Thanks to CtK supporters who kicked off our first #GivingTuesday with a bang!
Right now, Cohort II is in the lead in the Cohort Challenge!
CtK Alums weighing in on climate change, the recent UN climate report, and next steps:
Emily Holden writing for the Guardian UK, four part series on climate change:
“And Sarah Hunt, CEO of the nonprofit Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy, said Congress should “focus on achievable climate solutions first,” like increased support for energy technologies and research and development.
‘Republicans and Democrats can agree on several greenhouse gas emissions reducing strategies, including building efficient infrastructure, clean energy sector job growth, and advanced energy technology R&D,’ Hunt said.”
Two takes on the Cohen plea deal:
From the National Review: Trump’s Unacceptable Campaign Conduct and Two Other Takeaways from the Cohen Plea
From the Washington Post: Trump talked up Russia during now-revealed secret Moscow project talks
Lastly, a quick recap of a busy month!
After the mid-term elections, Lori hit the road and made her way to Georgetown IOP, Patriots & Pragmatists, University of Chicago IOP, Grinnell College, culminating with the Obama Foundation Summit. In November alone, CtK has reached hundreds of people, elevating their understanding of what it means to be a loyal antagonist.
Our movement continues to expand. Thank you for all you do as a loyal antagonist.