DemDaily: Two Speeches
At Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards, the Hollywood Foreign Press’ annual awards for excellence in film and television, actress Meryl Streep used her stage time to address the political...
DemDaily: Transition, Tweets & Tolerance
January 6, 2017 Much of our country’s electorate (or at least 48%) have been burning with a desire to channel their energy, frustration and voices into a unified action since November 8th...
DemDaily: The Opening Act
Members of the 115th Congress, their families and supporters descended on Washington this week for yesterday’s official swearing-in ceremonies.
DemDaily: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
As Americans prepare for the holidays, and a much-needed rest from a weary year of politics, pundits and protests, many major publications have released their collection of the Year in...
DemDaily: The Russian Connection
Donald Trump’s public flirtation with Russia throughout the presidential election has become a matter of serious concern as the now President-elect continues to play a questionable, if not...
DemDaily: Rounding Out the Cabinet
With less than three weeks until the swearing-in of the 115th Congress and the beginning of confirmation hearings, President-elect Trump is close to finalizing his Cabinet nominations.
DemDaily: Strategy. Power. Justice. Tonight.
Strategy. Power. Justice. Those are the themes of the Midwest Academy, which has trained organizers for over forty years, and tonight honors some of our nation’s most acclaimed progressive...
DemDaily: Congress and Electors Rein in Russia
Seventeen US Intelligence Agencies, including the CIA and the National Security Agency, have concluded that Russia interfered with the presidential election, setting off a bi-partisan call for an...
DemDaily: On This Day
Today marks the 75th anniversary of Japan’s surprise attack on the US naval base in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
DemDaily: The Last Contest of 2016
While America recovers from the election and prepares for a much needed holiday, Louisiana has one more Election Day left.