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Transportation & Infrastructure

Trump’s Plan for America’s Infrastructure Falls Short

By on December 20, 2016

As FOX News reports, America’s infrastructure is crumbling. According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, a nonpartisan panel of experts, America needs $3.6 trillion in infrastructure investment by 2020. The society’s grade for America’s infrastructure is a D+.

Of course, Americans don’t need experts to tell them that our nation’s…


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Environment and Energy

Climate Change is the Biggest Threat to the Earth – And Trump’s Cabinet Gives it a Push.

By on December 15, 2016

We’re teetering on the edge of a global catastrophe. We created an undying pollution machine that has acidified our oceans and poisoned our air and is melting our ice caps. We face mass extinctions for both flora and fauna. We face food and water shortages. We face rising sea…

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Candidates

The Smear is Here for Ellison

By on December 13, 2016

Ever since Representative Keith Ellison announced his candidacy for the next chair of the Democratic National Committee, the right has attempted to smear him as an anti-Semite. Unfortunately, some traditionally liberal backers have now joined in putting forth a misguided opposition. Haim Saban, who gave millions to Hillary Clinton’s…


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Environment and Energy Transportation & Infrastructure

Rise Up in Solidarity for National Day of Action Against The Dakota Access Pipeline

By on December 11, 2016

The ongoing protest against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) has generated a great deal of press over the past few months. This Tuesday, November 15th, we, the outraged of the United States will demonstrate our nationwide solidarity with the people of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe…

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Candidates

Stand up for Keith Ellison

By on December 6, 2016

Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison declared his candidacy for Chair of the Democratic National Committee this month, following endorsements from Sens. Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and Chuck Schumer as well as other members of Congress, plus mayors and labor leaders. Although Schumer’s support indicates that the Democratic Party establishment is…


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Labor Living Wage Voices

Fight for a Living Wage — Fight for 15 Day of Action

By on November 29, 2016

November 29th is shaping up to be a day of massive demonstrations as working Americans in various industries rally to support a $15/hour livable minimum wage. This national movement has seen multiple high-profile strikes before, but this may prove to be the most widespread disruption yet, with rallies being…

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Candidates Elections Voices

A Chance to Send One More Democrat to the Senate

By on November 23, 2016

Foster Campbell, Louisiana

The 2016 Senate election is not over. We still have the chance to send one more Democrat to the Senate. The Louisiana Senate race was too close for any one of the 24 candidates to claim the seat. Two candidates have emerged, however, as obvious favorites and…

In This Together


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Stand in Solidarity: We’re in This Together.

By on November 15, 2016

I was ten years old when President Bush took office. I watched from the sidelines as we entered two wars, our economy crumbled, and our civil liberties were eroded for the sake of “safety”. As it happened, I don’t think I was fully aware of the weight of what…

Step Up and Run for Office


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Elections

November 8th Did Not Stop The Revolution. It’s Only Just Begun.

By on November 10, 2016

Dear Fellow Americans,

The results of this years general election is a somber reminder for the progressive movement in the United States: progress is not a guarantee. The federal branch is now completely under Republican control and many of our down-ballot hopefuls were unsuccessful. Despite these setbacks, we must continue…


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Pursuing The Call Of the Political Revolution

By on June 26, 2016

By David Fredrick

The single hardest part about working together… is making sure that we stick together. Politics is a divisive subject, and by nature it forces us to take sides and hold strong opinions. So how do we step back from the war that is this presidential season to recognize…

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