The Letterman Joke deception, Smears and Cynicism of Sarah Palin
Article examines the Palin-Letterman Joke controversy and extremist Right-Wing political rhetoric of Sarah Palin. It shows how Palin created a controversy to deflect criticism of her rhetoric in the aftermath of the Holocaust museum murder. It examines the connection between Republican rhetoric and political violence. It examines the political exploitation of Palin's children by Palin. It demands Palin apologize or resign!
The Citizens United Trap for Republicans
Article covers how Citizens United and massive corporate spending might be used against Republicans in November. It examines how the issue is provoking numerous reform movements, how it can divide the Republican coalition and will likely become a personal political risk for Republican officeholders.
Wednesday, February 25, 2009(14 comments)
The Jindal Lesson: Keeping Those Republicans Out of Power
Article examines the Jindal response to Obama's speech on the economic recovery and heathcare. It examines the actions and motivations of Republican Governors trying to opt out of extending unemployment benefits in their states. The article looks at the failed economic ideology and political tactics of the national Republicans. It puts all this in a historical context by looking at the New Deal, FDR and the Great Depression
Monday, June 18, 2018(3 comments)
Trump Creates American Moral Crisis
The separation of children from their parents just because they are seeking asylum as immigrants to our nation is cruel beyond belief. It is immoral, violates international laws and betrays American values.
Thursday, December 30, 2010(7 comments)
Suggested Amendments to the U.S. Constitution for 2011
Article suggests a number of amendments to the U.S. Constitution to strengthen American democracy by curbing corporate power, promoting worker rights, securing Constitutional rights to employment during severe economic downturns, making access to healthcare a Constitutional right for American citizens and more.
C.L.E.A.N.- Community, Labor, Environmental Action Network
Article explains the origin and purpose of this new organization, founded in Delaware. It goes on to discuss why it should expand into a truly nation movement combining organized labor, churches, progressive organizations, environmental organizations, Democratic groups and civic groups.
Is the Republican Victory Plan Another Great Depression?
Article explores Republican Congressional tactics role in creating and prolonging the economic downturn. It argues that Republicans want to create economic distress for electoral advantage. It looks at the Republican assault on social security. It examines how Republican policies concentrate wealth and depress "effective economic demand" by reducing the disposable income of American workers.
Anti-Native American Media Bias
Stephen Crockett of Democratic Talk Radio condemns media bias against Native Americans and their Democratic allies demonstrated by reporting on the Abramoff scandals!
Sunday, July 18, 2010(4 comments)
The Tea Party "Catch 22"
Article examines the meltdown of the independent "Tea Party" myth going into the November elections and answers the Right Wing republican corporate spin around the subject.
Friday, February 12, 2010(3 comments)
Toward A Progressive Tea Party Movement
Article examines the "Tea Party" movement, Fox News, the corporatist agenda and progressive issues. It argues for reformist elements of the Tea Party movement to unite with progressive to enact reforms to offset corporate power and promote American democracy.
Tuesday, July 3, 2007
Political Corruption On Steroids
Political Corruption by the modern Republican Party has deep historic roots but has never been this bad. It now threatens our political traditions and system. The current Bush Administration was born in corruption and remains corrupt to the core.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008(1 comments)
Biden Helping A Working Family: An Untold Story
Article tells the story of the Yetman family of 11 facing foreclosure and what Senator Biden is doing for them. Story is about how the Senator from Delaware went to bat for this Pennsylvania family BEFORE he was picked as the Democratic VP candidate by Obama.
Tuesday, August 2, 2005
Breaking Monopoly Power
Breaking Monopoly Power explores how corporate monopoly power goes against true capitalist theory, undermines democracy and threatens American traditions. The article advocates serious reform.
Why All Progressives, Democrats, Unionists and Reformers Should Join ACORN
Article refutes the false Republican attacks on ACORN concerning the mortgage crisis and election fraud. It goes on to argue for the importance of ACORN. The article states that we should all refute the smears against ACORN. It concludes that progressives, unionists, Democrats and reformers should join ACORN to show solidarity.
Buying American-made Toys
Article argues that American consumers should buy American-made Toys. Companies and retailers should be boycotted if they do not manufacture in America and sell American-made toys.
