Two of my favorite liberal women talked with me about my earlier post: What’s the Deal with Progressives and Agism?
I was so tuned into the issue of agism in progressive politics, partly because I am of the generation of Americans being dissed, that I may have overlooked another issue entirely.
But it was pointed [...]
This is worth a read… So the big storyline of the morning is that progressives are losers. Stop the presses. It’s based on this article over the week-end in the Washington Post about the alleged fact that progressives are all losing their primaries to moderates and conservatives. And once again, those of us who are [...]
It’s no secret what my political beliefs are – I’m a proud progressive.
Here in Wisconsin, we’ve got a long, proud tradition of progressive politics, and that’s why it’s been so disappointing to see what Republican elected officials are doing to our state. Whether it’s concealed carry and the Castle Doctrine, the weakening of mining [...]
While the Mitt Romney of 2011 has gone to great lengths to convince voters that he’s a solid conservative candidate, let’s take a listen to Mitt Romney, circa 2002 as he describes his political ideology.
To say Mitt Romney is an empty suit with no real foundational beliefs would be an understatement. The man [...]
Speaking at the Nation Institute’s annual dinner, Democratic Rep. Tammy Baldwin gave a passionate defense of the progressive movement. “It’s not that we’ve forgotten how to create wealth in this country. It’s that we have allowed that wealth to be concentrated in fewer and fewer hands. And as the distance between top and bottom has [...]
This is interesting… On July 30th the Progressive Caucus of the California Democratic Party passed a resolution proposing that a primary challenge be offered to Obama next year. The Progressive Caucus’s certification expired at the same time, and while other caucuses were routinely recertified that day by the state party, the Progressive Caucus (I’m told [...]
On Tuesday I asked if a progressive talk radio station would have an audience in Milwaukee, and the discussion prompted by that post has not only renewed my interest in hosting an internet radio show (if there’d be any interest in that), but it also got me to thinking about all the great progressive internet [...]
This from Workers Independent News:
The primary media narrative is that voters were seeking a more conservative agenda and therefore they voted out Democrats in favor of Republicans, but is that true? Jesse Russell crunches the numbers.
If one looks at the Democratic losses by ideological caucus a different trend emerges. The Congressional Progressive Caucus [...]