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Primary Purpose: Backing Real Democrats in Delaware

The “D” in ADA stands for a democratic ideal, not the Democratic Party: the organization supports liberal candidates on a nonpartisan basis. But since between the two major parties the Democrats tend to hew more closely to progressive principles, ADA often works within the party primary system to ensure the most liberal candidate is the party standard bearer. Delaware ADA will be working hard to ensure the best Democrats show up on the ballot this fall in the Dem-dominated Diamond State. A little to the north, Southeastern Pennsylvania ADA will be pursuing the same goal in the Keystone State.

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Budget Reveals the Radical Nature of Republican Priorities

Paul Ryan’s latest offering to the budget-austerity god’s passed the House last week along strictly partisan lines. Budgets are statements of priorities. The Ryan budget offers the nation a clear view of what is at stake in the fall elections. It demonstrates the GOP’s priorities. It shows, in stark relief, what the Republicans would do to main street America, if they could.  Continue reading.


Offshore Manufacturing Shift Contributes to Declining U.S. Living Standards

Organized labor and its liberal allies have long argued that the shift of U.S. manufacturing overseas has contributed to the decline in American living standards.For decades, both Democratic and Republican officials in Washington have been deaf to such arguments. However one official government report, which recently came to light, has finally conceded this truth. Continue reading.


How Braley Defies the Odds in Iowa Senate Race; An Expanding House Map

Anyone wondering how Democrat Bruce Braley has extended his lead in the Iowa U.S. Senate race despite President Obama’s sagging popularity in the state should take a look at the current 1st District Congressman’s career.  Continue reading. 


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