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Democrats Abroad Calls on Americans in Canada to Participate in 2020 Presidential Primary

Democrats Abroad, the largest organization for Americans living overseas and the official Democratic Party arm for the millions of Americans living outside the United States, today announced the adoption of its 2020 Delegate Selection Plan.

New Boundary Technologies to Host Workshop and Conference Session at IoT Fuse 2019

Attendees can visit New Boundary Technologies at the Mel Foster table to view demos of its RemoteAware™ IoT application service and Mel Foster’s Barn Sentry™ barn monitoring solution.

Testfire Labs to Demo at AI Summit New York

Testfire Labs will demo its flagship product,, at the upcoming AI Summit in New York.

Court will be asked to rule Donald Trump is a Baby Killer

9 August 2018 Bombing of a School Bus in Dahyan Market that Killed Dozens of Young Children

Cause of Action Against Donald Trump

Democratic Socialists of America Comment on White House Paper on Socialism

The White House released a paper yesterday entitled “The Opportunity Costs of Socialism.” DSA National Director Maria Svart issued the following statement in response:

ND Tribes Stand United Against Suppressive Voter ID Law

A Statement from the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians, Spirit Lake Tribe, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, and the Three Affiliated Tribes ("MHA").

USA Women Must Carry gun & shoot rapists says Survivor

Look what happens in the US when Survivors Come Forward

RINJ (Rape Is No Joke) Women's Group Slams Donald Trump

Trump Just Made Teaching Men Not to Rape a lot Harder

America forges ahead with aquaculture

"Marine aquaculture in the United States contributes to seafood supply, supports commercial fisheries, and has great growth potential. We will help it grow faster by reducing regulatory burden and driving aquaculture research," the U.S. Department of Commerce stated in its recent 2018-2022 Strategic Report.

Statement regarding the ongoing Nationwide Prison Strike

Issued September 11, 2018 by the Prison Strike Media Team

Statement regarding the ongoing Nationwide Prison Strike

Issued August 28, 2018 (week two of the strike) by the Prison Strike Media Team.

Democratic Socialists of America Announce National Endorsements for Local, State, and Federal Offices

Today, the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) announced their national endorsement of thirteen candidates who are running for local, state, and federal office.


This week, several DSA-endorsed candidates won their primaries, continuing the surge of electoral victories in the lead-up to the 2018 midterm elections. In Michigan, Rashida Tlaib won the MI-13 primary for US Congress, setting her up to become the first Muslim and Palestinian-American woman ever elected to Congress in the United States. Tlaib, a DSA member endorsed by Metro Detroit DSA, would replace John Conyers, who resigned in 2017.

Women's Civil Society Group Tells Trump "Be a Man" & Resign

US President Donald Trump ordered the arrest and prosecution of all migrants attempting to enter the US illegally. He also ordered the confiscation of their children.

Fourth Circuit Reinstates N.C. ‘Anti-Sunshine’ Law Constitutional Challenge

Makes clear states cannot chill speech and prevent advocacy groups from challenging in court.

DSA Endorse Four More Women in California and New York

Democratic Socialists of America Endorse four more women: Jovanka Beckles and Geneviéve Jones-Wright in California, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Julia Salazar in New York.

New Boundary Technologies to Share IoT and Smart Water Expertise at Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Event

CEO Kim Pearson will address key global water challenges at the Smart Water Technology Roundtable.

Democratic Socialists of America Gearing Up for Medicare for All Weekend of Action

Dozens of Democratic Socialists of America chapters around the country to hold Medicare for All-related actions on April 21-22.

Court Bars Sections of ND Voter ID Law

Yesterday, plaintiffs achieved a substantial victory when Judge Daniel L. Hovland of the U.S. District Court of North Dakota (ND), filed an order granting in significant part plaintiff’s motion for second preliminary injunction in Brakebill, et al. v. Jaeger.

Organic Advocates and Farmers Sue over Trump Withdrawal of Widely-Supported Organic Livestock Welfare Rule

Today, nonprofit public interest organizations led by the Center for Food Safety (CFS) sued the Trump Administration’s Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Secretary Sonny Perdue, over last week’s decision to withdraw the organic regulations for animals on certified organic farms, called the “Organic Livestock and Poultry Practices” rule.

Trump Administration Undermines Organic Integrity, Withdraws Critical Rule for Welfare of Organic Animals

The rule, created through more than a decade of public input, strengthened the minimum practices required of organic livestock producers.

Young Democratic Socialists of America Conference Builds Excitement for the Socialist Movement On and Off Campus

This weekend over 350 young socialists from over 80 colleges and universities flocked to Washington, D.C. to plan, train, and prepare for a future beyond the Trump presidency.

Students discuss healthcare reform

DSA Endorses Cenurse of Donald Trump, Supports Women's Strike, Poor People's Campaign

At its quarterly meeting, the National Political Committee (NPC) of the Democratic Socialists of America set forth a vision for building power for working people in the United States.

Hundreds of Groups Call on Congress to Protect Endangered Species from Pesticides

A broad coalition of more than 250 conservation, consumer, agricultural and other public interest groups sent a letter to Congress opposing all efforts to weaken or gut Endangered Species Act (ESA) requirements that address the effects of toxic pesticides on threatened and endangered species.

A Government Shutdown Would Dangerously Hinder Food Safety

Center for Food Safety call on the Trump Administration to make food safety an essential service.

USDA Gives In to Big “Organic” Poultry, Moves to Withdraw New Animal Welfare Rules

Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) formally proposed withdrawing a set of rules finalized at the end of the Obama administration that establish stronger, more enforceable animal welfare requirements for certified organic producers.

