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Affordable Care Act message from Rep. Tony Cárdenas

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Representative Tony Cárdenas released the following statement regarding his vote to oppose Republicans’ Affordable Care Act repeal legislation. “After 27 hours of debate, I’m more convinced than ever that the Republicans’ Affordable Care Act repeal will hurt […]

Affordable Care Act message from Rep. Tony Cárdenas

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Representative Tony Cárdenas released the following statement regarding his vote to oppose Republicans’ Affordable Care Act repeal legislation. “After 27 hours of debate, I’m more convinced than ever that the Republicans’ Affordable Care Act repeal will hurt […]

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Women’s Day message from Rep. Barbara Lee

Washington, D.C. — Congresswoman Barbara Lee released the following statement marking International Women’s Day and the ‘Day Without A Woman’ strike: “Across the country and around the world, women are

Government musings: They may be obsolete by tomorrow morning

I hesitate to share my political thoughts with you. Not because of the outrage they might receive or the likelihood our president will wire tap my phones, but because

President Trump: The buck stops before me

One of the things I enjoy the most about president Trump is his seemingly infinite ability to never hold himself accountable for anything. He loves to start a public

Colin Kaepernick: The truth of his free agency

People are posting stories in which they state San Francisco 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick was fired today by his team. This is not the case and is being done

Trump’s pusillanimous immigration policy imperils the public and the police

Standing stiffly in overly-starched police blues it was obvious, even before he admitted so himself, that Officer Sean Dinse wished he wasn’t addressing the congregation of the Community Church

Oscar recipients: Sit down and shut up

When I was in eighth grade, my soccer coaches selected me as the team's Most Valuable Player. The award, and a few other team awards, were handed out at

Give me peanut butter or give me death

I usually wake up once during the night to use the bathroom. Lately, because of of the incessant discomfort of from some herniated discs and the absence of my

Black History Month: The past, present and future of black history

As time has come and time has gone every single year the country celebrates the month of February and call it Black History Month. As an African American child,

John Steinbeck’s road map for resisting Donald Trump

A recent blog post of the National Book Critics Circle asked members “at this time of cultural shift” in the dawning era of Donald Trump to identify their “favorite

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