Month: September 2019

Unlike U.S., Canada plans coordinated attack on foreign election interference Ahead of the October election, Canada finds itself on the front lines of the war on disinformation and hacking. Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election rattled America’s next-door neighbor so badly that Canada spent the last three years developing the most detailed plan […]

Recently, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) rejected calls for a presidential primary debate dedicated to climate change. DNC chair Tom Perez argued that focusing on climate change alone would be unfair to those whose campaigns are more focused on other issues—which might be a compelling argument if experts said those matters had the potential to […]

2020 contenders will square off — sort of — over how to tackle the climate crisis. By Alexander C. Kaufman and Chris D’Angelo The 2020 Democratic presidential primary is already shaping up to be the most climate-centered election in modern history. Some candidates in the crowded field crafted multi-thousand-word proposals that provide clear paths forward. […]

The Washington Post is feeding into Trump’s agenda by turning fact-checking into an ideological weapon. The Washington Post has fallen into the habit of accusing Bernie Sanders of misleading the public even in cases where the evidence is strongly on the side of the Vermont senator. Back in July, Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler objected to a statement Sanders made in […]


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