Wednesday, May 9, 2007(7 comments)
Organized Labor Is Alive and Well
Article examines recent organized labor activities in the Greater Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania. It shows that in that state the union movement is healthy and vigorous. The article reports on the Central Labor Council dinner, the Workers Memorial Day ceremonies and efforts to get the Allentown City Council to pass a resolution supporting the Employee Free Choice Act.
Friday, December 19, 2008
Democratic Talk Radio 2008 Villain & Hero Awards
Democratic Talk Radio announces the 2008 Hero & Villain of the year awards. The hero is Al Franken. The villain category is a 3 way tie between Fox News, George McGovern and the Senate Republicans.
Medicare For All via H.R. 676
Article concerns the healthcare crisis in America and how the solution is expanding Medicare to cover all citizens. It suggests a basic action plan.
Sunday, August 10, 2008(4 comments)
Building Alliances and Voting for Change in 2008
Article advocates a long-term alliance of poor, working class and Middle Class Americans against the wealthiest of the Super Wealthy and large international corporations currently controlling our government. This alliance should be based on economic concerns, protecting the Bill of rights and legal due process, fighting corruption and avoiding unnecessary wars.
Thursday, July 19, 2012(1 comments)
Fighting 21st Century "Evil" in American Politics
Article examines political "evil" in terms of core American values such as political democracy, community of purpose and equal opportunity. It touches on being represented instead of being ruled by an economic and power elite. It touches on caring for the most unfortuanate Americans and the wealthiest paying their fair share of taxes. It touches on evil in regards to denying the voting rights of fellow Americans.
Monday, January 4, 2010(9 comments)
Democratic Talk Radio -"Heroes and Villains of 2009 Awards"
Democratic Talk Radio announces the winners of their 2009 Heroes and Villains Awards. Heroes are Mark Karlin (Editor of Buzzflash.com), Paul Krugman and Howard Dean. Villains are Glenn Beck, Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC) and "the entire Republican Party power structure and the few corporate Democrats undermining healthcare insurance reform in America."
Thursday, June 28, 2007
Affirmative Action for the Poor
We need to push affirmative action for the poor of all races in response to the recent Supreme Court assault on affirmative action based on race. This should be part of a commitment to eliminate poverty in America in our lifetime.
Sunday, December 23, 2007(45 comments)
Edwards is FDR with a Southern Accent
Article examines why Edwards is the best chance for long-term political realignment between the two major political parties based on a return to economic populism in the FDR tradition.
Retire The Worst Republican Members Of Congress
The 2006 elections left some of the worst Republican members of Congress in power. Article points out two, Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee and Virginia Foxx of North Carolina who should be retired by voters in the next elections. The article explains why you should help in this effort.
Sunday, November 5, 2006(9 comments)
The Rise of a New Populist Movement
Populism and Corporatism are being highlighted by the issues and candidacies of the 2006 Elections. They represent a bigger picture of realignment based on recent history and result from a backlash of Corporate control of American politics under the Bush Republicans. This article examines these developments and more.
Thursday, August 2, 2007(9 comments)
Misplaced Republican Spending Priorities
Public spending priorities can save or cost lives. This article examines Republican spending and tax priorities including Iraq, infrastructure repair, health care and tax cuts for the Super Wealthy.
Bush: Ruining The American Dream
The Bush Republicans are advancing an agenda that will ruin the American Dream of a government run by and for the people. Article shows how their policies undermine Americans living standards.
"Free Trade" Policy Craze is Crazy, Like Healthcare
The falsely named "free trade" policy craze is crazy. It undermines our Democracy and way of life. It contributes to our national debt, weakens both our defense and national security and creates numerous social ills. It is as bad as our healthcare policy. In fact, both problems are closely related. This article explains how and possible solutions to both.
Gerald Ford's Historic Mistake
Gerald Ford should never be forgiven for the pardon of Richard Nixon. He put the needs of the Republican Party over the needs of America. Many of the abuses of the current Bush White House would not have been possible without the unjust actions of Ford in the 1970's.
Democrats: The Liberal, Moderate and Conservative Party
The notion that real conservatives are better represented by the Democratic Party than the corrupt, radical Right cabal that passes for the Republican Party in the era of George W. Bush has finally being taken seriously.....
Article examines the Democratic Big Tent concept vs. Republican Corporatism.
