Kim Foxx’s missteps on a case involving the “Empire” actor imperil her reelection but she finds solace with other black female district attorneys.
Albert EisenbergDaily dose of #MediaBias -- this article:
1. Barely touches total ineptitude, insider dealing & mismanagement of #Smollett case
2. Ignores existence of Jackie Lacey, also black woman who just won reelex to LA DA (but isn't progressive so she doesn't exist)
Voters in the district aren’t looking for a Congressional has-been parroting stale talking points.
Albert EisenbergThe primary race in #CA50 is a battle between old and new GOP, establishment pol Darrell Issa and upstart @carldemaio. I wrote about it for the 2nd time in @thehill — particularly focusing on some of the dumbest ads of the cycle.
Warren has distinguished herself with a series of false narratives designed to make her appear victimized.
Albert EisenbergFor the @PhillyInquirer this week, I ask a question I've been considering for a while:
After a serial lying campaign and decades posing as a woman of color, why hasn't the race-obsessed academic left cancelled Elizabeth Warren yet?
The House could vote as early as Thursday to rein in the president, though the odds are slim the GOP-controlled Senate will follow suit.
Albert Eisenberg.@politico how about a modicum of self-respect, or if that's too much to ask then perhaps respect for victims of global terrorism?
This is not "Trump's" conflict. #Iran has been funding the murders of civilians across the globe since the 1980's.
Support for education choice bridged racial, economic, political, and generational backgrounds.
Albert EisenbergDems are *completely* out of step with their voters on this.
"Latinos voiced the highest level of support at 73 percent, while... 67 percent of African Americans approved" of school choice. via @Liberty4pa
Sources say the justice, brother of indicted labor leader John “Johnny Doc” Dougherty, is “Family Member No. 4” described in the indictment unsealed last week. A spokesman for Kevin Dougherty said he never knowingly accepted any benefits.
WASHINGTON — The Senate voted Thursday to confirm Gina Haspel as the first women to lead the Central Intelligence Agency, a move that was opposed by both Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Sen. Chris Murphy. The Connecticut senators said they were...
Albert EisenbergGlad to see Dem Sens Shaheen & Warner voting to confirm Haspel, who has same track record (and way more agency experience) than Obama’s CIA pick.
Neither are up for re-election in 2018 — slighhhtly good sign for #bipartisanship. 🌞