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Midday open thread: Arctic ice at record low; Sandy victims blame Christie; Bush and the coal barons
Today's comic by Mark Fiore is Mitch McConnell and Snuggly the Security Bear Beg to Spy :
Meteor Blades 05/29/2015 5 4 - -
Those guys who boosted the 'surge' in Iraq? They're eager to do it again
Explosions in late 2014 variously described as an ISIL truck bomb or a U.S. airstrike in the town of Kobane on the Turkish-Syrian border. ...
Meteor Blades 05/29/2015 11 10 - -
Open thread for night owls: Too many of the people in Washington do not rep those who elected them
Blast from the Past . At Daily Kos on this date in 2014 — Texas legislature gives 1.5 million poor residents the finger :It's not enough just to ...
Meteor Blades 05/28/2015 97 58 - -
EPI: Government's state jobs report for April shows recovery still plodding
Click here and scroll briefly for an interactive version of this map.
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Midday open thread: Is rent out of reach? Col. Graham retiring; Cubans not keen on Marco Rubio
Today's comic by Ruben Bolling is Introducing Louis 'Flash' Maltby :
Meteor Blades 05/28/2015 14 21 - -
Income inequality reflected in mental health statistics, according to new study
A new study from the Centers for Disease Control— Serious Psychological Distress Among Adults: United States, 2009–2013 —confirms what common sense and the experts have long told us: The ...
Meteor Blades 05/28/2015 15 30 - -
Could Jeb Bush's time on boards of corporations with legal troubles become a 2016 focus?
Busy, busy, busy. Ron Green at the Associated Press has taken a look at all the corporate and non-profit boards and advisory boards Jeb Bush has served on since he ...
Meteor Blades 05/28/2015 24 36 1 -
Nebraskan lawmakers override Gov. Pete Ricketts's veto to abolish state death penalty
State Sen. Ernie Chambers finally won his 38-year battle to get Nebraska's death penalty repealed. With Wednesday's override vote in its one-house legislature, Nebraska ...
Meteor Blades 05/27/2015 120 211 1 -
Spotlight on green news & views: Shooting a black rhino for fun; extreme rainfall; protesting Shell
Check out OceanDiver's post . Many environmentally related posts appearing at Daily Kos each week don't attract the attention they deserve. To help get more eyeballs,
Meteor Blades 05/27/2015 19 45 2 -
Midday open thread: Drug cartel builds CCTV network; 'clickbait' enters dictionary; microbead ban
Today's comic by Matt Bors is Reasonable measures :
Meteor Blades 05/27/2015 18 17 - -
Big media's sneering, dismissive coverage of Bernie Sanders is a plague on democracy
The media are more interested in ...
Meteor Blades 05/27/2015 310 321 2 -
Open thread for night owls. Cole: Kaplan's call for renewed imperialism in Middle East is boneheaded
Let's have some more cakewalks, 'kay? Robert D. Kaplan recently wrote a piece (behind a paywall) saying it's time to bring imperialism back to the ...
Meteor Blades 05/26/2015 53 48 - -
Sanders makes run official: If people 'fight back, there is nothing that can’t be accomplished'
In a speech peppered with introductory "brothers and sisters," Sen. Bernie Sanders on Tuesday made official his entry into the primary battle for the Democratic presidential nomination framed by ...
Meteor Blades 05/26/2015 394 141 2 -
Livestreaming Bernie Sanders's official announcement of his candidacy for the Democratic nomination
You can watch it Live now. Why Bernie matters: A 2016 primary run by Bernie ...
Meteor Blades 05/26/2015 225 230 3 -
Midday open thread: Democrats and climate change; perpetual war; Sanders to make it official
Today's comic by Jen Sorensen is Pro-life, Boko Haram style :
Meteor Blades 05/26/2015 34 22 - -
Most House Republicans stand with President Obama on fast-tracking, most Democrats still against
Fighting it to the end. Thanks to 14 Democrats joining all-but-five Senate Republicans in approving fast-track trade legislation last week, it's now up to the House, which is where most close ...
Meteor Blades 05/26/2015 94 78 1 -
Open thread for night owls. On Memorial Day, remember: 'They didn't fall, they were pushed'
Flag-draped caskets on their way back from Iraq to the United States. Ray McGovern writes— Remember This on Memorial ...
