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Gov. Rick Scott’s anti-science purge begins: State employee banned for uttering ‘climate change’ A Florida state employee has been reprimanded and told not to come to work after Gov. Rick Scott’s (R) administration banned the use of the terms “climate change” and “global warming.” Earlier this month, reports said that officials in the Scott administration ordered Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) administrators not to use the terms in documents or meetings because they asserted that the climate science behind global warming was not a “true fact.” More
Portman among 47 GOP senators to sign letter to Iran WASHINGTON — In a move Democrats denounced as trying to sabotage the Obama administration’s foreign policy, Sen. Rob Portman and 46 other Senate Republicans yesterday warned Iran’s leadership that any agreement to limit Tehran’s apparent efforts to build a nuclear bomb would need Senate approval to stay in effect beyond 2016. More
Republicans to back Obama's student loan plan House Republicans are willing to give President Barack Obama a rare win, the chairman of the Education and Workforce Committee said Thursday in outlining a deal that would let college students avoid a costly hike on their student loans. More
GOP boycotts health care advisory board House and Senate Republican leaders told President Barack Obama Thursday that they will refuse to nominate candidates to serve on an advisory board that is to play a role in holding down Medicare costs under the new health care act. More
Romney's forceful body language scores in debate NEW YORK (AP) -- The hands came out of the pockets. The gaze was intense. Mitt Romney leaned confidently into the lectern. Even with the sound turned off, Romney would have stolen Newt Gingrich's debate thunder with a surprisingly commanding and aggressive ... 01/27/2012 - 9:24 am | View Link
Romney's forceful body language scores in debate NEW YORK – The hands came out of the pockets. The gaze was intense. Mitt Romney leaned confidently into the lectern. Even with the sound turned off, Romney would have stolen Newt Gingrich's debate thunder with a surprisingly commanding and aggressive ... 01/26/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
Romney's forceful body language scores in debate NEW YORK (AP) — The hands came out of the pockets. The gaze was intense. Mitt Romney leaned confidently into the lectern. Even with the sound turned off, Romney would have stolen Newt Gingrich's debate thunder with a surprisingly commanding and ... 01/25/2012 - 11:00 am | View Link
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The annual White House correspondents’ dinner—the last of Barack Obama’s presidency—will take place Saturday night.
As he does every year, Obama will speak and tell jokes. Comedian Larry Wilmore will host the event, and he has said he’s looking forward to taking on the challenge of hosting Obama’s last dinner and using the 2016 presidential race as comedic inspiration.
Hillary Clinton today promotes herself as a “reformer with results,” and she’s relied on a widespread impression that she and Bernie Sanders aren’t really that far apart on major issues. After the last round of primaries in the Northeast, she expressed it again:
“Because whether you support Senator Sanders or you support me, there’s much more that unites us than divides us.
This week at progressive state blogs is designed specifically to focus attention on the writing and analysis of people focused on their home turf. Let me know via comments or Kosmail if you have a favorite state- or city-based blog you think I should be watching. Here is last Saturday's edition. Inclusion of a blog post does not necessarily indicate my agreement or endorsement of its contents.
At The Wheeling Alternative of Virginia, waner writes—News from the war on coal and coal miners:
Last month, the New Republic's Emma Foehringer Merchant asked "Is It Game Over for Coal?" The article began by noting that the state of Oregon recently became the first state to phase out the use of coal for electricity generation (by 2035).
She is just so good at her job.
Donald Trump spokesperson extraordinaire Katrina Pierson showed off the planet she lives on for money, appearing on CNN with host Victor Blackwell and Clinton surrogate Miami Beach mayor Philip Levine. Just in case you can't stomach her in large doses, here's a fifty cent tour of her latest bucket of falsehoods.
"Mister Trump always says nice things about people, just because he's a good person."
"Hillary is responsible for the Libya mess which gave birth to ISIS." [I know, that one burns with stupid -- ISIS is universally acknowledged to be a direct outcome of the US invasion of Iraq by the Bush Administration.
If you thought North Carolina GOP lawmakers might balk at the economic calamity known as HB2 that is slowly draining their state dry, you were sadly optimistic.
The NCAA Board of Governors may threaten to pull 20-some scheduled championship events (not to mention all future ones) from the state, cancellations might already be hobbling the state’s $21 billion tourism industry, and the federal government could cut billions in aid, and yet Tar Heel State Republicans haven’t even flinched but for one exception: Gov.
Conservatives and Trump apologists are trying to spin the chaotic bedlam outside the California GOP Convention yesterday. A large group of anti-Trump activists converged on the SF Bay Area suburb of Burlingame. This presented quite an unconventional and uncomfortable scene for the controversial candidate.
Protesters -- some of whom wore bandanas over their faces and carried Mexican flags -- blocked off the road in front of the Hyatt Regency here, forcing the GOP front-runner's motorcade to pull over along a concrete median outside the hotel's back entrance.