A short history of governmental lying
Kids are witnessing history being made. Teachers can help their students make sense of it using so many tools at their disposal.
Joy-Ann Reid brings us back to reality. Government shutdowns are a breach of trust with the American people.
The Koch Brothers Want to Re-engineer the Constitution to Advance Their Political Agenda. Prepare to Resist Them.
People are waking up to the fact that corporations only look out for themselves, and any accountability has to come from the voters to Washington.
C-Span reads the Hill Report on Trump's proposed cuts to government
Underlying Trump's plan to "eliminate" government regulations is the premise that "government regulation" is itself a bad thing. And underlying that is the premise that government of by and for the people itself is illegitimate.
After acknowledging that poverty is systemic, House Speaker Paul Ryan in an NPR interview turns around and blames the poor themselves as being personally -- even morally -- responsible for being poor.
A face-to-face apology? No, another facepalm.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria reminds his viewers that Trump's experience as a businessman doesn't mean much when it comes to understanding how to govern.
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