Thanks to this administration, our job numbers are booming, international diplomacy is being restored, and we have our first Black woman Supreme Court justice. And yet the D.C. press corps portrays Biden as a worse president than his criminal predecessor.
CNN, the New York Times, Politico, and the Washington Post seem determined to ignore Biden's triumphs and compare his foibles to Trump's disasters. And it could doom our democracy.
Journalism on the Afghanistan withdrawal often suffered from missing context, tacit assumptions, over-editorializing, and emotion at the expense of nuance.
Environmental leaders came together to insert climate-conscious policy into economic development, infrastructure, social equity proposals, but much of that collaborative work is missing from the bipartisan deal.
One election doesn’t erase the past four scarring, traumatic, exhausting years. But embracing the joy of the present moment can renew our collective strength to keep fighting
Joe Biden may not have been your first choice, or your 10th. But in November, we only have one chance to reconstruct the damage of the past four years.
You can’t trust a politician like Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders, who either doesn’t believe in a woman’s right to choose or understand what’s at stake, to fight to protect 'Roe.'
Men with presidential ambitions on both sides of the aisle expect their spouses and daughters to clean up after their misogyny and racism. If you want our support, speak with us directly.