The Need to Help Labor Radio Survive
Article examines the pressing need to create and fund non-corporate media by the progressive community and organized labor. It touches on the healthcare reform debate, excessive corporate power, the Fairness Doctrine and more. It concentrates on labor radio but mentions progressive magazines and Internet sites like OpEd News.com.
Patriotism Requires Economic Nationalism
If you consider yourself a patriot are not concerned about the ballooning trade deficit, the huge national debt and the loss of 3 million manufacturing jobs since the current Bush first occupied the White House, you are lying to yourself. If you are a political figure, you are likely lying to the American public, as well.
Economic globalization is certainly not inevitable....
Article explains details and solutions.
Monday, August 14, 2006(2 comments)
USING MY CAMPAIGN TO EDUCATE AND BUILD OUR MOVEMENT
Article examines how I am using my campaign for Cecil County Democratic Central Committee to educate voter about alternative media, promote activism, help other candidates and help with Party-building instead of just getting votes!
Friday, August 7, 2009
Congressman Kratovil wins how ?
Article examines how “tea-baggers, Obama birthers and Healthcare Town Hall Disrupters” help a moderate Democratic member of Congress win in a heavily Republican Congressional District. The “tea-baggers, Obama birthers and Healthcare Town Hall Disrupters” are the Democratic secret weapon of 2010.
No More Senate Super Majority Illusion
Article examines the destruction of the Democratic Senate Super Majority in the aftermath of the election of Republican Right Winger Scott Brown to the late Ted Kennedy's Senate seat. It argues that Democrats in the Senate should end the filibuster or at least lower the required over-ride number to 55. It argues for an end to bipartisanship solely on Republican terms and for more aggressive pursuit of economic populist policy.
Selecting Good Candidates Takes Time
Front-loading the selection of Presidential candidates is a negative development for the Democratic Party. It makes it more difficult for new candidates to emerge or new ideas to be heard. It gives less time to evaluate Primary candidates and will likely result in more negative campaigning by the Republicans. It makes big campaign money more important in the process.
Monday, March 31, 2008
Democratic Talk Radio goes on the air in Pennsylvania
Democratic Talk Radio will start broadcasting in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania on April 3rd. Stephen Crockett will be joined by the new Democratic Talk Radio co-host Dana Garrett.
Garrett is co-host of the Delaware based Progressive Voices talk radio show and blogs for Delaware Watch.
Wednesday, August 15, 2007(1 comments)
Karl Rove: Democratic Secret Weapon
Article explains how Karl Rove is the Democratic secret weapon. It shows how the "political genius" of Rove helped paint the Republicans as the Party of corruption, dirty tricks, endless war and the economic elitism.
Listen to the Voices Calling for Reform in America
The mainstream media has finally discovered the culture of corruption running our government. They have discovered the disappearing middle class. They have found the serious threat to our American Democracy of questionable voting machines and outright election fraud. I applaud their recent discoveries but feel the need to state that there have long been voices calling for reform actions to remedy these outrages...
Hanging Bush's Iraq War Critics
Article examines the mindset of crazed Republican politicans like Congressman Don Young who attack the patriotism of those opposed to Bush's Iraq War and the desperate tactics they use.
Monday, February 1, 2010
Shareholders Forced Political Spending
Article argues that every shareholder should have to agree before any corporation should be allowed to spend corporate money to win elections. It advocates passage immediately for passage of a federal law to this effect while efforts are underway to reverse the unjust Supreme Court ruling that permits corporate spending to influence elections. It argues for shareholders rights and control over corporate executives.
Wednesday, April 18, 2007(2 comments)
Surge In Iraq (With Republicans)
Only Republicans are getting any benefits from the Iraq War while others are making all the sacrifices. Article advocates forcing Republicans to fight and pay for it as the best way to end it.
Republican Dishonesty on Iraq
The Republican debate on Iraq is dishonest both intellectually and politically. Article examines how and why... and what voters should do about it. Right Wing Ideology and Republican Spin should not trump logic or reality!
Sunday, February 19, 2006
The Republican Talk Radio Big Lie
Republican Right control of talk radio is based on "Big Lies", abuse of business power and weakened broadcasting regulation. Article explains the process, the impact and how to fight back!