Meteor Blades 05/25/2015 49 75 - -
Midday open thread: Middle East needs imperialism? Emissions controls to slash coal; Kincannon flips
Today's comic by Tom Tomorrow is The bad intelligence : What you may have missed on ...
Meteor Blades 05/25/2015 18 15 - -
Original Americans forgotten on Memorial Day
The All-Nations Native American Veterans Memorial in Jefferson, Oregon [This is an edited and updated reprise of an essay first written for Memorial Day in 2010.] My ...
Meteor Blades 05/25/2015 56 246 8 -
Abbreviated pundit round-up: Young people getting shafted on pay; the real first Memorial Day
E.J. Dionne Jr. at The Washington Post writes The right’s political correctness : Accommodating right-wing primary voters poses real risks to the party in next year’s elections. Its candidates’
Meteor Blades 05/25/2015 50 52 - -
Open thread for night owls. A reprise: 'Lies, Damned Lies, a Searchable Database of Lies'
Meteor Blades 05/24/2015 71 78 5 -
Sanders: Campaign coverage should focus on issues instead of outrage, gossip and Facebook comments
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This week at progressive state blogs: Gov. Kasich plays the suckers; Gov. Bryant writes a dumb op-ed
This week in progressive state blogs is designed specifically to focus attention on the writing and analysis of people focused on their home turf. Let me know via comments or Kosmail if you have a ...
Meteor Blades 05/23/2015 9 34 - -
Spotlight on green news & views: Oil spills; the melting poles; Jeb Bush's climate change arrogance
See OceanDiver's post . Many environmentally related posts appearing at Daily Kos each week don't attract the attention they deserve. To help get more eyeballs, Spotlight on Green ...
Meteor Blades 05/23/2015 32 64 1 -
Open thread for night owls. OECD: Growing global inequality gap 'has reached a tipping point'
Nadia Prupis at Common Dreams, writes Growing Global Inequality Gap 'Has Reached a Tipping Point' :  With the gap between the rich and poor growing worldwide, ...
Meteor Blades 05/22/2015 56 57 1 -
Midday open thread: Huckabee backs Ten Commandments BS; DNI keeps bin Laden porn to itself
Today's comic by Mark Fiore is Jeb Bush and Brotherly Love :
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Politico takes a whack at Warren in a lengthy, trade-related hit piece
Politico's nothingburger story on Warren's ...
Meteor Blades 05/22/2015 82 105 1 -
Open thread for night owls. Democracy Now interviews Matt Taibbi on confessed bank crooks
Matt Taibbi Amy Goodman interviewed Rolling Stone journalist Matt Taibbi on the news that the five banks—Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Barclays, Royal Bank of ...
Meteor Blades 05/21/2015 94 75 2 -
Bernie Sanders will make his presidential run official Tuesday
Bernie poses for a selfie with a supporter in Manchester, NH, May 2. Sen. Bernie Sanders will make his presidential primary campaign official Tuesday, May 26, with a public kick-off on the shores ...
Meteor Blades 05/21/2015 225 261 4 -
Jeb Bush is partly right. Somebody is definitely 'intellectually arrogant' about climate change
That arrogance does not, however, come from the scientists behind the 97 percent of peer-reviewed papers that say civilization's emissions of greenhouse gases are driving climate change. Nor from ...
Meteor Blades 05/21/2015 75 90 2 -
Midday open thread: Foxagandists say Obama wrong to call climate change nat'l security threat
Today's comic by Ruben Bolling is On Iraq: W.W.J.H.D.? (What Would Jeb Have Done?) :
Meteor Blades 05/21/2015 37 25 - -
Surprise! Company whose pipeline burst in Santa Barbara has extensive record of safety violations
A section of Refugio State Beach tainted by oil from burst pipe. Since 2006, the U.S. Pipeline and ...
Meteor Blades 05/21/2015 117 148 3 -
Study: BP oil blowout at fault for Gulf of Mexico dolphin deaths. The petroleum giant says nah
Dead dolphin stranded on the Port Fourchon Louisiana coastline in July 2012 following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
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Spotlight on green news & views: Fracking wastewater used on crops; Shell plans for change of 4°+
Check out the saga of the green heron hunting for lunch Many environmentally related posts appearing at Daily Kos each week don't attract the attention ...
