Oregon passed a law preventing state agencies from targeting undocumented immigrants 30 years ago. Now, California is following its lead.
The only real way to build the economy is through investments in people—their education and skills, their health, and the infrastructure that connects them.
Donald Trump wants to slash services for the underprivileged to expand the military and give corporations and rich Americans big tax cuts.
White House adviser Kellyanne Conway charges that media coverage of Donald Trump lacks “recognition of the dignity for the office of the president.” White House adviser Kellyanne Conway charges that media coverage of Donald Trump lacks “recognition of the dignity for the office of the president.”
Our country is in dire need of massive investments in infrastructure, but what the president is proposing is nothing more than a huge tax giveaway for the rich.
In refusing to vote or even hold a hearing on the president’s nominee to the Supreme Court, GOP senators are abdicating their constitutional responsibility.
Saturday morning I heard from an old friend here in California who said, “I’m for Bernie, but he doesn’t really have a chance anymore. So isn’t my vote for him in the California primary just prolonging the agony, and indirectly helping Trump?”
Both men would be disasters for America, but Ted Cruz would be the larger disaster.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, now headed to Congress, is a product of big corporations and Wall Street, seeking to circumvent regulations protecting workers, consumers, and the environment.
Historically, tyrants have tried to control the press using four techniques that, worryingly, Donald Trump is already using.