Labor unions and environmental groups warned President Obama Wednesday December 10, that getting too cozy with congressional Republicans on trade issues could imperil other parts of his policy agenda. 952 more words
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Is voter suppression becoming the new normal in Canada? Unfortunately, it looks like the short answer is yes.
The Harper government took the opportunity last Wednesday to commemorate International Human Rights Day by… 556 more words
"Let’s Talk About 'Black On Black' Crime": African-Americans Long Oppressed By What Might Be Called "America On Black" Crime
OK, fine. Let’s talk about “black on black” crime.
That, after all, is where the conversation seems to inevitably turn whenever one seeks to engage a conservative on the American habit of shooting unarmed African-American boys and men. 567 more words
"Changing The Way The Votes Are Counted": Republicans Revive Bold Scheme To Rig Presidential Elections
After Republicans failed to capture the White House in 2012, they dusted off a tried-and-true plan to improve their future electoral prospects. No, they wouldn’t moderate their views or expand their appeal to… 682 more words
By: Josh Israel
Last month, a divided U.S. Supreme Court allowed Texas to implement a strict photo ID law for all voters for this year’s elections. 315 more words