Meteor Blades 05/20/2015 14 71 - -
Climate takes up half Obama's commencement address to Coast Guard cadets, with some Arctic irony
Climate change dominated President Obama's commencement address to the Coast Guard graduating class Wednesday. President ...
Meteor Blades 05/20/2015 68 110 1 -
Midday open thread: Tech companies oppose TPP; bin Laden's bookshelf; Obama tweets, racism ensues
Today's comic by Matt Bors is Biker Lives Matter :
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As fast-track trade bill heads for Senate cloture vote, House outcome could be up to Nancy Pelosi
Nancy Pelosi could be key in the fight over fast-track trade legislation. Senate Majority Leader Mitch ...
Meteor Blades 05/20/2015 46 59 1 -
Open thread for night owls: Bernie Sanders has a plan: Tax Wall Street and make college free
John Nichols at The Nation writes Bernie Sanders Has a Plan: Tax Wall Street and Make College Free :  Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders keeps bending the rules of Senate ...
Meteor Blades 05/19/2015 126 92 - -
Midday open thread: Int'l flag of Earth; man admits plot against NY Muslims; O'Reilly denies abuse
Today's comic by Jen Sorensen is The Great Hall of Iraq Whoppers :
Meteor Blades 05/19/2015 31 19 - -
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott does industry's bidding and signs state ban on local fracking bans
Two women await the results of a referendum banning fracking in Denton, Texas, last November. The city's ...
Meteor Blades 05/19/2015 67 68 1 -
This man has read the TPP, can't legally tell us the details, but says Warren's criticisms are right
Labor organizations oppose the Trans Pacific Partnership Trade deal in a rally outside of the Capitol in May 2014. His name is Michael Wessel. He has served on the U.S. ...
Meteor Blades 05/19/2015 249 371 8 -
Sen. Whitehouse gives his 100th climate change speech. More senators should emulate him
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island gave his 20-minute pilot floor speech on climate change in October 2011. But he began his weekly series with a climate change speech in April 2012. Since ...
Meteor Blades 05/19/2015 30 82 1 -
Open thread for night owls: Ending distribution of some military matériel to local cops is a start
Colleen Curry at Vice writes about the news Monday that President Obama ...
Meteor Blades 05/18/2015 73 48 1 -
Trade argument between Warren and Obama heats up with release of the senator's latest salvo
Elizabeth Warren and Barack Obama in happier times. The report released Monday by Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren adds fuel to ...
Meteor Blades 05/18/2015 179 129 1 -
Midday open thread: Kayaktivists in Seattle; Flakka makes people run naked through the streets
Today's comic by Tom Tomorrow is Critical reactions :
Meteor Blades 05/18/2015 18 16 - -
Scientists, policy wonks and politicians keep hedging on the grim truths of climate change
If you missed David Roberts's disturbing, depressing piece Friday at Vox, it's more than worth a look. It's essential reading. Roberts, until recently one of the mainstays of the award-winning ...
Meteor Blades 05/18/2015 108 180 3 -
Abbreviated pundit round-up: Jeb, oh, Jeb; job insecurity's impact on kids; No Tubman on the $20?
Paul Krugman at The New York Times writes Errors and Lies :Surprise! It turns out that there’s something to be said for having the brother of a failed president make his own run for the White House.
Meteor Blades 05/18/2015 63 58 - -
Open thread for night owls: The empire strikes back
Scott Beauchamp at The Baffler writes— The Empire Strikes Back :  Seymour Hersh is a pioneer of investigative journalism, the modern iteration of which he fashioned almost ...
Meteor Blades 05/17/2015 197 66 1 -
This week at progressive state blogs: Ballpark subsidies, spying on activists, zeroing income taxes
This week in progressive state blogs is designed specifically to focus attention on the writing and analysis of people focused on their home turf. Let me know via comments or Kosmail if you have a ...
Meteor Blades 05/16/2015 8 34 - -
Spotlight on green news & views: Arctic drilling okayed; Lomborg loses; FBI spies on eco-activists
Otto Braided Hair of the Northern Cheyenne speaks at a press conference against coal exports in the Pacific Northwest. See Mary Anne Hitt's post .
