With the obligatory caveat that you should trust your own judgement and form your own opionions on the various voices across all forms of news media, this is my own list of the pundits I've settled into listening to at one point in time or another.
Bernie moves into a position of power in the Senate.
The House Progressive Fanction just failed to throw their respective weight around in #forceTheVote.
There were two Bernies of 2016 vs 2020 insofar as willingness to confront the Demo ...read more
I'm a Progressive but I like Saagar. I know he irks some on the left, but he makes a lot of sense, most of the time, to me. Where we diverge his arguments for the given position are the best that there could be and so are worth considering. ...read more
Kyrstal and Saagar go over Texas and the volatility of the plutocratic dream that is energy pricing in Texas.
I'm late posting this. I'm also late updating SpringThePrimaries and my list of congress memebers supporting or not supporting Medicare for All.
Donald Norcross is actually my representive in the house. ...read more
Charles Barkley is a guy that always has my ear. He'll say anything and so occassionally will land on some interesting, unspoken truth. And he has a sense of humor.
In this case, it's not anything people who follow polit ...read more
Matt Stoller brings up a key point that I'm sure won't be brought up enough when it comes to Biden's infrastructure bill. The spend or don't spend debate may lead us to forget that if we do spend we need to spend efficiently. We need the money to count.