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Further Revelations on Trump-Russia Ties Build Pressure For Independent Inquiry

Just two months into Donald Trump’s presidency, abundant smoke seems to be giving way to the first signs of real fire behind allegations of coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign during the 2016 elections. 1,047 more words


Kelly McParland: This week, the Liberals learned, again, that promises sometimes cost real money

The most important vote affecting yesterday’s federal budget in Ottawa is scheduled to take place sometime today in Washington, where the House of Representatives is due to pass judgement on the Republicans’ long-promised attempt to revoke Obamacare and replace it with something they like better. 987 more words

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Trump's Childish Grandiosity Once Again!

When the Trump campaign was in full gear last fall, Senator Ted Cruz and he were engaged in a verbal slug fest with each other.  They loathed each other.  345 more words

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Republicans in Congress try to sabotage state-sponsored retirement savings plans — before they begin

Hardly anyone knows about them yet, but a batch of state-sponsored retirement savings plans is about to make it easier for millions of American workers to save for retirement. 42 more words

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Great Day at Rally for Texas DFW 3/6/17

Our campaign was out in full force at Indivisible DFW’s Rally for Texas in Rockwall on Sunday March 6. We were joined by several hundred hearty patriots who braved rain, wind and cold to support progressive candidates for school board, city council, state house and US Congress. 190 more words

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alternative healthcare debate

March 15, 2017

The debate about the Affordable Care Act, the attempt to repeal and/or replace it, is an invitation to examine the core values embedded in the various assumptions of the discourse. 827 more words

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