By Ian Firstenberg Last week, Assemblymember David Chiu was appointed to take on the role as San Francisco’s city attorney after 20-year incumbent Dennis Herrera announced he will leave to head up the embattled Public Utilities Commission. Chiu is expected to step down on Oct. 31. The vacancy requires Gov.
On the bright side of a day of deplorable violent MAGA shenanigans, today is the worst day of Mitch McConnell’s life. We had a glimmer of hope the day after the November election, and then Stacey Abrams moved mountains, things looked good last night, and now it’s a done deal.
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By Arbed Marie Cancel We can all agree that under this current Trump administration a lot of unfortunate truths have come to light. The increase of hate crimes and racial attacks, for one, are notable factors in today’s America. These issues have sparked more intrigue in politics for average Americans
Nancy Pelosi is even less popular than Donald Trump, but Democrats are poised to make her Speaker of the House again. Should they? Is Nancy Pelosi really the most effective congressional leader of modern times? Or is Pelosi a One Percent millionaire heiress whose feckless complacency will be no match
“‘I can still be a feminist if I don’t vote for a woman’ sounds dumb,” said Stella, a 30-year old law student from Philadelphia. And yet from the moment the media realized that “Bernie Bros” had a whole bunch of lady counterparts, it’s a point that millennial females have
Over 10 million Americans are still unemployed. It’s bad, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. We can thank those considerate people in Congress for making an already dire situation much worse when, in December 2013, they simply allowed the emergency unemployment benefits to expire for 1.4 million Americans.