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Russiagate Is Far Wider Than Trump and His Inner Circle

David Klion

It isn't just the story of a few corrupt officials, or even a corrupt president. It's the story of a corrupt Republican Party.

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Demand That Wendy's Support Farmworkers' Rights

NationAction

You can also find out the next steps in the fight to end family separation and attend events to save net neutrality.

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Martin Duberman in Conversation

Christopher Phelps

The eminent gay historian calls for a new queer radicalism.

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I Came as a Journalist to Ask Important Questions

Sam Husseini

If I hadn't been forcibly ejected from the Trump-Putin press conference, here's what I would have asked.

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Special Operations Forces Continue to Expand Across the World--Without Congressional Oversight

Nick Turse

Even Congress doesn't know the extent of American military reach.

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The Trump-Putin Summit: From Rivals to Confederates?

Michael T. Klare

We may be seeing the centralization of world power in the hands of two nuclear-armed megalomaniacs.

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'What Happened to My Daughter? Who Had Her?'

John Washington

A father's struggle to be reunited with his daughter, separated by Trump's zero-tolerance policy.

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A #MeToo Movement for the Global Fashion Industry

Michelle Chen

The women who keep the global garment supply chain running are facing their own gender-based abuse.

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Tilting of the Supreme Court

Frances Jetter

With Trump's new appointment, SCOTUS takes a hard right in the wrong direction.

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What Happens When Political Candidates Say #MeToo

Katie Way

A number of women on the campaign trail are sharing personal stories of harassment and assault.

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The Democratic Strategist
Teixeira: Will Blue Dawn Break Over Arizona in 2018?
The following post by Ruy Teixeira, author of The Optimistic Leftist and other works of political analysis, is cross-posted from his blog: Blue Arizona? There were actually a few important places in 2016 where Democrats did better than they did in 2012. ...
Political Strategy Notes
At pbs.org, Meg Dalton reports on President Trump’s full pardon of Dwight and Steven Hammond, “father-and-son ranchers from Oregon who were convicted of intentionally setting fire to federal land two years ago…The Hammonds became central to the debate over ...
July 14: A Summer Turnaround in Midterm Polling Indicators
A check-in on polling numbers led me to the following cautiously optimistic observations at New York: [T]oday represented a bit of a landmark in the RealClearPolitics polling averages. The Democratic lead in the generic congressional ballot (asking respondents which ...
A Summer Turnaround in Midterm Polling Indicators
A check-in on polling numbers led me to the following cautiously optimistic observations at New York: [T]oday represented a bit of a landmark in the RealClearPolitics polling averages. The Democratic lead in the generic congressional ballot (asking respondents which ...
How Dems Can Use 'Loss-Aversion' to Help the GOP Brand Itself as the Take-Away Party
From Neil Irwin’s article, “Two Words That Could Shape the Politics of the Trade War: Loss Aversion — The pain of a loss tends to be greater than the enjoyment of a win. That has big implications for trade, and ...
Teixeira: The Best Path for Dems on the Road to 2020
Ron Brownstein argues in a new column on the Atlantic site that Democrats have a choice to make as they head toward 2020. He puts it this way: “Almost halfway through Donald Trump's tempestuous first term, Democrats are divided ...
Recent TDS Strategy Memos
Andrew Levison Memo: Modern-day "Class Consciousness" and "Class Resentment" Warning Democrats: Some Campaign Tactics Actually Lose Votes Democrats' Critical Challenge: Seeing the World Through Red State Eyes Candidates: Start Planning Now For The Day After Elections. ...
Martin: Iowa's Next Election -- Bridging the Urban-Rural and Class Divide
The following article by Christopher R. Martin, author of the forthcoming “The Invisible Worker: How the News Media Lost Sight of the American Working Class” and professor of Communication Studies and Digital Journalism at the University of Northern Iowa, is cross-posted ...

 
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