Cafe : Opinion

Trump’s Iowa Political Organizing This Year Is Nothing Like His Scattershot 2016 Campaign
School Board Members Could Soon Be Blocked From Blocking People On Social Media
How Trump Brought ‘Networked Incitement’ To The Capitol
Social media and cellphones connected President Trump to the Jan. 6 insurrectionists.
Guatemala’s Democracy Descends Into Crisis, With Implications For The US
Guatemala’s anti-corruption leader-to-be could be prevented from taking office
The Balance Of Power Between Workers And Employers Shifted In 2023. We Don’t Yet Know How Far It’ll Shift.
This year’s historic Hollywood and UAW strikes aren’t labor’s whole story — the total number of Americans walking off the job remained relatively low
Russia Ramps Ups Attacks On LGBT Groups For An International, Far-Right Audience
What Mike Johnson’s Stint Representing A Creationist Museum In Court Reveals About His Politics
Sandra Day O’Connor’s Experience As A Legislator Guided Her Consensus-Building Work On The Supreme Court
Right Wingers’ ‘Anti-Woke’ Alternative To Disney Has Finally Arrived
By strategically targeting their politically engaged audiences, the platforms have been successful – and could have more staying power than prior attempts at making music and movies for conservatives.
Tuberville Finally Ends Abortion Tantrum, Drops Blockade On Most High-Ranking Nominations
This public obstruction spotlights how Senate rules, written and unwritten, offer opportunities for individual senators to impede the legislative process until their demands are met.
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