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Obama launches Solar Energy Job Program for 50,000 Veterans

Obama launches Solar Energy Job Program for 50,000 Veterans

On Thursday, President Obama performed a two-pronged end run around Republican obstruction to addressing climate change and jobs for veterans. A six-year program will launch this fall to train veterans in the growing solar panel installation industry. The program is due to be enacted at American military bases and will provide training for at least 50,000 […]

Republican Co-Chair Says Wisconsin Voters ‘Not Sharp’

Speaking of the closeness of the governor’s race in Wisconsin, Republican National Committee co-chair Sharon Day suggested on Monday that some voters aren’t smart enough to vote Republican in that election. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinal reports that Day said “It’s not going to be an easy election, it’s a close election. Like I said, much […]

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‘A Fighting Chance’ by Elizabeth Warren

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‘A Fighting Chance’ by Elizabeth Warren

If nothing else, Elizabeth Warren’s A Fighting Chance is a testament to what can be accomplished in the face of what seems like overwhelming odds. I purchased a copy of her book after seeing an interview with her on a news show where she talked about how she went to a “commuter” college for $50 a […]

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6 Big Changes You Need To Be Ready For If The GOP Takes Over The Senate

With our current do-nothing Congress it may be easy to imagine that nothing much would change if the Republicans won control of the Senate in November, right? Wrong. Actually there is a lot that could change. For starters, any chances of getting nominations through, like say, a sorely needed surgeon general, or a new attorney […]

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8 Key Senate Races And Why You Need To Vote

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8 Key Senate Races And Why You Need To Vote

  The midterm elections are rapidly approaching and just six seats could shift power in the Senate to the Republicans. Democrats have been put in the perilous position of having to defend 21 of the 36 seats that are up, with seven of them being in states that were won by Mitt Romney in 2012. […]

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