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.
If you haven't entered the contest yet, you have 'til noon PT/3 ET here.
Blue America launches a Joni Mitchell contest to help raise some campaign cash for Grayson's reelection in the very expensive Orlando media market to combat Koch's and Fox News attacks.
Blue America has been especially thankful this cycle that progressive champions-- particularly Raúl Grijalva and Alan Grayson-- have been lending a much-needed hand to progressive challengers all over the country. As co-chair of the Progressive
So tomorrow for our Blue America Live Chat we're hosting Democratic Congressional challenger Lee Rogers of California, and this afternoon I came across this hilarious story about Lee that just makes me adore him: When one of his
Buck and his Killer RobotInvestigative journalist Dina Rasor is now on the Buck McKeon beat—not good news for an embattled incumbent drowning in a series of serious scandals, some just ethical, but at least one also criminal. She's especially
I like Will.i.am and admire the work he's done as a musician and as an activist. But the title of this post doesn't derive from him or any of the galaxy of celebrities who were at the People For the America Way 30th anniversary celebration