Sunday, June 3, 2007
Republicans Should Sex-Up Ideas Instead of Candidates
The Fred Thompson candidacy is an attempt to sex-up the Republican Presidential campaign by packaging old ideas and policies in new wrappings. Article looks at Thompson, Republican efforts to gain power by corrupting the election process instead of modifying their ideologies or policies and how Republican blind support of Corporate interests will eventually doom them to a much reduced permanent political minority.
Reaching Out to the College Community
Article shows how and why progressive groups, Democratic organizations and labor unions should target the American college community for greater organizing, educational activities and recruitment.
Friday, November 24, 2006(2 comments)
The Internet Should Work Like Our Democracy
Article examines how the Republican Extreme Right is attempting to use the Internet to attack opponents and disrupt American Democracy with all types of dirty tricks bordering on Internet terrorism.
Tuesday, June 13, 2006
Crazy Republican Talking Points
Article takes on Republican talking points (lies) about the pre-invasion threat of Saddam Hussein and Iraq, the outing of Valerie Palme as a covert CIA agent by the Bush White House and the importance of the death of al-Zarqawi. It calls on citizens to challenge all republican Spin and disinformation.
Thursday, November 23, 2006(4 comments)
Election Won, Election System Broken
While Democrats did win control of Congress, the voting system remains fundamentally broken. This article discusses the problems and suggests some ways to correct them.
Saturday, February 17, 2007(6 comments)
Defining and Refining the Democratic Message
Article is based on a speech given by Democratic Talk Radio host Stephen Crockett to the Lancaster County Democratic Party of Pennsylvania. It discusses tactics, issues and language that Democrats can use in their war of ideas with the Republican Spin Machine.
Just Say "HELL NO" To More Unfair Trade Deals
Congressional Democratic Leaders are selling out working Americans by working with Republicans to push for more unfair free trade agreements. It is time for grassroots Democrats to give them hell or retire them.
Our national economy is being destroyed for the private profit of a very few in the corporate economic elite. Elected Democrats should act now to halt all new agreements and either renegotiate or repeal others.
Thursday, July 5, 2007(7 comments)
Democrats Support The Fairness Doctrine
The Corporate Media is actively attacking the idea of the return to the Fairness Doctrine in broadcasting. They are falsely stating that the idea lacks support among Democrats. BS! Democratic activists are demanding massive media reform including a return to the Fairness Doctrine!
Friday, February 16, 2007(14 comments)
Bush and the Iraq Blame Game
The Bush Republicans seem to be playing a very cynical political game concerning the Iraq policy debate....
The public knows the truth but the Republican Spin Machine will always claim that failure in Iraq was because Democrats betrayed the mission..... The Republican Iraq Blame Game is a truly sick tactic by a truly sick political movement. I hope thinking Republicans will leave their Party in disgust over it.
Democratic Talk Radio announce choices for Hero and Villain of 2006
Democratic Talk Radio awards Hero of 2006 awards to journalist Kay Campbell and partisan political activist Linda Haynes for being Super Citizens in the Greater Huntsville (Alabama) community. Villain of 2006 was awarded to George W. Bush for using un-Constitutional "signing statements" in an attempt to grasp dictatorial powers.
Monday, March 19, 2007(11 comments)
Republican Political Mafia and Federal Law
There is nothing as corrupt as using the governmental powers of law enforcement, to selectively prosecute your political enemies and to cover-up criminal behavior by your political organization and allies, while in a position of political power. This situation is the essence of the current scandal concerning the firing of US Attorneys by the Bush White House.
Why Be Afraid of Filibusters or Vetoes
Article examines why Congressional Democrats should relish situations where Republicans in the Senate filibuster or the Bush White House vetoes our proposals. We should see confrontations over important issues of public policy. On issues, the public supports the Democrats!
Kerry's Iraq Joke Called Bush Stupid, Not Our Soldiers
Kerry joked about Bush being stupid in his Iraq policy. The Republican Spin Machine turned it into a insult of our soldiers. Article examples the tactic, the history of the tactic, why it will not work and the stupidity of Bush Republican policies.
Friday, October 20, 2006
How about Majority Rule on Issues!
It is time for voters to demand that our elected officeholders start voting into law the opinions and desires of the American public rather than those of the huge corporations funding and controlling American politics......
All citizens need to vote this November for candidates who will reverse these policies. We need change. The change we need is a real government by the people, for the people and of the people.
