New story on NPR: Democrats Hope To Undo Many Trump Tax Cuts To Fund Biden's $3.5 Trillion Budget Plan https://t.co/vYN9ssC6fF
— CUSTODIBUS (@custodibus) September 13, 2021
On Rising @ryangrim talks about an unusual progressive-centrist alliance that won universal child care subsidy in the reconciliation package and about that it isn't just Bernie or AOC that Manchin has to go against to kill this bill. In Full: https://t.co/jpPx0e3HzZ pic.twitter.com/WZphkgfJ7Z
— Halalflow (@halalflow) September 13, 2021
Biden has told Schumer & Pelosi that he's prepared to pressure moderate Dems to change the filibuster in order to pass a new voting-rights law.
“Chuck, you tell me when you need me to start making phone calls,” Biden said, per a source.
— Andy Kroll (@AndyKroll) September 12, 2021
He gave a fantastic speech yesterday on the end of the war:
Susan Glasser serious person, suggesting we go out and bomb the shit out of everyone and then occupy them, the new empire for Human Rights strategy. https://t.co/zqs1UgTpoU
— ⚖️ Stellaa (@stellaaaa) August 31, 2021
Biden’s compassion for and work to note the real human costs to our soldiers is a note that many lefty pundits may minimize and Fox will try desperately to denigrate… but it’s the heart of why that speech was brilliant.
— NYC Weboy (aka Wesley) (@nycweboy) August 31, 2021
Pres Biden faced fierce criticism over the last few weeks over his decision to withdraw from Afghanistan & the way in which he did it. He is pushing back hard on that criticism & pointedly defending his choice not to continue the two-decade war w/ another generation of troops.
— Yamiche Alcindor (@Yamiche) August 31, 2021
The power is out in New Orleans, COVID is killing a thousand Americans a day, and Lake Tahoe is being licked by fire. https://t.co/kkIPwdW6zO
— Greg Greene (@ggreeneva) August 31, 2021
The foreign policy consensus loves military adventurism. The American people do not. And Joe Biden knows who he works for.
Great speech, Mr. President. https://t.co/Dhtqs1g08u
— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) August 31, 2021
War junkies. https://t.co/HV6XzHeCRp
— watertigernyc (@watertigernyc) August 31, 2021
The idea that Biden somehow screwed up the Afghanistan withdrawal is, quite literally, being propped up so that the people who actually screwed the whole thing up can escape accountability. Utterly shameful that the media learned nothing from all this. https://t.co/gmVqxXLST0
— Amanda Marcotte (@AmandaMarcotte) August 31, 2021
NEWS: The US war in Afghanistan is over.
"I'm here to announce the completion of our withdrawal from Afghanistan," says Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, commander of US Central Command. "…the end of the nearly 20-year mission that began in Afghanistan shortly after September 11, 2001." pic.twitter.com/fSxJptsbut
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) August 30, 2021
— Kyle Drennen (@kjdrennen) August 30, 2021
The US political press's utterly hysterical, contextless, bloodthirsty blitz of negative coverage of Biden's Afghanistan pullout has managed to drive his approval rating down, which the press will then use to justify its negative coverage. Just a disgusting performance.
— David Roberts (@drvolts) August 30, 2021
BREAKING: The Pentagon has announced a drone strike against the group that bombed the Kabul airport, ISIS-K. A spokesman for U.S. Central Command says the attack in Nangahar Province of Afghanistan is believed to have killed the target, who was not named in the statement.
— NPR (@NPR) August 28, 2021
"Up to 40 House Republicans are prepared to vote for the infrastructure package, GOP sources said."
To reiterate, without actual names on record this is just talk.
But if true, 44 progressive holdouts would be required to block a stand-alone BIB vote.https://t.co/rFhoCmObA2
— Bill Scher (@billscher) August 17, 2021