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MOMocrats.com was launched in September 2007 as a national collaborative blog for progressive mom bloggers to write about politics from a mom's perspective.

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Cynematic of K12 News Network hosts a "Back to School" K12NN/MOMocrats Book Club interview with author Jose Luis Vilson. Jose Luis Vilson has written a powerful and moving memoir of his own childhood spent in NYC schools and... more

Twitter lit up this week with dual hashtags, #WhyIStayed and #WhyILeft, after the release of that Ray Rice video began a national conversation on domestic violence. MOMocrats Cynematic, Karoli and Donna Schwartz Mills weigh in on... more

For the first 15 minutes, political discussion and current events from the progressive point of view by the MOMocrats. Today on our show we feature MOMocrats emerita Sarah Granger, our resident noted author, blogger, speaker... more

Claire Conner returns to MOMochat in this repeat from earlier this summer to talk about the alarming inroads the radical right has made into the Republican party, Congress and statehouses around the country. Claire is the author of Wrapped... more

California's ballot proposition process was meant to give the people more of a say in legislation, but the process has become entirely corrupted by money and special interests. Proposition language makes the proposals sound like good... more

Claire Conner returns to MOMochat to talk about the alarming inroads the radical right has made into the Republican party, Congress and statehouses around the country. Claire is the author of Wrapped in the Flag, a memoir of growing up in a... more

The war in Gaza is a tragedy. Are American right-wingers somehow involved? There is some evidence it's true, as MOMocrat Karoli reports at Crooks and Liars.com. She and Donna Schwartz Mills examine what could be a pattern of... more

Yesterday's ruling on Obamacare subsidies by a three-judge panel on the DC Court of Appeals was just a hiccup. That ruling was followed by a contradictory one, from the 4th Circuit Court that upholds subsidizing Federal exchange... more

The news cycle has been dominated by the story the humanitarian crisis of immigrant children caught at our border, and public reaction has been something of a Rohrshach test: Do we rally to turn them away as the Mayor of... more

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