This week Blue America is encouraging progressives to contribute to Barbara Lee's and Lee Rogers' campaigns by offering one randomly selected donor who gives (any amount) a rare, signed Beatles portrait by the band's favorite photographer, Robert Freeman, who shot 5 album covers for them starting in 1963.
Bill-O distorts Rep. Barbara Lee's remarks so he can pretend that no Republicans or conservatives are racist and that the Southern Strategy never existed.
Rep. Barbara Lee issued a statement this Wednesday, responding to Bill-O's hateful remarks, where he attacked the congresswoman and called her a "race hustler."
Bill-O continued with his attacks on Rep. Barbara Lee for the second night in a row, and brought on Rep. Paul Ryan to help him play the conservative victim card after he was called out for his not so thinly veiled racist remarks by Lee.
George Will attacks Rep. Barbara Lee for daring to call out Paul Ryan for his racially charged comments.
Sen. Mike Lee admitted that, despite all of the political posturing we've seen from him and his new best friend, Sen. Ted Cruz, the Republicans are not going to shut down the government in an attempt to defund "Obamacare."
Melissa Harris-Perry's "open letter" went out to Rep. Paul Ryan, who held a hearing on poverty this week, but despite the request from Rep. Barbara Lee, refused to allow someone who is living in poverty to testify.
Tianna Gaines-Turner wants Congress to just ask a few SNAP beneficiaries to sit at the table before cutting benefits, especially compared to their perks.
The average American on food stamps gets just more than $30 a week to shop, but Congress is looking at cutting that budget by 20 percent. Congressman Peter DeFazio is working to prevent those cuts by showing what shopping on food stamps is like.
I had hoped to go to a party for Rep. Barbara Lee on Sunday, but it turned out to be too early in the day for me and we have those pesky Sunday Bobb
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