Most of what's wrong with American politics today is on display from now through the weekend in a downtown hotel in San Diego.
"Welcome to Arizona where a black trans-woman cannot walk down the street; where Martin Luther King Day was repealed by a Republican governor."
It's not "normal that so many young people end up in our criminal justice system. What is normal is teenagers doing stupid things."
Netroots Nation, the gathering of progressive activists and bloggers, is heading into its 10th year in Phoenix this week.
Arizona, a traditionally deep red state, has not seen the last of Bernie Sanders.
The president said there must be a distinction between young people "doing stupid things" and violent criminals.
Trumka released a statement in response to Gov. Walker's upcoming announcement that he is running for president of the U.S.
Netroots Nation will bring together over 3,000 progressive activists and leaders to discuss key issues and strategize for upcoming battles in 2015 and 2016.
"If you don't vote - and some in the opposition have told me that they don't want you to vote - you don't count."
"It's easy for Jeb to sit extra hours at his corporate board meetings, but the average worker already clocks in 47 hours a week while wages remain stagnant."