Articles tagged: Democratic party
Erin Zwiener bobs up and down, soothing her three-month old infant strapped to her chest, as she makes her pitch to voters in a Buda subdivision. “When I was ...Read More
The election of Democrat John Bel Edwards as governor of Louisiana is one of the most significant but ignored progressive policy victories in years.
The last four years have been among the grimmest periods in the Democratic Party’s history. State parties in nearly every region have been decimated, Dems hav...Read More
Organized by the Democratic National Committee, the "Come Together and Fight Back" tour aims to unify the party after the fractious 2016 primary and energize the progressive grassroots.
Around 2,000 people gathered in Grand Prairie Thursday to hear Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders address the future of the Democratic Party as part of a nine-state...Read More
By embracing Bernie Sanders, the Democratic Socialists of America reaped the harvest of politicized young people no longer afraid of the s-word.
By embracing Bernie Sanders, the Democratic Socialists of America reaped the harvest of politicized young people no longer afraid of the s-word....Read More
You’ve heard it a million times from Republican candidates — the powers-that-be in Washington, D.C., are out of touch, and the federal monstrosity they cont...Read More
Fear won this election. In the House of Fear lives racism, sexism, homophobia, gun-fanaticism, and poverty.
Texas author Joe R. Lansdale surveys the post-Trump landscape, pruned into fearful formation by the "happily stupid," who didn't take Trump at his word....Read More
In 2008, Obama said he wanted to create Reaganesque transformational change. Can Clinton do it?
As the Obama presidency ends, his aspiration to fundamentally change the country is the metric by which we should judge his legacy....Read More