The worst thing we could do is to respond to the horrible and tragic events in Boston with more fear.
Articles by: Winning Progressive
Republicans are continuing their efforts to restrict voting by Democratic-leaning groups through state legislative proposals that would establish significant hurdles to voting.
Like many who pushed the Iraq War down America’s throat, Thomas Friedman refuses to accept responsibility for his role. Instead, he wants us to wait 20 years before we condemn him. How very convenient.
Covering everything from the upcoming 10th anniversary of the commencement of war in Iraq to minimum wage and more.
The chief of police in Montgomery, Alabama apologizing for his department’s failure to protect civil rights workers while Maryland is getting close to abolishing the death penalty show that progress is possible.
The briefs filed to the Supreme Court on DOMA provide starkly contrasting visions of the extent to which the Constitution should work to ensure that all Americans receive the same rights.
Reading the court briefs filed by the president and the House of Representatices provides a telling case study of just how differently progressives and conservatives view the U.S. Constitution.
Scalia’s contention that protecting voting rights somehow constitutes a ‘racial entitlement’ suggests an extremely disturbing vision of equality.
In his response to the State of the Union Address, Marco Rubio tipped his hand, revealing that the source of his optimistic economic growth comes from the failed policies of Calvin Coolidge.
Senator Rubio’s SOTU response shows that nothing has really changed in the GOP since last year’s electoral defeat.
The NRA can’t win by facts, so they turn to distortion in order to try and continue their argument that people need unfettered access to military grade weapons in their private lives.
Public opinion research shows that the majority of Americans support each one of these proposals. Let’s heed our President’s call and get to work.
LaPierre’s speech offered a look into the mindset of the wider conservative movement that is trapped in a bubble of black-and-white,
The actions of Republicans are showing it’s going to take more than a couple speeches to free themselves from the crazy.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) took to the floor of the Senate earlier this week to loudly proclaim that filibuster reform would undermine the very purpose of the Senate.
Another important element in making sure the Democrat’s Senate majority will be productive, will be decided as leadership hands out committee assignments.
Walmart employees and their allies are planning as many as 1,000 actions in stores throughout the country and online on Black Friday.
The blame game is pointless because there is more than enough blame to go around.
The good news is that there were even more progressive victories in last week’s election that we should celebrate and build upon.
Winning Progressive urges us all to temporarily resist the urge to dive right back into the next fight and, instead, take a day or two to celebrate what we have achieved in this election.