On this day of the 2020 Women’s March, masses of people across the nation will gather and march to call for recognizing the human rights of women as a necessary element of a truly just and equal society for all.
Democrats lost the presidency to Donald Trump in 2016, partly because the Clinton campaign couldn’t compete in the arena of digital media.
But that was then. Now, it’s a whole new world, and Democratic 2020 candidates have all made using the internet effectively one of their top priorities.
(Reuters) – The Democratic Party on Monday picked Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to host the 2020 nominating convention to formally select its candidate for U.S. president, four years after Hillary Clinton narrowly lost the Midwestern state to Republican Donald Trump.
On Sunday night, speaking to a well-healed audience on New York City’s Upper East Side, he said that American voters must end Donald Trump’s presidency with a “landslide victory for his opponent” in 2020.
In a multi-front House inquiry of Trump, his business interests and his presidency, Nadler would link arms with Elijah Cummings, who would become head of the House Oversight Committee, and Adam Schiff, who would chair the House Intelligence Committee.
ActBlue, an online clearinghouse for Democratic donors, reported that they raised $10 million from small donors on Friday, their highest daily total ever since the site was founded.
The Democratic Party's dreams are coming true, as they are going to get to run against a crime wave of Trump and Republican corruption.
Boston hedge fund billionaire Seth Klarman spent over $7 million donating to Republican candidates and political action committees during the years that Obama was president. In effect, you could say that Klarman used his fortune to help the GOP take control of the government.
A new Associated Press poll shows that here is a very high level of agreement among younger Americans about President Donald Trump. Over 70% of them say he “doesn’t reflect my personal values.”
A new NBC poll released Thursday morning should be a wakeup call to the NRA and its supporters in Washington, including President Trump. Most people think that putting more guns in schools is a really bad idea.
One Democratic representative called Trump a "child who hates science class."
"Trump's very much in line here with what you'd expect to see from a president whose party takes a shellacking in a midterm election."
There is no longer any excuse for members of Congress – especially the Democrats – to curb their opposition to this president and his dangerous agenda.
It's time for Democrats to remember that the sitting President of the United States still has paid no political or legal price for his own behavior.
Democrats have stepped up to the plate and are trying to put billions of dollars toward a crisis that deserves more than just lip service.
If the GOP continues to embrace Trump and push for policies that put the donor class over the middle class, what happened on Tuesday will happen on a much larger scale in 2018 – and beyond.
As gun violence continues to rear its ugly head all across this country, the American people want to see real change, not more extremist, guns-everywhere rhetoric from the NRA.
The time has come to take a long hard look at abolishing the Democratic and Republican political parties. America stands divided politically, socially and economically and the seed of division has been planted in our government. Party affiliation has taken precedent over common sense and country. Republicans and Democrats alike, push and pull for power within government, taking what amounts to blood money from lobbyists, special interest groups, and corporations that have no intention of serving the greater good.