The Week In Congress: Congress “Suspended the Rules” Again

October 19, 2019 • DailyClout

Bills to help Hong Kong—great bills, some of them, supportive of the protesters and of human rights; but slated to be passed without voting or debate. The “suspension of the rules” loophole is the biggest under-reported story in America right now, we b …

Opinion: Trump’s Stonewalling of Impeachment Inquiry Is an Impeachable Offense

October 7, 2019 • Marjorie Cohn

As three committees of the House of Representatives proceeded with the impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump, the president tweeted, “I am coming to the conclusion that what is taking place is not an impeachment, it is a COUP.” Encyclopedia Britannica de …

It’s National Voter Registration Day—Are You Registered to Vote?

September 24, 2019 • DailyClout

Confused? DailyClout.io Creates a Handy Comparison Chart of the main US Presidential Candidates’ Platforms—Issue by Issue

September 12, 2019 • DailyClout

DailyClout has created an at-a-glance guide to the people running for President in 2020.

Summer: a simple love story, or a stealth feminist manifesto?

September 8, 2019 • DailyClout

Edith Wharton’s Summer is a radical feminist manifesto novella, though it is rarely perceived this way. Wharton herself – due to her status as an affluent woman from a genteel New York family – is often misread as a ‘proper lady novelist’. But she is a …

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