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Joe Biden speaks of Doug Jones chasing the KKK to the gates of hell. Photo: Doug Jones for Senate Committee​
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Social movements build power and make change. The Democrats would be wise to heed the lessons of Alabama, from resistance to slavery, to the civil-rights era, to the unexpected victory of Doug Jones.
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Tim Kaine meets with Bolivian family
Penney Kome | “Si, se puede”? We shall see what Tim Kaine means for the Democrats
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Michael Laxer | Sanders' so-called 'revolution' will go nowhere within the context of the Democratic Party.
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Emily Blake | Find out more about the stories behind the headlines as rabble.ca's bloggers offer informed and alternative opinions on the top stories affecting our nation.
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Michael Laxer | As long as we on the left continue to see our political deliverance embodied in a leader, we lose.
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Michael Laxer | Whatever the flaws of Sanders, his campaign represents a huge reversal of fortune and victory for the idea that there can even be a socialist idea in America.
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Michael Laxer | While many are seeing his run as the joke that just keeps giving up new punchlines, his run for Presidential office should be taken deadly seriously for the tremendous danger it represents.
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David J. Climenhaga | Two well-known political rivals from Alberta's recent past have teamed up to form a powerhouse political and strategic consultancy south of the U.S. border.
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Amy Goodman | Election Day should not be the end of people's campaigns for change. It simply indicates a door has been opened a crack.
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The elemental Stephen Harper
David J. Climenhaga | If the Conservatives can't moderate themselves enough to truly become Canada's natural governing party, well, there is another party waiting in the wings.
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Sarah Laskow | Americans don't know what to think about climate change anymore. A few years ago, the public more or less trusted the science that said human activity was raising global temperatures.
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Matthew Adams, Stephen Benedetti | Who counts? In Harper's budget world it isn't women, the environment or indigenous issues. But he counts deficits. And plenty is being counted for the U.S. health care bill but not what matters.