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Dam Skippy,. If Trump is for it, we must be against it, the same way that if Obama was for it the republicans were against it. How does it feel Mitch? You and the rest of the republicans can go fuck yourselves.
“Democrats would filibuster Ruth Bader Ginsburg if President Trump nominated her. We all know why,” McConnell said.
Hey, Trump voters–
Among the things the Trump Administration has done so far:
1) Allowing the SALE of our personal internet information to anyone WITHOUT our permission. DONE
2) Deciding to allow Dow to sell a pesticide that has been PROVEN to harm brain cells in children. DONE
3) Dismantled protections for women in the workplace. DONE
4) Dismantled protections for LGBT workers. DONE
5) Claimed credit for an expansion Ford had already planned
6) Tried to enforce an emigration ban that was unconstitutional
7) Tried to get a health plan passed that would basically give the insurance companies the right to deny coverage for many things.
8) Decided it was fine for people who have been certified as mentally ill the right to purchase guns. DONE
9) has taken nearly weekly vacations at his own resort, resulting in 1.3 million dollars each visit
10) Is encouraging the dismantling of the NEA, NEH, EPA, Meals on Wheels, the Appalachian Regional Commission, PBS, NPR, Food assistance, mental health, education rights for the disabled and learning handicapped and more through his budget proposal
Is this what you wanted when you voted for this man? Nancy McCanpbell
If you want to learn Economics, read Micheal Hudsons Books.
The World’s Best Economist Paul Craig Roberts If you want to learn real economics instead of neoliberal junk economics, read Michael Hudson’s books. What y
The latest faux outrage against a Pepsi commercial shows the worst of American society all around
Pepsi, a multinational corporation built on exploitation, environmental destruction, and peddling poisons across the globe, releases a “feel good” commercial about protest. Just the latest attempt in corporate progressive white washing. They choose none other than Kaitlin Jenner of the Kardashin clan to be the hero of the movement.
The American people, the victims of systemic corporate abuse, are ENRAGED! Not by Pepsi’s environmental degradation, lobbying and purchasing of our government, peddling of fatty junk foods that poison us, or their exploitive practices. No, they’re mad that Pepsi is so tone deaf to have a white woman extend an olive branch to the police during a protest!
Sorry America. Once again, you’re mad at the wrong thing
Engaging right-wingers in Political Combat is important to win over those who are undecided.
Many in the American Progressive Movement use the Scandinavian Nations of Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland and their Welfare models as examples for the United States of America to follow, Bernie Sanders himself has done this alot.
What are the problems you observe with this method?.
“The Nordic Theory of Everything” is a Good Book to read, its from the perspective of a Finnish Woman that moved to the United States.
65,000,000 Million people voted for the Democratic Candidate in 2016, 13,000,000 people voted for Bernie Sanders in the Primary, can they all get to a Phone, a Computer and a Pen and Paper and start calling, e-mailing and writing to their Senators and Representatives about this?.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) introduced the College for All Act Monday, a piece of legislation that would make four-year public colleges and universities tuit…
We’ve been saying this for four years. It’s time to smash the monopolies apart!
“Virtually every major sector in our economy has been whittled down to a few major players. Two companies produce nearly all of America’s toothpaste. One, Luxottica, produces nearly all the sunglasses. There are four cable and Internet providers, who have divvied up the country and rarely compete. There are four major airlines. There are four major commercial banks. There are four major Internet platforms — Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and Google — controlling your information flow, your data, and your virtual life.”
In a conference room overlooking the Chicago River last week, 35 years of thinking about the economy came under direct challenge. It won’t get as much attention as a Sean Spicer press conference or a Bernie Sanders town hall, but decades from now it may prove much more important to how our econ…