Sunday, January 21, 2007(1 comments)
Oil and Foreign Policy After Bush
In the post-Bush world, our nation will have to reprganize our energy, healthcare, trade and foreign policies to adapt to the challenges of the 21st Century. This article explores some of the issues and challenges involved.
Friday, August 5, 2005(1 comments)
The Purpose of Elections in America
Article examines the role of elections in America. Do they represent majority opinion like a true Democracy or a means for powerful elites to control government.
Thursday, November 10, 2005(1 comments)
State Power and Conservative Ideology
Article examines the conflict between traditional conservatives and the Bush Republican coalition of "neo-cons", so-called Christian Rightists and greedy Corporatists using the conservative label. It explores ideological and policy differences.
Thursday, January 10, 2008
The most exciting talk radio news for the 2008 election so far this year!
Amazingly,we are going to have a 24 hour progressive/Democratic/labor friendly radio station on the air in Jacksonville,FL for the rest of 2008!It will be run by a great Democratic talk show host and my friend Andy Johnson.For those of you who followed the '00 FL Election mess,Jacksonville was key!Johnson, former member of the FL House,has now taken over AM 1460 WZNZ turning it into the only N. FL progressive talk station.
Saturday, July 26, 2008
Future Liar-in-Chief McCain and his BS Express
Article ties the outright lies of Republican candidates like John McCain, Congressman Charlie Dent and Congresswoman Heather Wilson to Big Oil talking points. It outlines McCain's disinformation on Iraq. It shows that John McCain has demonstrated a complete ethical collapse because of his lust for the Presidency.
Saturday, March 3, 2007(9 comments)
Democratic Activists Harassed by Republican Lunatics
Populist Democratic activists are routinely being harassed by the lunatic fringe of the Republican Right and fanatics from the anti-Democratic Left. Lately, it seems increasingly likely that some of those on the Internet harassing Populist Democratic activists are actually supporters of the Republican Right pretending to be from the anti-Democratic Left.
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Friday, November 9, 2007(2 comments)
Waterboarding Republicans vs. Supporting Our Troops
Article argues that waterboarding is torture and therefore illegal! Bush Republicans who argue that waterboarding is not torture should be waterboarded when they tesify before Congress. Let them show by actions that they are sincere in their publicly stated positions.
Friday, January 13, 2006
Bush and Republicans vs. Rule of Law
Article responds to the spin campaign by Bush Republicans of White House illegal wiretapping. It puts the scandal in historical and Constitutional context.
Moderate Republicans, Congressional Elections and Foley
Republican scandals threaten Republican campaign everywhere. The Foley misdeeds threaten the Republican grip on Christian voters. Moderate Republicans are keeping corrupt Republican Right-wingers in power. Article makes the connections with details.
Only Fair and Balanced Trade Is Free
Article presents a strong case against the "so-called free trade" agenda. It states that free trade between developed nations with democracies with open markets are fine but argues against our current policies.
No Fun Being A Republican
The Republicans are locked in a democratic death dance because they oppose majority rule on most major issues. They are controlled by a corporate and corrupt donor base combined with a radicalized Right Wing activist base. The combination supports policies that are opposed by most voters. They are driving moderates and fair-minded conservatives out of their Party leaving an ever more corrupt, radicalized base behind.
When Politics Become Criminal
It is time for Republicans at all levels to distance themselves from the ethically challenged national leadership of the Republican Party and the Bush Administration. Not only have the Bush Republicans failed to follow the spirit of the law in many different ways, it now seems obvious that they are not complying with the letter of the law.
Thursday, November 24, 2005(1 comments)
Not A Penny More
The Republican Party is facing a middle class taxpayer revolt along with consumer outrage over cuts to government services. Tax cuts to the Super Wealthy and Bush's Iraq War break the budget.
Friday, October 27, 2006
Media Blocking the Reformist Message of Congressional Candidates
Congressional candidates like Clint Curtis in Florida, Tony Trupiano in Michigan and Dan Seals in Illinois are being ignored by the Corporate mainstream media. This is being done to prevent their reformist agendas and interesting personal stories from reaching the voting public.
Activists should demand media coverage.
Sunday, March 12, 2006
Republican Slogans for the 21st Century
Stephen Crockett of democratic Talk Radio suggests Republican slogans for the 21st Century that truthfully reflect their values, policies, actions and attitudes. Fun read!
