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New York Times PoliticsSep 17, 2019
Trump and Warren Lay Out Competing Visions of Populism
In New York, Senator Elizabeth Warren described a government compromised by the influence of the wealthy. President Trump, in New Mexico, denounced a "failed liberal establishment."

Drudge ReportSep 17, 2019
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Drudge ReportSep 17, 2019
NYC says 1 million kids can skip school for climate strike!




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Drudge ReportSep 17, 2019
Competing versions of populism could define campaign...




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Yahoo PoliticsSep 17, 2019
2020 Vision Tuesday: What a race between Trump and Warren would look like



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Democracy NowSep 17, 2019
"On Fire": In New Book, Naomi Klein Makes the Case for a Green New Deal to Save the Planet
Amid mounting climate disasters across the planet, from the fires ravaging the Amazon to Hurricane Dorian's destructive path through the Bahamas, we speak with renowned journalist, author and activist Naomi Klein. In her new book, "On Fire: The (Burning) Case for a Green New Deal," Klein looks unsparingly at the rise of ecofascism, as Western countries fortify their borders and white supremacy surges around the world in response to the climate crisis. But she also lays out another path forward in which mankind meets the challenge of global warming with radical and systemic transformation. "We do know that if we are going to lower our emissions in time, it is going to take transformations of how we live in cities, how we move ourselves around, how we grow our food, where we get our energy from," Klein says. "Essentially, what the Green New Deal is saying: If we're going to do all that, why wouldn't we tackle all of these systemic economic and social crises at the same time? Because we live in a time of multiple, overlapping crises."

Drudge ReportSep 17, 2019
Biden bid to attract Rust Belt workers faces troubles in own backyard...




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Pitches Corruption Attack as Key Theme...
Competing versions of populism could define campaign...
WIRE: Wall St May Get $40 Billion Reprieve From Trump Regulators...


Washington Post PoliticsSep 16, 2019
Spurned by championship teams, Trump handpicks athletes for White House ceremonies
The president awarded the Medal of Freedom to baseball legend Mariano Rivera, the latest in a growing list of sports stars to be honored.

Reuters PoliticsSep 16, 2019
Democratic White House hopeful Warren rails against corruption at big N.Y. rally
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on Monday denounced the corruption she argues has crippled the country's politics and economy, drawing her largest crowd thus far in a sign of her campaign's growing strength.

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Washington Post PoliticsSep 16, 2019
Trump's dual instincts on Iran: Big threats and an eagerness to deal
Trump is caught between a political imperative to confront Iran — pleasing hawkish Republican supporters and allies Israel and Saudi Arabia — and his own political instincts against foreign intervention and toward cutting a deal.

New York Times PoliticsSep 16, 2019
Working Families Party Endorses Elizabeth Warren. Here's Why It Matters.
The progressive group, whose electoral influence has grown since it backed Bernie Sanders four years ago, is now supporting Ms. Warren for the Democratic presidential nomination.

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Elizabeth Warren Honors Working Women Killed In 1911 Fire During NYC Rally (Huffington Post Politics)
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