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  • 2020 Democrats Running for President

    02/27/2019 11:15:23 AM PST · by Eleutheria5 · 43 replies
    Washington (CNN)The 2020 Democratic field is taking shape, with candidates revealing their intentions on a seemingly everyday basis. Here's a look at the Democrats who have thrown their hats into the ring. We're going to keep updating this list through the campaign season as candidates announce their intentions or drop their bids. Announced campaigns Sen. Cory Booker.....
  • CNN Fails to Disclose Democratic Party Ties of Questioners at Bernie Sanders Townhall

    02/26/2019 2:43:49 PM PST · by Conserv · 11 replies
    CNN failed to disclose the political connections of audience members who questioned 2020 presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) during his town hall on the network last night, per a report from Paste Magazine. The leftist outlet found that CNN described Baltimore County Democratic Party Chair Tara Ebersole as a “former biology professor,” Charles County Democratic Central Committee Chair Abena McAllister as “an active Democrat,” a Public Policy intern at DC Cassidy and Associates — a large lobbying firm — as an “American University student,” and an intern at the Katz Watson Group fundraising and consulting firm as a “George...
  • Consensus Grows In Meda To Stop Covering Trump's Rallies (sic, in more ways than one)

    07/09/2018 3:13:07 AM PDT · by ransomnote · 82 replies
    youtube.com ^ | July 8, 2018 | Politicus Media
    At the YouTube link, Vox’s Ezra Klein and CNN’s Brian Stelter discuss the growing consensus among the press that they will no longer cover Trump rallies as they aren't newsworthy. YouTube: Consensus Grows In Meda To Stop Covering Trump's Rallies
  • The fight over net neutrality returns as supporters launch long-shot bid to resurrect the rules

    05/09/2018 8:53:28 AM PDT · by BenLurkin · 21 replies
    Los Angeles Time ^ | May 08, 2018 | 2:35 PM | Jim Puzzanghera
    Democrats and other supporters of the controversial internet traffic regulations are seeking to turn the tables on Republican opponents by using a legislative tactic, popularized recently by the GOP, to resurrect the rules the Federal Communications Commission struck down last year. ... Democrats are using the maneuver to keep the issue alive heading into this fall's elections, which will determine control of the House and Senate, said Daniel Lyons, an associate professor at Boston College Law School who specializes in telecommunications and internet legal matters. "It keeps the issue in the headlines, and it forces some members of Congress to...
  • NBC Endorses Oprah For President

    01/07/2018 7:47:04 PM PST · by Helicondelta · 90 replies