Make the FDA Great Again?
Who did Russia sell its oil company to?
Republicans are trying to turn protesting into “economic terrorism.”
The French Socialist primary happened, and… #BanPrimaries. The good news is that France has runoffs, so Le Pen won’t be trotting into the presidency with 37% of the vote. While Benoît Hamon may have learned something from Jeremy Corbyn, Corbyn’s team is learning from Trump.
Weird. And totally unexpected! More seriously, the places most at risk for this sort of thing are like NYC, Maryland, Massachusetts, and other places where crossing state lines is no big deal. Montana has more flexibility.
Netherlands is stepping up, in response to the global gag rule.
Appalachia is about 20% more supportive of affirmative action than you'd expect based on their 2012 Obama vote. pic.twitter.com/YslRoFo8uv
— David Shor (@davidshor) May 14, 2016