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'The Senate Must Stand Strong For Democracy':Joe Biden Responds To Trump's Supreme Court Nomination 27.9.2020 Crooks Liars
Joe Biden opposes any nomination to the Supreme Court in light of the fact that voting on the next president is underway now and the next president should make that nomination after being sworn in next year. He took a few questions at the end, confirming that he is not going to call his former Republican colleagues because it might "compromise" them, and refusing to comment on Trump's ridiculous call for drug tests. He also emphasized what it would mean to lose the Affordable Care Act through a bogus right-wing Supreme Court case. Remarks as prepared for delivery: Good afternoon. On Friday, Jill and I had the honor of paying our respects to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the first woman in the history of our nation to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol. Though it should not have taken nearly this long to bestow that honor on a woman, it nevertheless speaks to the unique and powerful impact Justice Ginsburg made on our society and to her enduring legacy of equal rights and equal justice under law. Shortly ...
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From a Justice for Gender Equality to a “Justice” for Gender Oppression 27.9.2020
Unlike the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Amy Coney Barrett will be a ruthless opponent of gender and reproductive ...
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‘A truly horrifying pick’: Fury over Trump nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to SCOTUS 27.9.2020 Raw Story
President Donald Trump’s nomination Saturday of Seventh Circuit Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Supreme Court sparked a chorus of outrage from Democrats and progressive groups who warned her confirmation could shift the court to one that would dismantle the Affordable Care Act and “work to preserve the Trump agenda for decades to come.” […]
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Trump’s Supreme Court pick has a problem with the Constitution 27.9.2020 Raw Story
Nomination of conservative Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court makes us think about the role of government in our lives and the Republican majority view of winning vs. fairness. That her lifetime confirmation will change the direction of the Supreme Court for many years is a given, and, as it happens a sop toward […]
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Senate Dems blast ‘corrupt’ nomination of Amy Coney Barrett: ‘This entire process is illegitimate’ 27.9.2020 Raw Story
President Donald Trump on Saturday nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the United States Supreme Court — and Democrats were livid. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) linked the nomination to the Affordable Care Act and the COVID-19 pandemic. “A vote for Judge Amy Coney Barrett is a vote […]
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Amy Coney Barrett: Religious conservative US Supreme Court pick 27.9.2020 Raw Story
Judge Amy Coney Barrett, who was nominated Saturday to the US Supreme Court, is a darling of conservatives for her religious views but detractors warn her confirmation would shift the nation’s top court firmly to the right. A practising Catholic and the mother of seven children, including two adopted from Haiti and a young son […]
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Birth Control Is Harder to Get During COVID. Over-the-Counter Access Is Crucial. 26.9.2020
We need over-the-counter birth control that is accessible to people of all ages, affordable and covered by ...
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Trump and Social Norms 24.9.2020 The Moderate Voice

His base calls it “speaking his mind,” or “telling it like it is.” People with even one iota of intelligence call it breaking down social norms and using the bully pulpit as a platform to assert his power. In the guise of speaking his mind, Trump trumpets all kinds of lies as facts, chastising those […]

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Opinion: Ruth Bader Ginsburg protected your abortion rights. Be afraid now that she's gone 20.9.2020 LA Times: Opinion

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a fearless fighter for abortion rights.

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Hospitals Serving the Poor Close as Investors and Electeds Refuse to Rescue Them 19.9.2020
Hospitals Serving the Poor Close as Investors and Electeds Refuse to Rescue Them
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Workers’ Health Data Collected for COVID Safety Poses Risk to Labor Rights 13.9.2020
Workers’ Health Data Collected for COVID Safety Poses Risk to Labor Rights
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Column: Seema Verma, our awful Medicare boss, spent lavishly to burnish her public image 12.9.2020 LA Times: Business

Seema Verma, who as Medicare and Medicaid director is a threat to public health, spent millions on her public image.

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Michigan's Muslims are thinking globally, but running and voting locally 8.9.2020 LA Times: Nation

The five young Muslim Americans huddled around a table inside the Yemeni coffee shop, pouring adeni chai into curved red and gold glasses.

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Blue America Endorses "Good Trouble" Candidate Nikema Williams 7.9.2020 Crooks Liars
Georgia's 5th congressional district-- most of Atlanta-- hasn't been in play since 1986, the legendary John Lewis' first term. In fact, Republicans have never run a serious campaign in the D+34 district and Lewis usually ran unopposed. This cycle, Trump pardoned a crackpot right-wing sociopath and felon, Angela Stanton-King, who had served almost 3 years of her prison sentence for running a car theft ring, a kind of female, later-day Darrell Issa. Two weeks after Trump pardoned her, she announced she was running against John Lewis, a beloved congressman by everyone except Trump, who hated him with the passion of the KKK thug that he's always been at heart. After Lewis died, the Democrats nominated state Senator Nikema Williams to run for his seat. Williams, who is also the chair of the Georgia Democratic Party, was diagnosed with COVID-19 in March and has since fully recovered and her support for Medicare for All has grown even stronger as the result of her experience. In 2018, she was arrested at a ...
'He's just fanning the flames.' Trump's vow to protect suburbs rings hollow in one 7.9.2020 L.A. Times - World News

Trump's stoking fear about urban violence risks alienating many voters in the suburbs, home to a diverse range of ethnicities and political views.

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As Pence attends anti-choice event in North Carolina, providers and rights groups sue over state abortion restrictions 4.9.2020 Raw Story
“If we are not able to get reproductive healthcare when we need it, from providers we trust, in spaces that are accessible and affirming to our communities and our needs, then we are not actually free.” While Vice President Mike Pence visited North Carolina on Thursday to tout the Trump administration’s hostile track record on […]
Here’s how right-wing Christian propaganda trained Republican voters to accept Trump’s Covid denialism 3.9.2020 Raw Story
Donald Trump didn’t like what the experts were telling him about the coronavirus pandemic, so he found a guy with “Dr.” in front of his name who will tell the president the bedtime stories he wants to hear. Dr. Scott Atlas isn’t an expert in infectious disease or epidemiology, as are coronavirus task force advisers Dr. Deborah Birx and Dr. […]
Troubling new poll uncovers Americans fear of bankruptcy from a major health event 1.9.2020 Raw Story
“During a pandemic, this should ring some alarm bells.” As millions across the nation lose their employer-tied healthcare coverage amid the Covid-19 pandemic and economic crash, a Gallup poll released Tuesday shows Americans are increasingly concerned a major health event could lead to bankruptcy. According to the survey of 1,007 people conducted July 1-24, 50% of […]
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Here’s why Trump commands so much loyalty from his base 31.8.2020 Raw Story
The last four years have been deeply traumatizing to millions of Americans as we have watched our nation in the stranglehold of a maniacal, dictatorial and compulsively deceptive president. But it is worth examining the relationship that President Donald Trump has with his voters in order to understand why he won the 2016 election and […]
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Texas officials want to cut funding for women’s health services while preserving an anti-abortion program 31.8.2020 Raw Story
An August budget document shows funding for the anti-abortion program would be maintained, but reduced for doctors and clinics that provide reduced-cost contraception and health screenings. Texas is proposing to cut nearly $3.8 million in funding from programs that offer low-income residents access to contraceptives and breast and cervical cancer screenings, while leaving intact a […]
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