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DemDaily: SCOTUS: On The Docket

DemDaily: SCOTUS: On The Docket

October 9, 2019 The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) began its 2018-2019 term this week, with a number of controversial cases about abortion, immigration, gun control and the first...

DemDaily: Waging War on the Media

DemDaily: Waging War on the Media

October 9, 2019 The acrimonious relationship between President Trump and the media is no secret, but a recent report out by the Morning Consult underscores the increasing polarization between how...

DemDaily: A Little Humor

DemDaily: A Little Humor

October 4, 2019 Our monthly dose. To remind us to laugh. On Trump Tweets “Over one weekend, the president of the United States sent out more than 100 tweets – or as they will soon be...

DemDaily: Remembering Las Vegas

DemDaily: Remembering Las Vegas

October 2, 2019 Two years ago I woke up at 4:00am to hear National Public Radio report about a mass shooting in Las Vegas that had killed over a dozen people. By the end of the day that number was...

DemDaily: The Impeachment Primer

DemDaily: The Impeachment Primer

September 26, 2019 On Tuesday, President Donald Trump became the fourth US President in history to be the subject of an official impeachment inquiry. The announcement by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi...

DemDaily: Betrayal of Office

DemDaily: Betrayal of Office

September 25, 2019 At 5:00pm yesterday House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke to the nation, announcing the initiation of “a formal impeachment inquiry” into the actions of President of the...