At rallies, meetings, marches, demonstrations and press conferences from one end of the nation to the other demands for massive job creation are challenging the tea party inspired focus on the federal deficit.
Connecticut state workers are now voting for the second time on a tentative agreement reached by their unions and Gov. Malloy to "save jobs, protect benefits and preserve services."
How much slack are voters likely to cut Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum for signing a racist, gay-bashing "family values" pledge as they pandered to the bigots in their campaigns for the Republican presidential nomination?
Despite GOP shenanigans, labor-backed Democratic State Senate hopefuls swept six races in the first round of Wisconsin's state recall elections.
"There is no voter fraud problem in New Hampshire," the governor said before vetoing the bill. "We already have strong elections laws."
The election shows that "Republicans and independent voters, along with Democrats, will reject extreme policies like ending Medicare."
The goal for the next few months should be to rebuild the coalition of communities and movements that brought Barack Obama to the White House in 2008.
In Florida, a state that only a few decades ago was officially segregated, some people think this possible disenfranchisement is no accident.
After 27 months of incendiary right-wing hate rhetoric, Glenn Beck's daily show on Fox News is no more. It's over and Beck is being booted off the air, for now at least.
A judge at 10:30 this morning issued a temporary restraining order blocking implementation of the law that would destroy collective bargaining rights for public workers.