Meteor Blades 05/16/2015 19 71 1 -
Open thread for night owls: Verizon swallows Huffington Post
Leslie Savan at Mother Jones ponders what will happen as Verizon Swallows Net-Neutrality Champion Huffington Post : Most of the coverage of Verizon’s ...
Meteor Blades 05/15/2015 77 54 1 -
Midday open thread: 100s of offensive emails from Miami Beach cops, Larsen B ice shelf collapsing
Today's comic by Mark Fiore is Obama trades transparency :
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Next week begins the real debate on fast-tracking. Labor chief Richard Trumka voices a hard line
Thursday's vote to open debate on fast-track trade legislation was proof that when he wants something bad enough, President Obama will use the bully pulpit, the telephone and a good deal of arm-...
Meteor Blades 05/15/2015 145 108 2 -
Open thread for night owls: Excerpts from the June edition of Harper's Index
A marijuana shop in Port Townsend, Washington, that is not likely to be outlawed by local authorities the way a third of other cities in the state have done. Here are some excerpts from the June ...
Meteor Blades 05/14/2015 78 47 - -
Tom Udall introduces bill mandating 30 percent of U.S. electricity from renewables by 2030
Click here for a somewhat more readable version. Sen. Tom Udall, together with six other Democrats, introduced ...
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Midday open thread: Bill would break Outer Space Treaty; d'oh, what will happen to Mr. Burns?
Today's comic by Ruben Bolling is Super-Fun-Pak Comix :
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Democrats can't muster 41 foes as Senate breaks filibuster on fast-track trade bill in 65-33 vote
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) called it the "race to the bottom" in his assessment of free trade agreements as he spoke in opposition to fast-track legislation Thursday. But his passionate speech did ...
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Progressive victory on fast-track trade bill headed for possible reversal today
Less than two days after all but one Senate Democrat handed what some observers viewed as a stinging defeat for President Obama, it appears his ...
Meteor Blades 05/14/2015 103 65 2 -
Abbreviated pundit round-up: Taking power from within the Democratic party; NSA reform too modest?
Trevor Timm at The Guardian warns— NSA reform is unavoidable. But it can be undermined if we aren't careful : Congress now has to reform NSA mass surveillance in the next two weeks—whether they ...
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Open thread for night owls: U.S. government’s anti-ISIS Twitter account full of tabloid garbage
Joshua Keating at Slate writes— The U.S. Government’s Anti-ISIS Twitter Account Is Full of Tabloid Garbage : Compared to the immigrant-bashing and ...
Meteor Blades 05/12/2015 20 21 - -
Midday open thread: Sea levels rising faster than thought, prosecutors drop Baltimore curfew charges
Today's comic by Jen Sorensen is Science for sale :
Meteor Blades 05/12/2015 28 20 - -
Procedural vote on debating fast-track legislation fails 53-45, with most Democrats in opposition
Mission partly accomplished. In the first test vote for fast-track trade legislation Tuesday, a crucial milestone in President Obama's effort to get the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership approved ...
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Fast-track legislation faces a key test in the Senate today. Expect a close vote.
Teamsters join other foes of fast-tracking the Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty in presenting a petition to Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden, a ...
Meteor Blades 05/12/2015 58 41 - -
Guardian: FBI violated its own protocol in investigation of anti-Keystone XL pipeline activists
Paul Lewis and Adam Federman at The Guardian report : The FBI breached its own internal rules when it spied on campaigners against the Keystone XL pipeline, failing to get ...
Meteor Blades 05/12/2015 49 137 3 -
Open thread for night owls. Thompson: Lotteries—America's $70 Billion Shame
According to the National Council on Problem Gambling, around 2 million adults in the United States are pathological gamblers and 4 to 6 million are "problem gamblers." It's an addiction found ...
Meteor Blades 05/11/2015 79 40 1 -
Spending for lobbying at the state level has soared, but transparency in disclosure about it has not
Reid Wilson at The Washington Post has written one of those stories confirming what you've suspected all along. There's a lot ...
Meteor Blades 05/11/2015 13 45 1 -
Midday open thread.
Today's comic by Tom Tomorrow is The populist menace :
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Verbal battle between Sen. Warren and President Obama continues over fast-track trade legislation
Not bending The Senate is ...
