No outlet can cover everything. It’s not worth trying. But in reading back through several hundred pieces that we published in the past 12 months, I’m more than satisfied to say that we hit hard and often on a range of topics
It’s anybody’s guess why cheeseball mainstream outlets tend to ignore topics such as poverty, surveillance, and climate change. Whatever the reason, we don’t spend too much time worrying about them; as you’ll see below, we had our hands full all year covering the stuff that they missed.
A potentially enormous field is materializing, with a solid chunk of that field coming from Mass—politicians who have cultivated long, impressive resumes, undoubtedly with at least a small, lingering notion that they could be president of the United States.
“Voters sent a very clear signal today that our criminal justice system is not working for too many people and it’s time for a change."
Anybody who felt sick to their stomach at this point in the 2016 election cycle ought to be purging their entire system through these dreary final days of 2018.
Both Diehl and Gonzalez trail the incumbents they’re chasing by significant margins. Democrats are hoping an anti-Trump wave can help sweep the latter into the corner office, while it appears the GOP’s leading priority is damaging the presidential prospects of Warren.
From the sheer number of voters who actually pulled for Trump in 2016, to more anecdotal horrors such as bumper stickers that pose blatant threats to liberals, it’s hardly friendly territory for a person who, say, doesn’t masturbate to the idea of families getting separated at the border.
The Republican bill that passed the House would balance increased costs by slashing funding for vital public health services and denying healthcare to pregnant women and children while billing issues are resolved.