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In this month's issue
Reflections from 1985: The Obligations of Conscience
If civil disobedience is needed to prick the consciences of a number of us sufficient to avert a new global tragedy, then we are obliged to practice it.
And Then There Were Two: McKayla Wilkes, Steny Hoyer, and the Race for Maryland District 5
Arguably, only Nancy Pelosi is as powerfully connected and invested in the status quo of the DCCC as MD Rep. Steny Hoyer. Unseating him would send a powerful message that the politics-as-usual approach of the DCCC will no longer stand.
Jobs with meaning and hope are subtext of 2020 MD Assembly mandate
We look at the list of issues that many analysts say will top the agenda of this 2020 General Assembly session, and we get the itchy feeling that one sentence could clear away some of the confusion.
On Impeachment, DC Is on the Outside Looking In
The proposed bill from a decade ago, which would have given DC a single vote in the House but no Senate representation, sold democracy short. That would have given DC no voice in the impeachment trial, nor in the confirmation votes of the rogues’ gallery of Trump appointees.
On Being an Autistic Socialist
Ableism, like any other form of supremacy, is rooted in the subconscious. ... With Autism comes difficulties in building conversation that many people do not understand.