Nov 27, 2017
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We made it through Thanksgiving, and you know what that means! There’s only 15 more days until Alabamians get the chance to show us they are or aren’t who we thought they were!
Greg Dworkin brings us the fight to protect the vote, and the vote to protect the country, as less and less get the chance to make a difference at all. Women make red blue in Virginia.
Senator Jerry Moran knows people want to do something, but thought he should ask some people what that something would be. The rest of the Gop is trying to do what they can before people figure it out. The Religious Right can hardly believe how blessed they have been with Trump. Still, this week is make or break for the Trump Tax bill, and if it fails that can only be… Mitch McConnell’s fault.
Democrats know John Conyers needed to go, but really how much grace does this guy need?
The New York Times learns that it’s impossible to sympathize with Nazi sympathizers without getting a little Nazi on you.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is a bureau that protects consumer finances, so why do you think there is a fight over it now?
For a moment, our minds wandered from how dishonest, corrupt, and dislikable Donald Trump is—but just for a moment. Trump is also wrong. At least his dimwit tweeting can be helpful in court. Meanwhile, Investigators have found the first time Donald shows up in the Panama Papers, and about the millionth tie between Russia and Paul Manafort. About a million Russian bots are trying to get net neutrality repealed.
David Waldman takes a look at where the bets are placed in leadership PACs, and follows the money to follow the power in Washington.