Meteor Blades 05/11/2015 158 140 3 -
Abbreviated pundit round-up: Vampires of Wall Street. Don't unfriend those racists on Facebook?
Paul Krugman at The New York Times writes Wall Street Vampires : Last year the vampires of finance bought themselves a Congress. I know it’s not nice to call them that, but I have my reasons, ...
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Open thread for night owls. McKibben: Next decade decides how world will look for 1000s of decades
Bill McKibben writes The Next Decade Will Decide What the World Looks Like for Thousands of Decades to Come : The next 10 ...
Meteor Blades 05/10/2015 99 71 3 -
This week at progressive state blogs: Has Tesla killed nuclear power? Morgan Carroll scares GOP?
This week in progressive state blogs is designed specifically to focus attention on the writing and analysis of people focused on their home turf. Let me know via comments or Kosmail if you have a ...
Meteor Blades 05/09/2015 45 45 - -
Spotlight on green news & views: No $4mn for Lomborg, Virginia AG okays local bans on fracking
See gregladen's post . Many environmentally related posts appearing at Daily Kos each week don't attract the attention they deserve. To help get ...
Meteor Blades 05/09/2015 19 61 3 -
Open thread for night owls. Jeb's terrifying Dubya strategy: sucking up to extremist billionaires
Twenty years of Bush Dynasty. Is George P. waiting in the wings? Heather Digby Parton writes ...
Meteor Blades 05/08/2015 105 56 - -
Midday open thread: Sanders could be greener still; Hawai'i shoots for 100% renewables by 2045
Today's comic by Mark Fiore is Pam Geller’s Islamification :
Meteor Blades 05/08/2015 5 24 1 -
Go ahead, House hardliners. Attach all the deal-killing amendments you desire to Iran nuclear review
Jim Jordan, chairman of the tea partying House Freedom Caucus. The House Freedom Caucus is determined to revive several amendments that the Senate kept out of the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act, ...
Meteor Blades 05/08/2015 33 93 - -
First vote on trade deal coming Tuesday
Teamsters join other foes of fast-tracking the Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty in presenting a petition to Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden, who ...
Meteor Blades 05/08/2015 42 64 2 -
Activists push NC's McCrory to veto 72-hour abortion waiting period in state with no wait for a gun
Pro-choice protesters urge Gov. Pat McCrory to keep his promise not to sign any new laws restricting abortion. North Carolina's Republican Gov. Pat McCrory vowed during his campaign that he would ...
Meteor Blades 05/08/2015 60 68 1 -
Government reports gain of 223,000 new jobs in April. Wages barely move up. Jobless rate at 5.4%
It appears the weak March jobs report, a surprise to many analysts, was a fluke. It was also worse than originally calculated. But gains in April made it the 13th of the past 14 months when more ...
Meteor Blades 05/08/2015 28 27 - -
Open thread for night owls. Is corn ethanol breaking the law?
Highwater Ethanol plant Joe Romm at Climate Progress writes Is corn ethanol breaking the law? Corn ethanol may be breaking the law, according to ...
Meteor Blades 05/07/2015 67 43 - -
Arctic sea ice extent second lowest level ever recorded in April
Note that the Y axis on this chart and the one further down the page does not start at zero. The National Snow & Ice Data Center has published its assessment of the extent of Arctic and ...
Meteor Blades 05/07/2015 24 101 2 -
Senate passes Iran nuclear program review bill 98-1
The ultra right's hero on Iran deal was all alone Thursday. Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton was unable to get a single one of the 46 senators who signed his March open letter to the leaders of ...
Meteor Blades 05/07/2015 31 35 - -
Midday open thread: HRC 'johnny-come-lately' on criminal justice reform, Snyder not running for prez
Today's comic by Ruben Bolling is If boxing is the 'sweet science,' what are these sports? :
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Kaine: congressional failure to debate authorization to use military force against ISIL 'shameful'
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) took to the Senate floor Thursday morning to bemoan the lack of an authorization to use military force again ISIL, the extremist militant group also known as ISIS, the ...
Meteor Blades 05/07/2015 30 39 1 -
Spotlight on green news & views: Allegheny wind turbines collide with NIMBY, GOP attacks science
See Gwennedd's post Many environmentally related posts appearing at Daily Kos each week don't attract the attention they deserve. To help get more ...
