Joni Ernst Town Halls:
Thursday, Sept. 21st @1:00 pm, Charles City Schools North Grand Auditorium, Charles City
Friday, Sept. 22nd @2:30 pm, IMU, Iowa City
Friday, Sept. 22nd @7:30 am, Wayne Comm. High School, Corydon
Bill of Rights Brunch (ACLU of Iowa)
Public · Hosted by ACLU of Iowa
Saturday, September 23 at 10 AM – 12:30, Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden, 909 Robert D Ray Dr, Des Moines
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Thom Hartmann is the nation’s #1 progressive talker for a reason.
ICYMI – Passing this on from Michael Moore: One thing that all good political organizers know is that you never, ever celebrate until the polls are closed and ALL of the votes are counted. Yet I’ve been seeing a lot … Continue reading
Action alert from DFA The public option is back! That’s right. Today, Democracy for America is joining the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, several leading Senate Democrats, and a strong coalition of organizations to renew the push for a public option … Continue reading
Will the Democratic convention be messy? Of course. “Democracy is messy. Families are messy. Primaries are the family fight.” Top progressive radio hosts #StephanieMiller and #ThomHartmann talk progressive unity and GOP trolls.
Ever wonder why the blanket TV coverage of the Donald? Why don’t they cover the huge Bernie Sanders rallies? Hillary has more votes so far than the Donald. Why isn’t she being covered as a “national phenomenon?” I do not … Continue reading
BIG GROVE TOWNSHIP, Iowa — This headline in yesterday’s Boston Globe says it well, “Clinton and Trump are now the presumptive nominees. Get used to it.” Author James Pindell attributes the appellation to math. “They have accumulated more delegates than … Continue reading
Stuff is getting real as we enter the last days before the first in the nation Iowa caucuses on Feb. 1. The Democratic race has been somewhat dull and uninspiring. Set aside the hubris-imbued early drop-outs (Lincoln Chafee and Jim … Continue reading
“America has two problems. Money and media.” – Randi Rhodes Here’s a note from Bob McChesney To the wealthy, campaign contributions are not civic donations, they are investments. As a consequence, the USA now has a level of corruption closer … Continue reading
Bernie should not be the only candidate confronting the corporate media. After asking reporters to stay on topic, someone shouted a question about ISIS. Watch Bernie’s response.
The winner in last night’s debate at Drake University’s Sheslow Auditorium was the American people as Hillary Clinton, Martin O’Malley and Bernie Sanders discussed, and actually debated issues that matter. This is in sharp contrast with the multi-level Republican debates. … Continue reading