menu
  • Sep 17 2020
    “Racial and social unrest is not a ‘summer’ problem nor is it one-dimensional. ... It requires solutions that are ongoing and multifaceted.” ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Marilyn Katz's picture
    Marilyn Katz
  • Apr 03 2020
    Thanks to all who participated and presented. This package of information includes follow up material from the groups and individuals who had tips on that call. For the record, the call discussed tips on techniques and tips, it did not involve any discussion of strategic coordination or any information that is not public. Below you will find information on: ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    admin's picture
    admin
  • Jul 19 2017
    Republican fantasies about "repealing and replacing" the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are crashing on the rocks of two-to-one public opposition, and a tidal wave of ordinary people who are demanding their Members of Congress vote NO. So what about a real plan to make the ACA even better? What about a plan to provide even more access to health care and make premiums more affordable – especially for working people — rather than the GOP plan to take health care away from millions? ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Robert Creamer's picture
    Robert Creamer
  • May 26 2017
    The daily revelations of the entanglement of Trump’s entourage have Republicans squirming and Democrats salivating at the smell of blood in the water. Former boogeymen like the CIA and the FBI have suddenly become heroes to liberals. After years of relative quietude, Russia has emerged once again as the evil empire, as if we were living in the height of the Cold War. ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Marilyn Katz's picture
    Marilyn Katz
  • May 13 2017
    David Wood - Huffington Post Heather Booth doesn’t look like a revolutionary. She sits demurely on a sofa, dressed simply in black, fingering a silver necklace. She speaks softly, selecting her words with care and enunciating cleanly. Dignity. Respect. Community. But something comes over her when she begins to talk about helping people organize to make their world better. The sweet smile fades. She sits up straighter. Her voice tightens, the words come faster. Power. Together. Act. She strikes a gently curled fist into an open palm. IM-pact. ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    admin's picture
    admin
  • Jul 12 2016
    What happens when you bring together multi-partisan superstars, social justice artists, and thousands of politicos together? Something intriguing. Something really powerful. And something with a great deal of potential. ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    admin's picture
    admin
  • May 03 2016
    Brings Creative Experience to the Intersection of Arts, Culture, and Political and Issue Campaigns Washington, D.C. (May 2, 2016) – Democracy Partners, the firm formed by some of the nation’s most experienced political strategists, communicators and organizers, today announced the addition of Wyatt Closs, principal of Big Bowl of Ideas, as partner in the firm.  ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    admin's picture
    admin
  • Apr 05 2016
    Reblogged from the Huffington Post. By Mike Lux, Co-Founder, Democracy Partners ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Mike Lux's picture
    Mike Lux
  • Mar 31 2016
    There is so much craziness going on in the political world right now that it makes it hard to think, as random supernovas of strangeness keep exploding in the political atmosphere. But like physicists trying to explain all the seeming contradictions and strange anomalies of how the universe operates, maybe we should be looking for a theory that unifies everything, a theory that can explain all the total weirdness of American politics right now. Today, I go in search of a unifying theory of political everything. How to explain all this weirdness in the political universe: ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Mike Lux's picture
    Mike Lux
  • Mar 14 2016
    The rise of Donald Trump -- and the events of the last week -- have promoted serious discussion of the question of whether fascism can in fact triumph in the United States of America. I do not raise that question simply as a means of slurring an opposition political candidate, or movement. I raise it as a technical, analytic question that deserves a serious answer. ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Robert Creamer's picture
    Robert Creamer
  • Mar 14 2016
    Despite what the pundits say, the outcome of Democratic primary is far from inevitable Reported as being 25 points down in the polls only one week ago, Bernie Sanders shocked the Clinton campaign—and more interestingly, political pundits and pollsters by besting Clinton in Michigan. And only one week ago, reading the headlines and listening to the pundit-class commentary on Clinton’s big victory on Super Tuesday and her goliath lead over Sanders’ delegate count one could have assumed that the race is over. ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Marilyn Katz's picture
    Marilyn Katz
  • Mar 11 2016
    Our own Brett Di Resta offers his latest thinking on research and the failures of GOP research on Trump. Listen to the piece here.  This highly competitive race to choose a presidential nominee in the Republican and Democratic parties should be spurring furious and exhaustive opposition research - skeletons in closets, flip-flops, and damning video and audio recordings. ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Brett Di Resta's picture
    Brett Di Resta
  • Mar 10 2016
    Chicago has a long history of wars. The bootlegger wars of the 1920s, the Council Wars of the 1980s and the annual winter parking spot wars, to name a few. Now, thanks to Ald. Proco "Joe" Moreno, 1st, we may have a chance at another — garbage wars. Moreno has proposed that Chicago's new monthly garbage fee of $9.50 per household for single family residence be replaced with a "pay-as-you-throw" fee. Under his proposal the more garbage a household creates, the more it would pay. ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Marilyn Katz's picture
    Marilyn Katz
  • Feb 24 2016
    Institute and Impact Philanthropy Division Led by Renowned Strategists Complement  Firm’s Comprehensive Electoral and Issue Campaign Offerings   ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    admin's picture
    admin
  • Feb 18 2016
    Via In These Times http://inthesetimes.com/article/18884/bruce-rauners-1-percent-friendly-p... The near-billionaire governor keeps insisting his policies increase opportunities for Illinoisans. But the numbers tell a different story. BY Marilyn Katz ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Marilyn Katz's picture
    Marilyn Katz
  • Feb 16 2016
    Just when you thought that the fringe right-wing politicians who have taken over the Republican Party couldn't veer any further out of the American political mainstream, they prove once again that they are willing to discard any democratic institution or constitutional principle that stands in their way. In fact, for all their talk of "original intent" or strict adherence to the rule of law, or the language and spirit of the Constitution, they couldn't give a rat's back end when their radical right wing agenda is in jeopardy. ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Robert Creamer's picture
    Robert Creamer
  • Feb 09 2016
    Real change requires that we expand our understanding of what actions are needed on the part of the mayor, the police and anyone who claims the mantle of the city’s leadership. Two films that premiered this past fall provide guidance of the kind of leadership that today is missing. BY MARILYN KATZ ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Marilyn Katz's picture
    Marilyn Katz
  • Jan 11 2016
    Today, Monday, January 11, will have a big impact on the American Middle Class and all of those who aspire to it. Today, the United States Supreme Court hears oral arguments in the case of Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association. ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Robert Creamer's picture
    Robert Creamer
  • Dec 11 2015
    Here's Bob Creamer's latest piece from the Huffington Post outlining the new billionaire-backed attacks on the California Teachers Association - and by extension - all hard-working Americans. Warning: CEO Class’ Next Big Attack on the Incomes of Ordinary Americans If you’re like most ordinary Americans, you’re not thrilled that ever since George W. Bush came into office 15 years ago your income has flat lined.  ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    Robert Creamer's picture
    Robert Creamer
  • Dec 10 2015
    A full-page ad in today's New York Times calls on elected officials, leading public voices, and the media to “stop the spread of hate and division” as the U.S. faces a rising tide of Islamophobia, racism, and fear-baiting alongside a spate of violent attacks that seem fueled and at times directly inspired by such dangerous rhetoric. Won't you join us and sign on?   https://wearebetterthanthis.com/ ...
    Read More
    Comments: 0
    Add a Comment
    admin's picture
    admin

Pages

Our partners at Digital Turf push the envelope (get it) with years of experience designing various successful print media campaigns for a wide array of clients. Using a combination of bravado and sheer talent, our team is highly specialized in creating stuff like mailers, brochures, business cards and flyers. Check out our work and learn more about our particular brand of awesomeness.