Dr. Seuss is not canceled — but six of his books are being shelved over racist images.
No, Dr Seuss and Mr Potato Head haven’t been ‘cancelled’. Here’s the difference.
No Republicans back $1.9T COVID-19 relief bill.
Mississippi Sen. Roger Wicker brags about stimulus package he voted agains.
President Biden Just Signed a $1.9 Trillion COVID-19 Relief Bill Into Law. Here’s What’s In It.
Voter suppression efforts are rampant: How pitiful is this GOP tactic? – Not only Democratic but neutral and expert observers agree that voter fraud was no problem in the big picture and that very little fraud occurred in the 2020 vote..
Fight voter suppression laws in the states. Let’s not let America regress to Jim Crow – There’s no time to wait while state-level suppression bills gain steam. Fair and free elections will be an uphill climb unless Congress passes HR 1.
For the People Act Is Needed to Stop New GOP Voter Suppression Bills.
Spare us: After Trump, seven Republican lectures Democrats never need to hear again – It probably would be easier to list what Republicans are still qualified to pontificate on. Why the federal deficit is a huge problem? Hmmm. Never mind.
Republicans’ new strategy? Pointless obstruction.
The American Rescue Plan Act Will Help Restore the Restaurant Industry and Save Jobs.
American Rescue Plan’s big winner: Families with children.
‘Played’ by GOP in the Obama era, wary Democrats and Biden go big on their own.
Florida Governor DeSantis prioritizes vaccine rollout for wealthier communities.
A Pattern Emerges In Florida: Vaccine Sites Appear To Benefit DeSantis Donors.
Commentary: Skipping the vaccine line is not only unethical – it may undermine trust in the rollout.
Bill Press: Today’s Republican Party cult: Destroy America.
How Mitch McConnell’s republicans are destroying America – Time and again, they’ve shown that they only care about their wealthy donors and corporate backers.
Dr. Seuss Books Are Pulled, and a ‘Cancel Culture’ Controversy Erupts.
Last year, more than 338,000 copies of “Green Eggs and Ham” were sold across the United States, according to NPD BookScan, which tracks the sale of physical books at most retailers. “One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish” sold more than 311,000 copies, and “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” — always popular as a high school graduation gift — sold more than 513,000 copies.
“And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,” one of the six books pulled by the estate, sold about 5,000 copies last year, according to BookScan. “McElligot’s Pool” and “The Cat’s Quizzer” haven’t sold in years through the retailers BookScan tracks.
Fox News Defends Piers Morgan and Pepe Le Pew as COVID Bill Passes: A Closer Look:
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