There is a political and policy movement bubbling up that historians may well someday look back on and call the most important development of 2015. A revitalized progressive movement is forging a new economic agenda that is energizing and mobilizing activists all over the country.
House Republicans continue to prove that they have no interest whatsoever in looking out for the average working American out there with this latest maneuver.
A Republican congressman who served in Iraq and Afghanistan on Sunday looked back at the Iraq war and declared that it was a "just and noble war"
I keep waiting: Is this the time the Dems really, really mean it? Is this the time they stand up for the needy and vulnerable? Maybe. Because this time, they don't have to worry about Obama's reelection - but they do have to worry about their
This has to be one of the most disgusting things I've watched in a long time. If anyone was wondering what network out there might be worse than the hacks on Fox over this "fiscal cliff" fearmongering, I think you just got your answer -- CNBC.
Rep. Grijalva: 'This Deal Trades Peoples’ Livelihoods For The Votes Of A Few Unappeasable Right-wing Radicals': UPDATE 1,2,3,4,5
There's an outcry coming from Progressives at this point, including myself and any way you look at it, John Boehner will need Democratic votes to get something done in the HOUSE. Rep. Raul Grijalva, co-chair of the Congressional Progressive
Chris Matthews Is Tired Of The 'Stupid Bickering Over Illegal Immigration' -- Thinks A National ID Card Will Solve It
Chris Matthews proves once again that he never gets tired of the sound of his own voice. While he's correct that the topic of immigration has been used as a political punching bag by a whole lot of people who are happy with the status quo as long as
Sam Stein at Huffington Post captured these surprisingly frank assessments yesterday of the (dysfunctional) U.S. Senate from three progressive congres
Raul Grijalva: Why It's Important For Progressives To Get Behind Obama's Comprehensive Immigration Reform Push
[media id=17381] I’m sincerely grateful for President Obama’s national address last week on the need for comprehensive immigration reform. Like
Greg Sargent reports that House liberals are refusing to support the Senate healthcare reform bill, which sets a whole new dynamic in play. Good for
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