Finding Love in 2018 Keynotes Singles Convention

The 2018 Bay Area Singles Convention is keynoted by Susan Bradley, author of How to Be Irresistible to the Opposite Sex.

Food Safety Groups Oppose Trump Administration Delay of Key Produce Safety Requirements

A Trump administration proposal to delay enforcement of rules aimed at keeping produce free from fecal contamination is coming under fire yesterday from the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) and Center for Food Safety (CFS). The nonprofit food safety watchdog groups say that delaying compliance with provisions requiring microbial testing of water for E. coli is unnecessary and will contribute to illnesses and deaths from produce tainted by animal feces.

A Muslim Girl Held at Knifepoint by Shoplifter in a Grand Forks Walmart

In a Walmart store located at 2551 32nd Ave South, sometime in the last 72 hours, one of two Muslim girls who aborted a shoplifting was held at knifepoint.

Trump Nominee for USDA Chief Scientist Tied to Russia Scandal

Sam Clovis reportedly encouraged Papadopoulos to set up meetings with Russians.

Dairy Industry Applauds Introduction of School Milk Nutrition Act of 2017

The nation’s two leading dairy organizations applauded the introduction today of a bipartisan bill to help reverse the decline of milk consumption in schools.

NMPF Pokes FDA for Taking Action Against Granola Made with “Love,” But Not “Milks” Made from Plants

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) recent enforcement action against a Massachusetts granola maker for listing “love” as an ingredient in its product is a clear indication that the agency has time and resources to enforce regulations against the use of the term “milk” on the labels of plant-derived dairy imitators, the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) said today.

Georgetown Law Students Respond To Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ Visit

Students at Georgetown University Law Center (GULC) learned that Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III will be visiting their campus on Tuesday to deliver an address, widely previewed to the press as focusing on free speech on campus. More than 130 GULC students had their tickets revoked and were refused access to the event.

iLobby to Showcase Advanced Visitor Management System at ASIS 2017

iLobby welcomes everyone to visit its booth at ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits and learn more about its comprehensive visitor management solution.

Hundreds of DSA Groups Organizing on College Campuses

FALL REVOLUTION: Students at More Than 250 Colleges Pledge to Organize Young Democratic Socialist Chapters in Coming Semester

Center for Food Safety Sues Trump Administration Over GE Food Labeling

Important Study on “QR” Code Labeling Option Being Unlawfully Withheld from the Public.

MPI Estimates As Many As 1.5 Million DREAMers Could Get Legal Permanent Residence Under Bipartisan Senate Bill Unveiled Today

Bipartisan Senate legislation unveiled today could, if enacted, grant legal permanent residence to as many as 1.5 million unauthorized immigrants brought to the United States as children, according to Migration Policy Institute (MPI) analysis of key provisions outlined by the measure’s authors, Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Richard Durbin (D-IL).

NMPF Proposal to Improve H-2A for Dairy Advances Thanks to Rep. Newhouse

In a meeting today with Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA), National Milk Producers Federation President and CEO Jim Mulhern expressed appreciation on behalf of the nation’s dairy farmers for the congressman’s work to advance NMPF’s proposal to expand the H-2A farm worker visa program to include year-round employees on dairy farms.

Sebastian Motes Honored by Tennessee House of Representatives

House Resolution presented to student for exemplary service.

Groups Sue FDA to Protect Food Safety

Seek to ensure food additives are found safe before being marketed to American consumers.

CWT Assists with 1.5 million Pounds of Cheese and Butter Export Sales

Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) has accepted seven requests for export assistance from Foremost Farms USA, Northwest Dairy Association (Darigold) and United Dairymen of Arizona.

RINJ Woman's Group Says Trump Invite to Duterte is Illegal

Canadian-Based Women's Humanitarian Group Expresses Shock and Dismay at Trump's "Illegal Invitation" to Rodrigo Duterte to visit President Trump in the White House

Duterte admits to being a killer

It's Raining Men!

The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the best places in the world to meet straight bachelors.

As 100-Day Trump Administration Milestone Approaches, MPI Analyzes Major Immigration Actions in New Fact Sheet and Discussion

As the Trump administration reaches the 100-day mark on April 29, the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) has published a fact sheet that reviews major immigration actions taken by the administration, as well as ensuing developments in the courts and beyond.

RINJ Foundation Warns of Increased Abortion Abuse in America

United States President Trump is Forcing the Abuse of the Medical Abortion Procedures as a form of Birth Control

RINJ Foundtion Fighting for the Safety of Women and Children

Hawaiʻi Legislature Fails to Protect Residents from Impacts of Industrial Pesticide Use

Today the Hawai'i Senate failed to pass a bill that would protect island residents from widespread industrial pesticide use.

Migration Policy Institute Announces Selection of Policy Scholar and Think Tank Executive Andrew Selee as Incoming President

Andrew Selee, executive vice president of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and senior advisor to its Mexico Institute, has been selected as the Migration Policy Institute's next president, the chair of MPI's Board of Trustees announced today.

CREW Sues Trump Over Emoluments

When the courts opened at 9 am this morning, a legal dream team officially filed Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington v. Donald J. Trump to stop the President from violating the Constitution by illegally receiving payments from foreign governments.

Knit Pussy Hats March on DC - The Drama of Two Misogynists

"Human Rights Includes Women's Rights!" 

For American Muslims There Is Cause For Hope

By Rabbi Marc Schneier and Imam Shamsi Ali

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