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The Trailer: Whatever happened to Medicare-for-all?

2 monthes ago   |   By The Washington Post

Whatever happened to Medicare-for-all, what's going on as Trump heads back to Arizona, and what's missing from summer congressional town halls.
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GOP May Revive the Most Dangerous Kind of Gerrymandering

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Back to the 1970s

When U.S. President Joe Biden went to Cornwallis, England, to meet with the world leaders of the G7, he wanted to impress upon everyone that Trump's reign was over. Read more ...

Another Voice of Reason Retires

David Price, a wise owl who comes as close as any to winning respect from all, says the House has changed in major ways. Read more ...

The Democrats Are Using Pretzel Logic

I'm pro-science, pro-freedom and for the right of Americans to educate themselves and make reasonable decisions while understanding that there may be consequences we do not... Read more ...

Can Third Parties Make a Difference in 2024?

Second of two partsShould 2024 develop into a four-way race between a Republican, a Democrat, Andrew Yang or another candidate from his Forward Party, and an... Read more ...

Jen Psaki Hates You

The White House press secretary is a perfect representative of our spiteful ruling class. Read more ...

‘The way I said it was not appropriate': Biden backs DOJ independence in...

‘The way I said it was not appropriate': Biden backs DOJ independence in Jan. 6 investigation

President Joe Biden on Thursday reaffirmed the Justice Department's independence in the investigations into the violent insurrection at the Capitol on Jan. 6. In doing so, he... Read more ...

Biden, predicting a deal on his agenda, gives inside details of talks

In a 90-minute town hall, Biden cited the opposition of Sens. Manchin and Sinema to major parts of the package and conceded they were forcing major changes. “We're down to four... Read more ...

McConnell lauds Thomas, says Supreme Court should not heed ‘rule of polls'

Top Senate Republican praises ‘jurisprudence on unborn life' as high court again considerts abortion. Read more ...

US regulators endorse efforts to address climate risks

WASHINGTON - U.S. financial regulators on Thursday approved a series of steps toward addressing the dangers that climate change poses to the nation's financial system. The... Read more ...