Tag: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Brought ‘Desus & Mero’ To A Bronx Bar To Drink ‘GOP Tears’

Before she became the youngest woman ever elected to Congress, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) worked in bars and restaurants, something her opponents love to bring up, as if “bartender” is an insult. It’s not. It’s how millions of Americans get by, and during Thursday’s episode of Desus & Mero, AOC addressed the GOP’s constant attempts […]

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The New Majority Behind Sex Work Decriminalization

When people have a real chance to say what kind of world they want, they tend to tell similar stories: safety for themselves and their families, dignified work, health care. Viewed this way, there is something almost intuitive about many left ideas. Which means the real trouble with building support for them isn’t so much […]

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From Washington state to Washington DC, lawmakers rush to regulate facial recognition

Amid the start of an impeachment trial; talk of mounting hostility with Iran; new trade deals with China, Canada, and Mexico; and the final presidential debate before the start of the Democratic presidential primary season, you might’ve missed it, but it was also a momentous week for facial recognition regulation. A bipartisan group in Congress […]

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