Brown & Black Presidential Forum Gives Voice To Young Voters“It’s their time.” ….. Read More.BET – All News | News & EntertainmentFri, January 17, 20203 days ago
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Actually, Women Win a LotThroughout her campaign, Senator Elizabeth Warren has largely sidestepped the question of sexism. It’s a lose-lose situation: Women candidates don’t want to seem whiny, but they also don’t want to look weak if they’re insulted or discriminated against because of their gender.When CNN reported on Monday that Bernie Sanders told her in 2018 that a woman could not be elected president, Warren seemed trapped. She could call out Sanders for sexism and risk seeming shrill or petty. Or she could let the story pass without making anything of it. On the debate stage in Iowa Tuesday night, Warren chose a third path: She argued that being a woman is not a liability for political candidates. It’s a strength.To make her case, Warren pointed to hard evidence, invoking the records of her competitors in the Democratic primary race. “Look at the men on this stage,” Warren said….
Looming Impeachment Trial Adds Urgency To Senators’ Campaign PushThe four senators running for president will mostly be off the campaign trail in the final days before Iowa votes. They’ll work around the impeachment trial with Skype, surrogates and red-eye flights.(Image credit: Patrick Semansky/AP) ….. Read More.NPR – Politics | Politics & GovernmentMon, January 20, 20205 hours ago
How Trump is ‘Unmaking the Presidency’Legal analyst Benjamin Wittes discusses ‘Unmaking the Presidency,’ the new book he’s co-authored with Susan Hennessey.Read more ….. Read More.MSNBC – The Latest | U.S. and World NewsMon, January 20, 20203 hours ago
The Senate impeachment trial is about to kick into high gear. Here’s what we knowThe Senate impeachment trial is set to begin in earnest Tuesday when Republicans and Democrats are expected to debate a resolution setting the rules for the trial before starting opening arguments. ….. Read More.CNN – Politics | Politics & GovernmentSun, January 19, 202010 hours ago
Arnold Schwarzenegger Is Not ImpressedSANTA MONICA, Calif.—In another world, Arnold Schwarzenegger might be an elder statesman in his party. The Republican former governor of California might even be a top ally of the entertainment president: They used to be friendly, and Schwarzenegger was Donald Trump’s successor on Celebrity Apprentice.In Trump’s world, though, Schwarzenegger is a GOP apostate. Fresh off of playing the president of the United States in a new movie—the upcoming Kung Fury 2, which has a plot about “Thundercops” and time travel and the Miami Kung Fu Academy—Schwarzenegger is coming into 2020 trying to sort out his role in politics in the year ahead. He thinks Republicans should follow his lead on environmentalism and redistricting reform. He thinks the whole country should follow California’s lead on integrating economic growth into environmental protection.Forget about the Green New Deal, he says: “There’s only one deal, and that is the California…