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American Prospect 08/16/2019 15:04
Esteban Whiteside. Mueller's Breakfast (2016). P. resident Trump has hijacked America’s collective consciousness, fraying the bonds holding a volatile, multicultural nation together. There are as many daily outrages from him as there are hours in the day—and increasingly he utters some of the most nauseous paeans to white supremacy ever delivered by an American president. When the president gets into Esteban Whiteside’s head, powerful and devastating images from the catalog of Trump’s travesties emerge. Whiteside’s works also reach back deep into the African American experience, retrieving shards of slavery, Jim Crow, and police brutality to hurtle them straight at the viewer. There is no middle ground in these challenging tableaux. They force.
American Prospect 08/16/2019 12:02
Kristoffer Tripplaar/Sipa/AP Images. It’s worth considering what no Democrat has dared advocate for 50-some years: a renewed and robust public investment in media. T. hat journalism is an industry in crisis is a fact that needs no repeating. Last week, the surprise shutdown announcements from both Pacific Standard (where I used to write until recently) and Governing magazine poured fuel on an already raging fire. The dozens of jobs lost at those two outlets merely add to a 2019 that has seen over people lose jobs in media already, including some journalists. Those numbers are relatively mild compared to recent years. In 2018, media companies announced an astonishing , some 11,878 coming from news organizations, with both local and national ou.
American Prospect 08/16/2019 06:00
Susan Walsh/Associated Press. Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee Representative Bennie Thompson (D-MS) also chairs the Congressional Black Caucus Institute, whose financial ties to private prison firm CoreCivic run counter to the caucus's prison reform agenda. produces investigative journalism on lobbying and money in politics.
American Prospect 08/15/2019 17:21
Charles Reed/U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement via AP. In this 2018 photo provided by ICE, a child colors at South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, Texas. By law, children shouldn’t be in Border Patrol custody more than 72 hours. M. urderous violence. Sexual assault. Criminal gangs. Domestic abuse. Failed governments. Police unwilling or unable to offer protection. These are the reasons child after child gave for coming to the United States in search of safety, as we interviewed them in the U.S. Border Patrol facilities in El Paso, Texas, in June. Many of the children had plausible claims to asylum that should be seriously considered, and every child had the right to be treated humanely and with dignity. Yet many broke down i.
American Prospect 08/15/2019 10:31
Yu Fangping/Imaginechina/AP Images. A cargo ship is loaded with containers in Qingdao City, China. In 2017, Americans imported $526 billion worth of goods from China, while exporting only $130 billion worth of goods there. C. hina’s trade practices pose a barrier to broadly based American prosperity, and in his 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump effectively railed against the indulgence of those practices by past administrations. Trump’s own inept trade negotiations, however, have not reduced such practices. Rather remarkably, Trump has managed to significantly worsen the United States’ trade deficit with China: U.S. imports from China are up while U.S. exports have dropped . State subsidies for companies that export, tariff barriers, i.
American Prospect 08/13/2019 16:11
Mark Humphrey/AP Photo. Abortion rights protesters in the Tennessee State Capitol in 2015. The outright abortion bans enacted and temporarily stayed in Alabama and Missouri, and currently under consideration in Tennessee, are completely at odds with public sentiment in those states. Y. esterday in the Tennessee state senate, legislators held a on an amendment to ban abortion in the state. Once “a viable pregnancy is presumed to exist or has been confirmed,” women would be banned from getting abortions. They explicitly discussed what’s the best strategy to get to the Supreme Court and win. This amendment goes even further than the so-called heartbeat bills that ban abortion at six weeks—or two weeks after a woman misses her period. The senator.
