Stephen Braun, Wilson Ring and Steve Peoples, Associated Press Updated 5:09 am PDT, Sunday, March 17, 2019 FILE - In this March 3, 2019, file photo, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., left, and his wife, Jane Sanders, greet supporters as they leave after his 2020 presidential campaign stop at Navy Pier in Chicago. Bernie Sanders’ revolution is Jane Sanders’ career. And her political and business activities have at times been his headache. His closest adviser, she is perhaps the most influential woman in the 2020 campaign who isn’t a candidate. less FILE - In this March 3, 2019, file photo, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., left, and his wife, Jane Sanders, greet supporters as they leave after his 2020 presidential campaign stop at Navy Pier in Chicago. Bernie ... more Photo: Nam Y. Huh, AP … [Read more...] about Is Jane Sanders the most powerful woman not running in 2020?
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By Dwight Silverman Published 7:00 am CST, Friday, March 8, 2019 Srini Katta, founder and CEO of Social Chains, a blockchain-based social network that requires users to provide proof of identity to join, speaks with a reporter Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019, in Houston. Srini Katta, founder and CEO of Social Chains, a blockchain-based social network that requires users to provide proof of identity to join, speaks with a reporter Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019, in Houston. Photo: Jon Shapley, Staff Photographer / Staff Photographer Photo: Jon Shapley, Staff Photographer / Staff Photographer Image 1 of / 5 Caption Close Image 1 of 5 Srini Katta, founder and CEO of Social Chains, a blockchain-based social network that requires users to provide proof of identity to join, speaks with a reporter … [Read more...] about Social Chains brings verified identity, blockchain tokens to social media
A well-funded and subversive leftist movement of teachers in the United States threatens to tilt the political balance nationwide in the direction of Democrats across the country as Republicans barely hang on in key states that they need to hold for President Donald Trump to win re-election and for Republicans to have a shot at retaking the House and holding onto their Senate majority. This teachers union effort, called #RedforEd, has its roots in the very same socialism that President Trump vowed in his 2019 State of the Union address to stop, and it began in its current form in early 2018 in a far-flung corner of the country before spreading nationally. Its stated goals–higher teacher pay and better education conditions–are overshadowed by a more malevolent political agenda: a leftist Democrat uprising designed to flip purple or red states to blue, using the might of a significant part of the education system as its lever.The movement takes its name from a political … [Read more...] about #RedforEd: Socialists Organizing Teachers to Turn Purple States Blue by 2020
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Tony Romm, The Washington Post Published 8:40 pm CDT, Saturday, October 27, 2018 Lauren Baer faces a tough task on Election Day: She's a first-time Democratic candidate for Congress vying against a veteran Republican in "one of the swingiest swing districts" in southeastern Florida, as she puts it. Like many in her party, Baer says she benefits from a secret weapon - one that is 2,500 miles away from her slice of the Sunshine State. In Silicon Valley, Baer is among a flood of candidates capitalizing on new apps, activist groups and other organizations that spawned after President Donald Trump's 2016 victory with the explicit goal of triggering a Democratic wave this November. As voters prepare to head to the polls, the tech industry's talented, well-heeled engineers and entrepreneurs have been plugging into Democratic campaigns around the country. They've donated their time and money toward giving the party a digital edge, aiding the most distant local candidates and … [Read more...] about ‘Staying on the sidelines is no longer an option’: How Silicon Valley is trying to help Democrats capture Congress in 2018