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Progressives Should Welcome Conservatives to the Climate Change Table: The Planet’s Future May Depend on It
A group of concerned Republicans, co-led by former secretaries of state James Baker and George Shultz, has decided to take climate change seriously and offer what they call a market-oriented solution.
What Democrats, be they Joe Biden or anyone else, is why even think that they can pander to the Trumplicans?
Was General Soleimani responsible for the deaths of Americans? Can he be considered a terrorist? Did the benefits of killing him outweigh the effects of heightened conflict with Iran?
Not only can we wait to see what more the select committee recommends, we can hope that it's continued bipartisan and collegial spirit rubs off on the rest of the institution.
The United States used to be about big things. What happened to that, especially when it comes to outer space?
In our current tribalistic and hyper-partisan lives, we have perhaps become too often accustomed to identifying ourselves or our neighbors first as Democrats or Republicans, liberals or conservatives... instead of what unites us first as Americans.
Regardless of the fact that his fellow Republicans overwhelmingly support the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, Trump has made noises of threatening to veto the bill when it reaches his desk. His rationale is less than compelling.
With the 2020 presidential election quickly approaching, politics in America are now more heated than ever.
Influence peddling has only grown rampaciously during the Trump administration. It now appears to touch all three branches and it's a bipartisan problem.