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Jan Cox


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  1. By Nathaniel Meyersohn, CNN “Let them eat Corn Flakes” appears to be Kellogg’s CEO Gary Pilnick’s advice to cash-strapped shoppers who are spending the highest portion of their inc ome on food than at any point in the last 30 years. In an interview with CNBC last week, WK Kellogg CE
  2. Just scanned the news. Media headlines uniformly say trump’s appealing his verdict, which is incorrect. He filed his intent to appeal, which is meaningless without the money. #wheresthebondmoneydonald
  3. This is the GOP.
  4. Uh-huh. Let's say Trump actually gives a damn about Black people being unfairly targeted by cops and unjustly treated by the judicial system. (He doesn't, but let's just say.) What's his plan to fix that? Where are his prison reform and police reform and judicial reform proposal
  5. By Steven Beschloss It was stunning to watch the White House press corps go on the attack with Joe Biden about his memory—this after letting Donald Trump get away with for four years (and more) degrading the public’s ability to know what’s true and what’s false. Fueled by a politi
  6. Mike Johnson’s double losses yesterday shouldn’t be a surprise. He had ZERO leadership experience when he was elected speaker. Nancy Pelosi made the job look easy, but it’s anything but — especially when you’re an ideological zealot. The dude is simply incompetent, and now the wh
  7. Posties this is a serious moment and unless some wiser, cooler, and more sensible leaders prevail here—we are on a precipice. A major political party is promoting that a Governor should ignore the Supreme Court and defy federal law. Hold the Line! There is open talk of civil war an
  8. By Paige Freshwater Saying goodbye to a pet is always heartbreaking, especially when they cross the Rainbow Bridge before their time. But after watching a poor pooch spend its final moments in sheer panic, a vet issued an emotional plea on Reddit , urging owners to stay with their
  9. PARIS (Reuters) - Power generated from low-emissions sources, such as wind, solar and nuclear, will be adequate to meet growth in global demand for the next three years, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said, adding power sector emissions are on the decline. Following record
  10. By KJ Boyle The perennial complaint about mainstream media coverage of presidential elections is that it too often gets bogged down in the horse-race muck—endless discussions of approval ratings, head-to-head polls between front-runner candidates, and the public’s opinions on hot-
  11. By Ellie Quinlan Houghtaling Donald Trump took the road less traveled on Monday, opting to use sounds and shapes rather than words to explain what he had in mind for America’s military. During a campaign stop in Laconia, New Hampshire—the last rally before the state’s Republican pr
  12. Though 2023 was a challenging year for the president, there was relative stability in White House staffing, particularly when compared to the tumult in the Trump administration. Kathryn Dunn Tenpas provides some key takeaways on Biden’s “A Team,” which includes many of the most s
  13. By Michael Tomasky I know that you come here for my honeyed prose and can’t bear the idea of turning away, but I have to recommend that you watch the video below. It’s a clip of Donald Trump speaking in Concord, New Hampshire, last Friday night. He’s laying into Nikki Haley. That’
  14. Sitting in a courtroom, feet away from the woman he sexually assaulted, the ex-President keeps trying to outrun the consequences of his own bad acts. By Eric Lach At Donald Trump ’s first criminal arraignment , in April, the security measures were out of a Hollywood action movie. Sev
  15. By Tori Otten Representative Jamie Raskin demanded Friday that Donald Trump return the nearly $8 million he was paid by foreign governments while he was president. A report released last week by House Oversight Committee Democrats found that Trump made more than $7.8 million during
  16. “Vermin” “They are poisoning the blood of our country” His rhetoric traces directly back to Adolf Hitler. In a normal time, he would be immediately shunned out of politics. Out of our public discourse. Every American would be horrified at him dredging up the evil that almost consume
  17. By Brynn Tannehill It is no longer controversial to speak plainly about the authoritarian shift of the Republican Party, led by Donald Trump. Hillary Clinton was dragged in 2016 for saying , “You could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables.… The

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