American Prospect 08/13/2019 05:00
Mark Lennihan/AP Photo. A homeless man sleeps on Wall Street near the New York Stock Exchange. The American dream promises that anyone can make it if they work hard enough and play by the rules. Anyone can make it by pulling themselves up by their “bootstraps.”Baloney. The truth is: In America today, your life chances depend largely on how you started— and . Everything else—, , —hinges on this start. So as ——. While. And. The phrase “pulling yourself up by the bootstraps” itself is rubbish. Its origins date back to an 18th-century fairy tale, and the phrase was for an impossible feat of strength. Other countries understand that the family you’re born into as well as the social safety nets and social springboards you have access to play large
American Prospect 08/13/2019 05:00
Seth Wenig/AP Photo. A sign marks a pick-up point for the Uber car service at LaGuardia Airport in New York. I. t’s long been understood that ridesharing apps like Uber and Lyft may pose a threat to public transit. Despite those companies’ claim that they’re complementary to buses and trains, research has repeatedly that ridesharing does indeed siphon riders from municipal transportation. One such study from the University of Kentucky this dynamic starkly: For every year after ride-hailing companies enter an urban market, rail ridership falls by 1.3 percent, and bus ridership by 1.7 percent. Thirty-one of 35 major metropolitan areas in the United States lost public-transit passengers in 2017. Now, with many regional transit systems reeling an.
American Prospect 08/12/2019 10:00
Tim Brakemeier/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images. The Prospect has reported on numerous regulatory changes that the Trump administration has made in order to enact policy without legislative input, and the new DHS policy is no different. P. resident Trump’s attacks on the safety net continue, and all the better for him if he can disenfranchise multiple marginalized populations in one fell swoop.
American Prospect 08/12/2019 07:00
Ross D. Franklin/Associated Press. American Airlines sued New York City over its paid sick leave laws—one more example of American businesses’ frequent reflexive reaction against any pro-worker laws. E. arlier this month, just in time for people’s summer vacations, American Airlines took a legal action that has the potential to expose travelers to more germs.
American Prospect 08/11/2019 18:21
Chris Carlson/AP Images. Supporters of Congressman Gil Cisneros, a Hispanic Democrat elected to represent the 39th District in Orange County, California, cheer at a rally at the Cal State Fullerton campus. Last week, The Los Angeles Times reported that formerly deep-red Orange County now has more registered Democrats than Republicans. I. n 1997, The American Prospect ’s Paul Starr wrote an article titled “. ,” in which he argued that demographic and voting trends suggested the possibility that Democrats could take firm control of American politics for years or even decades to come. His title was a play on The Emerging Republican Majority , a 1969 book by former Nixon adviser Kevin Phillips that laid out the “Southern Strategy” that Republicans.
American Prospect 08/09/2019 15:03
Michel Euler/AP. Author and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison in 2006. Dear Ms. Morrison,. It’s so strange. I never cry for famous people. When Whitney went, when Michael died, I shook my head and said a prayer and then continued. When Prince died I stopped a little longer; that one really hurt my heart. But still I did not cry. These were great and complicated artists, gone before their times and for the sake of their families, and for the world, I felt the loss but not for me, not really. For one thing—and I see this only now, with your passing—as much as I loved them, they were musicians, not writers. This made them a kind of distant cousin, one who lived, say, in Montreal and therefore never made the cookout. I knew their names, knew our connec.
American Prospect 08/09/2019 11:39
Carlos Osorio/AP Image. Senator Michael Bennet, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, former HUD Secretary Julian Castro, Senator Cory Booker, former Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Kamala Harris, Andrew Yang, Representative Tulsi Gabbard, Washington Governor Jay Inslee and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio participate in the second of two Democratic presidential primary debates in Detroit. produces investigative journalism on lobbying and money in politics.
American Prospect 08/09/2019 06:00
Frederick Gore/The Republican/AP. It isn't Alex Morse’s record as mayor of a small city that makes him a formidable contender against Representative Richard Neal. It’s his skill as an organizer. R. epresentative Richard Neal, chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, is the poster child for everything that’s wrong about corporate Democrats. His newly announced primary challenger in Massachusetts’s First Congressional District, Alex Morse, epitomizes the grassroots dynamism that is making over the party. Beyond this primary contest is a much larger story involving the unsavory role of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and the creative disruption of a growing wave of challengers to other corporate Democratic incumbe.

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