DISCLAIMER: This is the first in a series of installments reacting to a crappy corporate opinion piece. This is my new chew toy. This is my opinion. This is my knee-jerk reaction. I don’t always speak for my party, my comrades, and my candidates, and they don’t always speak for me.
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Adam’s Daily Outrage Olympics: John Avlon, it’s you I want to drown out, not centrist dems #Bernie2020 #CorporateNews
A post from the Southern Illinois Democratic Socialists of America Organizing/Discussion Facebook page
DSA Elected Officials Support Teacher Power and Working People Everywhere
We pledge to do everything we can to empower teachers in their fight to defend our public schools at home and urge elected officials around the country to support teachers, students, and working people, not the wealthy few.
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