Black + Brown communities,” the New York democratic socialist tweeted to her 6.6 million followers. “Why? Because the chronic toll ofWashington Times
Jan 06 2015
Christie Faces Scrutiny Over Gifts From Cowboys Owner
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie accepted a plane ride to Dallas and a seat at a Cowboys playoff football game in a luxury suite from team owner Jerry Jones, who has a business relationship with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, officials said.
Mr. Christie’s aides said the gifts were acceptable under state policy, which allows the governor to take gifts from “relatives orWall Street Journal (News)
May 22 2020
Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort Got to Leave Federal Prison Due to COVID-19. They’re The Exception.
Michael Cohen is just the latest well-connected federal prisoner to be sent home early because of the coronavirus, even though he has served only a third of his sentence—well shy of the 50 percent threshold federal officials often cite in denying requests for early release. By contrast, prisoners like Eddie Brown, an Oklahoma man who has served a bigger portion of his sentence than Cohen andThe Marshall Project