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Isaiah J. Poole


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Past articles by Isaiah:

The Grassroots Won Alabama’s Senate Race

Doug Jones's victory in Alabama belongs to the voters, who rose up from the grassroots in a new movement to restore voting rights and met the challenge of keeping a homophobe, racist and accused pedophile out of the U. → Read More

Grassroots Candidates Will “Rise Up” To Electorialize The Resistance

Fifty grassroots activists will pledge to run for political office in 2017 and beyond, during a climactic session of the People's Action's inaugural convention in Washington on Monday that will feature Sen. → Read More

Protest to House Budget Committee: ‘Kill the Bill Before It Kills Us’

As the House Budget Committee voted to make health care more expensive and less accessible for millions of Americans, opponents gathered outside the hearing room to make sure Congress saw their opposition. → Read More

Burning Issues: The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Climate Change

The Trans-Pacific Partnership threatens to undermine the real progress the United States and the world is poised to make on addressing climate change, says Ilana Solomon of the Sierra Club in this Burning Issues video. → Read More

Nevada’s Right Wing Could Get Burned Trying to Shut Solar Power Down

"It's going to be a campaign issue," says an activist and homeowner who is among those who will be hurt by a Koch brothers-backed push to make home solar power adoption prohibitively expensive. → Read More

MoveOn Political Action Endorses Bernie Sanders

"This vote was not only decisive, but participation was broad-based, with more ballots cast than any other endorsement vote in MoveOn's history," says MoveOn's executive director. → Read More

Millennials in Poll Fake Right, Go Left

In a poll of people between the ages of 18-29, more identified as conservative on economic policy issues than liberal. → Read More

“Bleeding-Heart,” Or Just Bloody? The GOP Poverty Show

When you hear the rhetoric from the Jack Kemp Foundation's "Expanding Opportunity" forum Saturday, it pays to watch what conservatives have done to low-income people, not what they say. → Read More

With Latest Budget Deal, More Failure By Design

Government spending is not out of control. → Read More