Republicans to Poor "Freeze to Death"
Republican policy demonstrate strongly bias against poor in contrast to Christian doctrine during this Christmas season. Article examines latest outrages and cites Bible verses on the value of the poor and rich from the story of Jesus birth.
Friday, December 8, 2006(1 comments)
Economic and Political Populism Is Here To Stay
The 2006 Elections showed a growing populist trend that arose out of the corruption and excess Corporate power of Bush Republicanism. Article explains what this means for Democratic officeholders in terms of policy.
Monday, August 8, 2005
We Won Then Lost In Iraq
Article examines how Bush managed to snatch defeat from victory in Iraq by policy failures and placating the Corporate greed of his backers.
Sunday, February 12, 2006(1 comments)
Removing Attorney General Gonzales
Article urges removal of Alberto Gonzales as Attorney General based on his testimony before Congress. It examines Watergate similarities.
The 2006 Election "Perfect Political Storm"
Conventional political wisdom holds that the Republicans need to change the political discussion from the Foley scandals to other major political issues. This view overlooks the fact that Republican candidates are facing a "perfect political storm" of news developments in the closing weeks of the 2006 election cycle.....
Senate and Citizens: Save Our Constitution
Citizens must demand Senate defend our Constitutional Democracy by opposing Alito appointment, making our elections clean and honest and restoring "checks and balances."
Friday, November 17, 2006
Democratic Legislative Priorities Demanded By Voters
Congressional Democrats are on notice. They must pass legislation in a few key areas quickly to keep their jobs. The anger shown by voters in defeating Republican incumbents will be turned on Democrats if they fail to address key issues.
Article discusses these issues.
When Talking Points Become Lies
Examines the disconnect with reality of Bush Republican talking points on Iraq, taxes, Patriot Act and election reform along with the negative impact of policies based on dishonest information.
U.S. Policy Failures in the Post 9-11 World
The United States has fumbled badly our reaction to the 9-11 attacks. This article explains how and why, who profited politically and what our nation should do to correct our course.
Wednesday, October 18, 2006
A Philosophy of Voter Suppression
Article looks at voter suppression and the actions of the Bush Republicans. It looks at the serious threat to American Democracy posed by the national leadership of the Republican Party. It calls on all voters to reject Republican candidates and calls for a Constitutional Amendment guaranteeing your vote gets counts properly.
Sunday, March 5, 2006
Bush Republicanism: Anti-Conservatism In Action
Bush Republicanism is not Conservative in the traditional sense but actually is radically anti-conservative. Bush Republicanism has emerged as the dominant political ideology of the leadership of the modern Republican Party.
Economic Justice is the 2006 Election Issue
Immigration, minimum wage, trade policy, oil prices, health care, taxes, unionization, monopoly business practices, corruption, national debt and budget deficits are collectively taking on a common theme for the upcoming elections. This theme is economic justice.
Leaks Can Be Good
Article examines leaks and the serious danger of secret government under the Bush Administration
Friday, September 2, 2005
Crime As A Political Tactic
Disturbing essay on the use of criminal acts by Republicans to silence or harass Democratic activists like Democratic Talk Radio.
Sunday, October 30, 2005
A Growing Movement Against Corporate Excesses
Article examines the backlash against excessive Corporate power and greed during the Bush era. Covers rise of Corporate power and Bush Republicanism along with public backlash to excessive executive pay and oil industry price-gouging.
Sunday, February 19, 2006
Typical Missed News Story: Alternative State of Union
The Progressive Congressional Caucus held a conference and presented an Alternative State of the Union Agenda the morning of Bush's SOTU Address. The 62 member Congressional organization was completely ignored by the Corporate Mainstream Media> Event proves the "liberal media" myth is false.
Saturday, December 31, 2005
Editors and Publishers: Political Censors
Article examines the experiences of Democratic columnist Stephen Crockett with blatant political censorship and personal insults from Republicans editors and publishers. It places them in the larger political context of Bush Republicanism.
Monday, June 12, 2006(1 comments)
Fighting The Democratic No Ideas Myth
It is time for Democrats to counter the myth that Democrats have no policy ideas or prposals that Republicans and their corporate mainstream media allies are trying to sell to the public.
Friday, September 2, 2005
Killing Americans By Health Care Policy
Commentary explores how Republican opposition to government guaranteed universal health care kills millions of Americans but raises Republican campaign donations.