We either get past our disappointments over Obama to help elect the best possible candidates between now and November, or cede even more power to the most destructive interests in America.
|By: Paul Rogat Loeb Tuesday October 5, 2010 11:45 pm|
|By: stevenjbailey Tuesday September 14, 2010 4:52 pm|
Glen Greenwald’s post on how Senator Feingold has been one of the few to stand up consistently for Civil Liberties and the Constitution.
|By: Robert Naiman Thursday August 19, 2010 9:10 am|
In pushing for more time for the “surge” to “work,” David Petraeus is doing exactly what he promised he would *not* do in November 2009: ask for more time for the “surge” to “work.” If Mr. Petraeus’ clear statement in November 2009 can not now be trusted, why should Americans trust anything else he has to say about the drawdown?
|By: Scarecrow Tuesday July 13, 2010 7:38 am|
According to Politico’s Carrie Budoff Brown, Russ Feingold’s defiance on the so-called financial reform bill irks liberals. She even finds one liberal to say how irked he his. That’s right, one (1) and he doesn’t claim to speaks for all liberals.
|By: Josh Mull Thursday May 27, 2010 2:44 pm|
18 senators voted in support of an exit timetable, but there were still some notable senators who voted No. And we know why.
|By: Josh Mull Tuesday May 25, 2010 1:57 pm|
How to protect the media’s election narrative on, or in spite of, the war in Afghanistan.
|By: Robert Naiman Thursday April 22, 2010 8:06 am|
Rep. Michael Honda, a leader on Afghanistan among House Democrats, has backed the Feingold-McGovern bill for a timetable for U.S. military withdrawal. This could help set in motion a chain of events to end the war.
|By: Robert Naiman Thursday April 15, 2010 5:15 pm|
Yesterday, Senator Russ Feingold, Representative Jim McGovern, and Representative Walter Jones announced the introduction of legislation that – if it attracts enough support – could end the U.S. military occupation of Afghanistan, and bring the troops home.
|By: daphneeviatarhumanrights1st Wednesday April 14, 2010 12:25 pm|
Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee today urged Attorney General Eric Holder to stick to his initial determination that the alleged 9/11 plotters should be tried in civilian court, and not bow to partisan politics on what should be a legal determination.