DFA Daily — November 12th

November 12, 2013
By Leah Pickett | 0 comments

Headlines from Tuesday, November 12:

Fewer Than 500,00 Sign Up On Obamacare Website, Report Suggests — CNN

The Administration is set to release its own numbers later this week.

Wall Street’s Nightmare: President Elizabeth Warren — Politico

The New Republic piece yesterday has everyone talking about Warren this morning.

DFA’s Top Clips:

Left Wants Challenger for Hillary — The Hill

Charles Chamberlain, executive director of Democracy for America, a liberal grassroots advocacy group, said the Democratic Party would benefit from a competitive presidential primary in 2016.

“The issue of income inequality is vital, and Hillary Clinton has not always had the right position,” he said. “Hillary has changed a lot, and she’s grown a lot. I think this is a candidate who has evolved in a number of important ways.  

“She has some heavy lifting to do to show she’s not in the pocket of banks and a candidate of the 1 percent. That’s a more open question,” he added.

Five Best Monday Columns — Atlantic Wire

Democracy for America communications director Neil Sroka tweets, "The definitive case for Warren 2016 ... A must read for anyone who cares about the future of the left."

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Which of the 11 American Nations Do You Live In? — Washington Post


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