Meteor Blades 05/06/2015 16 65 1 -
Midday open thread: 'festival' of corruption in NY, ADP report hints again at hiring slowdown
Today's comic by Matt Bors is X-Race Specs :
Meteor Blades 05/06/2015 29 14 - -
Harry Reid joins senators promoting a petition that calls for opposition to 'fast-tracking' TPP
Still not onboard with fast-tracking the Trans-Pacific Partnership Under the rubric of "prioritize jobs" Democratic Sens. Tammy Baldwin (WI), Sherrod Brown (OH), Al Franken (MN), ...
Meteor Blades 05/06/2015 35 102 3 -
Republicans who cut science budgets are not stupid. They're malicious. Goal: official ignorance
Somebody needs to wipe the climate-change-denying smile off Lamar Smith's mug. The story about Republicans in committee axing big hunks of government science budgets sparked a deluge of social ...
Meteor Blades 05/06/2015 161 290 2 -
Yet another oil train goes off the rails and burns. No injuries reported, but 35 people evacuated
Off the rails in North Dakota. The Department of Transportation predicted last July that there ...
Meteor Blades 05/06/2015 78 104 1 -
Open thread for night owls: Now comes Trans-Pacific trickle-down
Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich writes Trans-Pacific Trickle-Down Economics : Now comes the Trans-Pacific Partnership. It’s being sold as a way to boost the U.S. economy, expand exports, ...
Meteor Blades 05/05/2015 72 45 3 -
Battle over Iran nuclear review bill by right and ultra right seems ended. Vote expected Thursday
These two guys are moving toward a vote ...
Meteor Blades 05/05/2015 26 34 1 -
Midday open thread: Top hedge fund managers earn paltry $11bn, Edison's talking dolls still creepy
Today's comic by Jen Sorensen is Texas takeover :
Meteor Blades 05/05/2015 86 26 - -
Klobuchar, Tester reintroduce bill to require states to allow voter registration on Election Day
Allowing citizens to register to vote on Election Day is a smart idea that boosts turnout and makes things easier for the most mobile Americans. It has been tested for problems for decades in the ...
Meteor Blades 05/05/2015 66 81 1 -
Open thread for night owls: Ask your doc if this birth control is right for you. Now ask your boss
In case you can't see the video here, try ...
Meteor Blades 05/04/2015 46 61 - -
Study saying EPA rules will save 3,500 lives should be nailed to door of every naysayer in Congress
Curbing coal plant emissions would save lots of lives. Not that this matters to EPA haters. A new study published in the ...
Meteor Blades 05/04/2015 28 91 2 -
Midday open thread: Minimum wage boost hits bullseye, executions don't hit worst of the worst
Today's comic by Tom Tomorrow is Responses to Baltimore :
Meteor Blades 05/04/2015 28 17 - -
Iran nuclear review act: Is it lose-lose for Republicans?
Whoops. Even though the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act most likely will pass the Senate by a large majority, the superhawks, pushed by Sens. Tom Cotton (R-AR) and president-wannabe Marco Rubio (R-
Meteor Blades 05/04/2015 36 38 1 -
Abbreviated pundit round-up: Why Baltimore's past matters; Is ISIS really on the run?
Molly Redden at Mother Jones writes Want an Abortion This Year? Get Ready to Wait : For women seeking an abortion, 2015 is shaping up to be the year of the long wait. Since the beginning of the year,
Meteor Blades 05/04/2015 81 54 - -
Open thread for night owls. Do progressives need to make better emotional ties when organizing?
Excerpted by Alternet from Michael Bader'...
Meteor Blades 05/03/2015 96 59 4 -
This week at progressive state blogs: Lynch and the power of black women, SD polygamists seek water
This week in progressive state blogs is designed specifically to focus attention on the writing and analysis of people focused on their home turf. Let me know via comments or Kosmail if you have a ...
Meteor Blades 05/02/2015 10 43 1 -
Spotlight on green news & views: Super El Niño forms, oil & gas drilling damage, wind power soars
Three tropical cyclones churned the waters around Australia on March 11, 2015, including Pam, one of the strongest storms ever in the region.
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