I am not interested in being a part of a photo op for Donald Trump.
Deborah Dormitzer
Kayla Andrews
Cathy White
Join me and Bill McKibben to talk about the movement to combat climate change.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders
Hassan Ihsan Masood
John Mitchell
At a time when funding is being cut left and right for desperately needed government programs that serve the poor and destitute, it is a moral and financial outrage that the Trump administration is funneling money into a new project based on dangerous myths about undocumented immigrants. This new government program is dedicated to an issue that even the conservative Cato Institute concluded...
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At a time when funding is being cut left and right for

One of the Trump administration's most anti-immigrant promises just became reality

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Tina Lynn Starr Hall
Adam Tschupp
Alicia Murray
Join me tomorrow on Facebook Live at 11:30 a.m. EST for a conversation about the movement to combat climate change with Bill McKibben — author, educator, environmentalist and founder of 350.org.
Join me tomorrow on Facebook Live at 1130 am EST for a
Jordan Thiessen
Gene Gordon
Lezah Nej
There is something profoundly wrong when we have a president and Republican congressional leaders, who are working overtime for tax breaks for billionaires, but they have absolutely nothing to say about raising the minimum wage.
Alicia Mijares
Tara Shah
Manuel Rodriguez
Republicans’ new health care plan must be pretty bad if they don’t even want it for themselves. The new health care plan would allow states to waive out of Obamacare’s ban on preexisting conditions—meaning that we go back to the days when insurers could charge sick people higher premiums than healthy people. But members of Congress and their staff would get the guarantee of keeping these...
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Republicans new health care plan must be pretty bad if they dont

Republicans exempt their own insurance from their latest health care proposal

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Pat Coughlin
Debi Sliter Roederer
Becky Schmidt Mazzarella
We have a rigged economy designed to benefit the wealthiest Americans and large corporations. Donald Trump’s new tax plan would only make that system worse. He would slash taxes for himself and his billionaire friends while doing nothing to help rebuild the collapsing middle class. Rather than making corporations — many of which pay nothing in federal income tax — finally contribute their fair...
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We have a rigged economy designed to benefit the wealthiest Americans and

Trump Tax Plan Would Slash Corporate Tax Rates, Offer Breaks On Overseas Profits

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Jas Kaur
Gretchen Koop Crowley
Jim Miller
We are saying loudly and clearly: We won't rest until every worker makes at least $15 an hour.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders
Leslie James Dalzell
Kristin Tocci
This is exactly what we mean when we talk about oligarchy. Multi billionaires and corporations should not have the power to pick and choose who is in charge of our federal agencies. But that is exactly what happened—Koch Industries spent millions on lobbying Congress to confirm Scott Pruitt, our head of the Environmental Protection Agency who doesn’t believe in environmental protection. It's...
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This is exactly what we mean when we talk about oligarchy Multi

Koch Industries and Other Corporations Lobbied for Donald Trump’s Cabinet Picks, Filings Show

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Amber Elkover
Gary White
"There's this misconception that most of us are uneducated and not hard-working and that's far from the truth." –Brittany Butler, low wage retail worker.

It is a national disgrace that millions of full-time workers are living in poverty and millions more are forced to work two or three jobs just to pay their bills. We have got to start paying all of our workers a living wage.
Rose Kelleher
Filipe Alexandre Sousa
Joanne Berlin
Congratulations to President Trump! He has set a new record—having the lowest approval rating of any president after the first three months in office. This tells us something very important. Americans clearly aren’t on board with his disastrous agenda: xenophobic immigration policies, throwing millions off health care, putting corporate profits over the safety of our environment, and many more...
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Congratulations to President Trump He has set a new recordhaving the lowest

2 major new polls show Trump will conclude his first 100 days as the least popular president in modern history

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Mandy Smith
James White
Tim Hunt
No, Donald Trump. Building a border wall won’t solve our problems or make us safer. It’s an enormous waste of time and money that doubles down on his hateful, xenophobic, anti-immigrant rhetoric. Instead of spending more than $21 billion on a wall (which, by the way, he said again and again Mexico would pay for) we could address real issues that face Americans like helping students get the...
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No Donald Trump Building a border wall wont solve our problems or
Jay Engel
Jessica Ward
Matthew Appelbaum
Big surprise. Trump lied. During the campaign, Mr. Trump promised people that there would be “consequences” for companies who move jobs out of the country and throw Americans out on the streets. But for Carrier Corp., the “consequences” of closing a plant in Huntington, Indiana, and cutting 600 jobs at another in Indiana was a $7 million tax break. Mr. Trump—this isn’t just playing politics....
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Big surprise Trump lied During the campaign Mr Trump promised people that

Trump Saved Carrier Jobs. These Workers Weren’t as Lucky.

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Sarah Finneran Wisniewski
Charlotte Stogsdill
Kathy Kochevar
We must stand together in the fight for economic, social, racial and environmental justice. Mr. Trump, you will not divide us up.
Larry Faulkner
John Rose
Christy Cheung
Broadband access is a necessity, not a luxury. Period.

Since taking over the FCC, President Trump’s Chairman, Ajit Pai, has been waging war on internet access and consumer protections on the behalf of large corporations like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T.

Last week, Mr. Pai took action to remove price caps that are meant to protect schools, hospitals, libraries, and small businesses from...
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Broadband access is a necessity not a luxury Period

Trump's FCC Votes to Allow Broadband Rate Hikes for Schools and Libraries

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Stacey Irwin
Arian Pishehgar
Judith Greene
The Democratic Party has got to take the lead and stand up to the billionaire class. If we do that you're going to see young people and working people come into the party and Democrats regaining control of Congress.
Alex Murray
Dave Phillips
Carole Julius
America is the wealthiest country in the history of the world. And yet today, millions of our seniors are going hungry and millions of children are in poverty. 28 million people don’t have health insurance. To be a poor person means to have a shorter life expectancy. The reality is that in America today poverty is a death sentence. According to a new report, the poorest men in America live...
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America is the wealthiest country in the history of the world And

The Rich Are Living Longer and Taking More From Taxpayers

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Cindy Laskevich
Maryjane Warwashana
Maggie Meaghan Maurice
To those cowardly Republican governors and state legislatures who are using non-existent "voter fraud" to suppress the vote: If you can't run a campaign on your ideas then get the hell out of politics and find another job.
Theresa Morrow
Art Weber
Rod Edmonds
All over the world countries are saying, "Hey, you're a bright young person. You're gonna be able to go to college regardless of your income." We should do the same.
Rachel Pettit-Munns
Josh Flick
Merrie Garoutte
It’s an international embarrassment that the president of the United States thinks that we need more dependence on fossil fuels. Meanwhile, even fossil fuel corporations like ExxonMobil are urging President Trump to keep the U.S. in the Paris climate accord! Renewable energy is exploding all over our country and around the world. That is our future, whether Mr. Trump likes it or not.
Its an international embarrassment that the president of the United States thinks
John Inotelu
Chris Chamberlin
Justen Sims