Politics

Refusal to Accept Clinton as the Nominee is rooted in Misogyny and Racism

This Tuesday as six more states voted, Hillary Clinton made history as the first woman to ever win a major party nomination for president in the history of the United States. Although …

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Skepchick Sundaylies! with the Coming of Spring, Personhood Nonsense, Tuition-Free College, and more!

Sunday Funny: Don’t flinch. (via xkcd) Mad Art Lab Mad Art Cast: Wine and Art Pairings with Julia Burke The Gang talk about the art and science of wine with …

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Politics

Progress Isn’t Settling: Trump’s Rise Threatens to Make Moderate the New Progressive

“I like Sanders’ ideas better, but I voted for Hillary. It’s just the more pragmatic decision. The idea of a Sanders presidency is unrealistic,” a friend remarked to me, a few …

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Politics

#DemDebate Liveblog: 2 Dem 2 Debate

It’s that time again! Tonight marks the second Democratic debate in just four days, and there’s a GOP debate yet to come this week. Are there always this many debates? …

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Activism

#SuperTuesday Is Upon Us: Gird Thine Loins

Like it or not, election season is upon us (although it feels like it has been dragging on for a thousand bleak years at this point). Today is Super Tuesday, which means …

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