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Trump's broad criminality is all part of one big story. Members of the public deserves to know all of it, and we’ll only have one chance to tell it to them.
Donald Trump won’t be the last president to commit impeachable offenses, but he should be the last one given carte blanche to do so until the foundations of the republic began to tremble.
Democrats have Trump caught red handed trying to deny the country a free and fair election, and if they won’t rise to their own defense, no one else will either.
The recipe for leading a politically advantageous impeachment process against President Trump is right there, if only Nancy Pelosi would use it.
The enormous scale of the climate crisis will require a level of policy ambition just as big. The good news is, the tools we need to do that already exist and the public desperately wants us to use them.
There is no path between yes and no on impeachment, and the sooner Democrats accept that, the better.
We will know by the end of the year whether Democrats resolved to confront Trump, but we’ll look back on the summer of 2019 as the moment the party reached a crossroads and chose a path.
While we fight back against Trump fanning xenophobia across the land, we can also demand more of local politicians who can do more to protect Latino citizens like Ramon Torres, and undocumented people too.
Either you deal with your trauma or your trauma deals with you. You’ll never outrun it, because it’s faster than you. You have to stop running, turn around, and confront it.
Anyone who thinks Donald Trump will be easy to beat in Wisconsin is sorely mistaken, and the path to the White House for a Democrat gets very narrow without Wisconsin. But our poll reveals a path to defeating him there.