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The republicans who repeatedly criticized the democrat’s presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton while she was the U.S. secretary of state, for the appearance of “conflict of interest” for every time a foreign dignitary donated monies to the Clinton Foundation, had better be prepared to hold their republican President-elect Donald Trump to the same standard. 1,668 more words

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Italia Sì, Italia No: Explaining Tomorrow’s Referendum

On December 4th the Italian people will be called to the polling stations with a heavy lift on their shoulders: the Italian Constitution. But what exactly are we going to vote on? 1,341 more words

Foreign Affairs

The republican President-elect is not winning high marks by the U.S. state department for his tact and understanding of accepted protocols when interacting with dignitaries from around the world. 1,017 more words


A somber harbinger

I’ll admit I know very little about the machinations within the House Democratic Caucus. I have no doubt the strings and chains of its internal workings are beyond my comprehension and it would likely disgust me to understand them. 271 more words

Where Do We Go From Here? New York Dems Weigh in on the Party's Future

As the Democratic Party continues to process the unexpected defeat of Hillary Clinton by Republican nominee Donald Trump earlier this month, New York Democrats find themselves at a standstill as they try to determine the way forward. 1,486 more words

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US Senator Corey Booker on Criminal Justice Reform - Fair Chance Business Pledge

Washington, DC – If someone had pulled aside the signers of the Declaration of Independence 240 years ago and told them that, one day, the country they founded would be home to the largest number of imprisoned people in the world, they might have been more than a little disappointed. 437 more words


It has been widely reported that the republican President-elect Donald Trump will be making decisions on how to divest himself from all of his financial dealings that could possibly present his office with serious “conflict of interests” problems in the future. 1,319 more words