America is polarized. There aren't too many electoral outcomes that could actually unify, rather than divide, our beautiful country. Fortunately, one of those outcomes has been achieved. America prevailed.
Election Day is fast approaching and the country remains as polarized as ever. Political meaning has been grafted onto every decision we make in our daily lives. To have the wrong opinion is to commit an act of violence. Refusing to take sides is just as harmful, if not more so, than picking the bad side.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) on Thursday criticized Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) for endorsing Rep. Joe Kennedy (D., Mass.), who is mounting a primary challenge to left-wing incumbent senator Ed Markey.
Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D., Mass.), who has endorsed the Green New Deal and Medicare for All, will be attending a fundraiser organized by the founding partner of a lobbying firm that represents Exxon Mobil and Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren's plan to crack down on the private equity industry would place stringent regulations on a source of funds that helped enrich her as a law professor at Harvard. The plan, which would heavily tax and regular private equity firms to stop what Warren has called Wall Street's "legalized looting," could also end up hurting her former Harvard colleagues and Massachusetts retirees.
Several left-wing groups from Massachusetts are organizing two canvassing trips down to North Carolina to campaign for Democratic congressional candidate Dan McCready ahead of his special election on September 10th.