Congress recently made history by overriding a presidential veto for the first time under Barack Obama. Soon after, they expressed doubt about their own bill, worrying about unintended consequences. You probably know that JASTA, the bill in question, was designed to allow American families of 9/11 victims to sue the Saudi Arabian government over their [...]
The double-shot of liquor on my table wasn’t an accident on March 15th. It was 8:47 PM and I was at Smitty’s in Elyria, Ohio, sitting in the chair that Obama had used a few years earlier during a campaign stop, which was stamped with a plaque commemorating the visit. We were holding a watch [...]
Janet, a retired schoolteacher, union president, and activist who taught in the Peace Corps, is everything Jim Jordan isn't. She is unabashedly progressive in a deep red gerrymandered district, she is on the street talking (and listening) to constituents, and she is representing the regular folks in the district.