August Newsletter

Donkey Tale cover screenshot

In this issue:

  • The Rise of the Non-Working Rich
  • EuroBank: America’s Obscene Wealthy Even Obscenely Richer
  • Overtime protection is shrinking but Obama has a plan to change that
  • Arizona charter school teaches from book arguing slavery wasn’t so bad
  • Massive Koch Bros. Defeat: Supreme Court Rules EPA can Regulate Greenhouse Gases
  • Dirty energy money vs Grassroots in Butte County
  • Obamacare rate shock? Not this time
  • Rich Guy plan to break up California heads for ballot
  • Researcher finds only 31 incidences of voter ID preventable fraud in 14 years
  • House Democrats to hammer GOP on Boehner lawsuit during August recess
  • Since Ellis Island opened children have shown up alone at US’ door
  • John McCain very sad that President Obama has no desire to ‘have social interface’ with him
  • Born of corruption, why would anyone expect this SCOTUS majority to be anything but corrupt?
  • The Halbig case: or, the banality of conservative evil
  • Forced-birthers joyful that only six abortion clinics may remain open in Texas after Sept. 1
  • Now they’ve gone too far. Time for Harry Reid to blow up the filibuster and confirm all nominees now

June Newsletter - The Donkey Tale

Donkey Tale cover screenshot

In this issue:

  • The 37 Senators Who Today Voted For Millionaires Over Students
  • Program for veterans with traumatic brain injuries endangered because Republicans
  • Republican Medicaid refusal leaves over 250,000 veterans uninsured
  • Tea party fuels right-wing radio with millions in cash
  • Senator Elizabeth Warren destroys Tim Geithner in new NPR poll!
  • Republicans are the party of the wealthy. Voters know it, and Democrats plan to run on it
  • American Enterprise Institute: Republicans are out of ideas
  • Ronald Reagan Gave Iran 1,500 Missiles for Hostages. Obama Trades Five Guys? GOP Heads Explode
  • McCain was FOR the Bergdahl swap before he was against it
  • GOP Senators Attack FCC on Sweeping Away Municipal Broadband Bans, Citing “State’s

Rights”

background image