The Progressive Update (6/26/2022): Big Wins in California, Iowa, and DC. Primaries in Illinois, Colorado, Utah, Oklahoma, and New York.

So, just got off of a nice break, and we are now back to writing about politics again. We have another big day on June 28th, and this time, I decided to get the research done so I can complete this one a few days early. But first, we have the recap of the past …

The Progressive Update: (6/3/2022): Fetterman, Summer Lee, McLeod Skinner win, Cisneros loses, California/New Jersey/New Mexico/Iowa Primaries, Alaska Special Election.

So, a lot happened the past few weeks, and a lot is happening on June 4th. That’s good news for the movement but bad news for me since it now means I have to write about all of it. So I guess we’ll pick up where I left off last update. So yeah, Fetterman won …

The Progressive Update (5/16/2022): Super Tuesday – Midterm Edition

So, some good news of of West Virginia. Not only did all four progressive state legislature with contested primaries with theirs, but progressive Joe Solomon also won his primary for Charleston city council at large, which brings progressive representation to the biggest city in West Virginia. Other noteworthy news is that House Freedom Caucus lunatic …

The Progressive Update (5/6/2022): Roe Vs Wade Repealed, Nina Turner Loses Again, West Virginia Primaries.

So, these past few days sucked. It’s not so much a question of “what happened” but more so “why?” Starting with the SCOTUS leak that Roe Vs Wade will be overturned, this only makes sense as the logical conclusion based on the direction this country is heading. We could sit around and speculate as to …

The Progressive Update (7/28/2020): New Jersey & Texas Recap, August 4th & 6th Primaries

After a break from my the usual schedule, I have come to the conclusion that I’m going to change the name of this series to something that more accurately sums up what it was supposed to do. Not to mention that “The Weekly Bern” makes it sound like it’s directly associated with Bernie himself, which …

The Progressive Update (8/27/2020): Massachusetts Primaries & the Alex Morse Smear Job

The Florida Primary was a bit of a standstill for progressives. The biggest disappointment was that Debbie Wasserman Schultz won re-election with a 44 point lead against progressive candidate Jen Perelman, despite the fact that the former was in trouble for physically assaulting a minor just a few days before the primary. On the plus …