Progressive parties claim lion’s share of the votes
In a dramatic rebuff to the fascistic wave that has steadily creeped across Europe, the Netherlands yesterday turned over the keys to government to a melange of centrist and progressive parties, with the Green-Left and Socialist parties seeing the biggest gains.
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U.S. drops rank to seventh among nations
The results are in from U.S. News and World Report’s annual best countries ranking, conducted in conjunction with the University of Pennsylvania and BAV Consulting.
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Jill Stein leads efforts to challenge results in swing states
The 2016 election contained many firsts: the first female nominated for President by any major party; the first time a blatantly unqualified candidate won the nomination of the other party; the first time foreign influence played an influencing role in the outcome; the first time the electoral college’s runner-up actually beat with winner by over two million votes; and now, the first time recounts are expected in three different states, courtesy of quack doctor-turned-Green Party candidate Jill Stein.
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Advocating for issues is good for health, in addition to shaping public agenda
Four days have passed since Donald Trump officially became President-elect and it appears that the majority of the public is shifting from the first stage of free-falling denial and isolation and beginning to cross the bridge to the next stage of grief: anger.
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The biggest Election Day loser is human decency
GOP candidate has repeatedly freaked out on Twitter
Plurality of voters say he is the “more honest” candidate
Whether or not Trump comes out on top this election, his Republican campaign has accomplished at least a couple of remarkable feats: duping voters into believing him to be better on the economy and more honest than his rival, Hillary Clinton.
Continue reading “Trump’s long record of lying has not hurt his poll numbers”