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Democratic Presidents

Democratic Presidents Are Better For The Economy

  Ronald Reagan created 14 million jobs in a record 70 month stretch of uninterrupted job growth, reduced the annual deficit he inherited by a trillion dollars in six years and nearly tripled the stock market. Believable? Sure, but it’s not true. That was actually Barack Obama. Like most Democratic...

Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan: 40th Retrospective On American Bitching

  In 1980, movie actor Ronald Reagan beat incumbent Jimmy Carter in 44 states. The bad news laden Carter administration was replaced by the flag draped conservative rhetoric had strong popular appeal. While he was the epitome of a conservative republican, his role model for the presidency was FDR. Ronald...

timeline of progress

Timeline Of Progress Shows How And Why Trumpists Can’t Win

  Michelle Krupa’s article “America is changing. Bigoted slurs, immigration bans and racist rallies can’t change that” is a fascinating look at how far we’ve come in America from our first census in 1790 until the present day when it comes to immigration, sexual orientation, and minority business ownership, representation...

haiti

Haiti Is Not Norway Because Of Racism

  The New York Times reported the Dotard has balked at an immigration deal that would include protections for people from Haiti and some nations in Africa, demanding to know at a White House meeting why he should accept immigrants from “shithole countries” rather than from places like Norway. This...

democrats

1000 Seats Here, 1000 Seats There, It’s Puro For Democrats

  During the Obama Administration, Democrats experienced a net loss of 1,042 state and federal posts, including congressional and state legislative seats, governorships, and the presidency. Democratic U.S. Senate seats fell from 55 to 46. The share of the House plummeted from 256 seats to 194. Democratic governerships also became...

capitalism

Capitalism: They Don’t Even Know Who You Are Anymore

  The right has seemingly moved on from an unyielding love for free market capitalism to economic nationalism, the latter almost the polar opposite of the former. Talks of existing workers competing with immigrants and other new market entrants have ceased. What happened?   Capitalism Is Not What You Thought...