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Immigration, DACA, and Partisanship

By David Benac (MI-06) “Immigrant” is not a scary word. 43.3 million people in this country are immigrants, a little over 13 percent of our nation’s population. One in nine Americans is native-born with at least one immigrant parent; that’s over 32 million Americans,...
Black America – The Backbone of Jones’ Victory

Black America – The Backbone of Jones’ Victory

By Ron Stubblefield, BNC Policy Volunteer Last night, in what is considered by many to be a political upset, Doug Jones defeated Roy Moore in Alabama’s Special Election for the U.S. Senate seat left vacant by Jeff Sessions’ appointment to the position of Attorney...

Roy Moore: Why a Brand New Direction is Needed

By Ron Stubblefield Today, Alabamians will vote for their next Senator.  One of these candidates supports the rights of women and has a legacy of advancing civil rights. The other, Roy Moore, has the following track record, which includes but is not limited to: A...

American Doctors Prescribe Medicare for All

A physician’s economic and moral rationale for single-payer By Dr. Elizabeth R. Rosenthal Imagine never having to worry about medical bills, even if you lose your job or get sick or become or disabled. Picture the freedom of deciding which doctors you see, and imagine...

I was wrong about single payer

Todd, if you’re reading this: You were right. by Cory Archibald Steven Brill (author of Bitter Pill) helped open my eyes about American health care. Photo credit: New York Times Do you believe health care is a right? Or a privilege? That’s what a friend asked me all...