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by Brian Young | on Jan 13, 2021

Painters Union Launches PRO Act Campaign

With Joe Biden set to become President next week and Democrats gaining control of the Senate, while holding control of the House of Representatives, the push to pass the PRO Act has restarted. The...

by Kris LaGrange | on Jan 12, 2021

Will Unions' Calls to Resign Work?

Nearly a week ago Trump supporters attacked the Capitol in an effort to stop the certification of the Electoral College vote. They were spurred on by Trump, Senators like Missouri’s Josh Hawley...

by Kris LaGrange | on Jan 11, 2021

When Trumpers Kill Other Trumpers

In November of 2016, US Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick proudly cast his vote for Donald Trump for President of the United States of America. Then on January 6, 2021, he was murdered by men in...

by Press and Media | on Jan 11, 2021

NYPD Investigating Whether Officers Took Part in DC Riot

Following the attack on the US Capitol, there has been a national effort to track down the perpetrators. In New York, that trail has led back to both the NYPD and the FDNY. Read more below from...

by Kris LaGrange | on Jan 08, 2021

Trumpers Beat A Cop to Death

A Capitol police officer has now died from injuries sustained at the hands of Trump supporters who invaded the US Capitol on Wednesday. The officer, Brian Sicknick, was bludgeoned to death by rioters...

by Kris LaGrange | on Jan 07, 2021

FBI Link to Report Trump Rioters

On Thursday, January 7th, the sun rose to reveal the damage that was done to the hallowed halls of the United States Capitol by a group of traitors who attempted to stop the certification of the 2020...

by Brian Young | on Jan 07, 2021

Biden Selects Marty Walsh for Labor Secretary

With just two weeks until Inauguration Day, President-elect Biden has continued to fill out his cabinet by announcing the selection of Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to be his Labor Secretary. Before Walsh...

by Kris LaGrange | on Jan 06, 2021

Trump Starts Riot at US Capitol

Inside the Capitol, the House and the Senate met to approve the votes of the Electoral College. While Republicans inside the building attempted to overthrow the vote of the people to gain favor with...

by Kris LaGrange | on Dec 23, 2020

UCOMM PAC Launches Workers talking to Workers Campaign

Across the state of Georgia, voters have been coming out in record numbers to vote early in the two Senate runoff elections that will decide control of the Senate for the next two years. Nearly 1.7...

by Brian Young | on Dec 22, 2020

Biden Picks a Teacher to Run the Education Department

In a big departure from the last four years, President-elect Joe Biden has chosen Miguel Cardona, a former public-school teacher, and principal, as his Education Secretary. Cardona would replace the...

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