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Campus Progress’ newest (and fuzziest) employee hits the streets to ask young voters the tough questions.
Reporters are skeptical of the rally for Fear and/or Sanity, but it’s not too late for young voters to have the last laugh.
On CBS’ Washington Unplugged, Sara introduces the veteran newsman to Mr. Shawn Carter.
MoveOn and other progressive groups gathered yesterday to protest the Chamber of Commerce, which some suspect may be funneling foreign spending into election ads.
Openly gay University of Michigan student body president Chris Armstrong appeared on CNN’s “Andersoon Cooper 360” last night, breaking his months-long silence in the face of both on- and off-line harassment from Michigan state attorney Andrew Shirvell.
The former CNN television host who has spoken against employers hiring undocumented immigrants, has himself relied on this workforce to tend to his multimillion dollar estates and prize horses.
Last weekend activists gathered near the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., to talk about a more progressive nation—which should include more jobs.
In a Senate hearing last week Rupert Murdoch, who owns the conservative cable news network Fox News Channel, voiced his support for comprehensive immigration reform even if Fox consistently airs anti-immigrant voices.
At the One Nation Working Together march this weekend, a few real-life socialists showed up and clarified that Obama isn’t even close to one.
In an event designed as the progressive response to Glenn Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally in August, progressives gathered on the national mall to get their message out.
The out-of-touch talk show host says that young people don’t know anything and should just stay home this November. Well, we’ve got news for him…
Campus Progress’ Sara Haile-Mariam was on MSNBC’s The Daily Rundown this morning, discussing VoteAgain2010 and the prospects for youth turnout in the 2010 midterm elections.
This Saturday, 300 groups will be taking to the streets of Washington for a march on the mall, One Nation Working Together.
The critics have presented mixed views of the new documentary on charter schools, but in a chat with Katie Couric, the film’s director, Davis Guggenheim, he says he believes in unions.
Today, the DREAM Act will be presented on the floor of the Senate as part of the Defense Authorization Bill, and the Senate will decide whether to proceed with debate.
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Jay Leno mentioned our ‘Do It For Bieber” video on his show last night, but he missed the point completely.
Check out all the Campus Progress coverage from Beckapalooza.
Check out more from our adventures at Beckapalooza! In the midst of our search for black people, we came across Michael Warns, a vocal black tea party member.
During our adventures at Beckapalooza, we came across Philip Berg, a vocal birther.
There may have been a lot of red, white, and blue—but there wasn’t a ton of black in attendance.