DFA Daily — December 5th

December 5, 2013
By Leah Pickett | 0 comments

Headlines from Thursday, December 5:

Obama Focuses Agenda on Relieving Inequality — Washington Post

Historic speech sets agenda for rest of second term.

GOP Men Tutored in Running Against Women — Politico

Grown men need to be taught how not to be sexist or offensive.

Young Invincibles Spurn Obamacare — The Hill

In what could turn out to be Obamacare’s greatest challenge, less than a third of young people say they plan to enroll in coverage.

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Democrats Link Themselves to Warren to Gain Primary Advantages — National Journal

That hasn't sat well with progressive activists. And Wednesday, liberal groups including MoveOn.org, the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, Democracy for America, and Progressives United started directing their ire at not just Third Way but Rep. Allyson Schwartz, D-Pa., an honorary cochair of the group who is also the nominal front-runner in the Pennsylvania gubernatorial primary. In effect, they told the congresswoman she had to choose Warren over Third Way if she wanted their support.

Elizabeth Warren Takes Sides in Democratic Feud — Politico

A chorus of groups aligned with the liberal wing of the party – from the Progressive Change Campaign Committee to Howard Dean’s Democracy for America and Russ Feingold’s Progressives United – responded by attacking Third Way as a Wall Street-funded front group.

Democratic Infighting All the Rage — The Hill

Groups such as the Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) and Democracy for America pounced on Rep. Allyson Schwartz, an honorary co-chairwoman at Third Way, who is vying with a crowded field to win the Democratic nomination for governor in Pennsylvania.

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