Historian Traces Laura Ingraham’s Racist Attack on Immigrants: Echoes ‘Racial Citizenship Laws That Took Root in Nazi Germany’
The host made open and chilling racist comments during her Wednesday broadcast. Fox News host Laura Ingraham went on a shocking racist tirade during the Wednesday night broadcast of her show.”The America we know and love doesn’t exist anymore. Massive demographic changes have been foisted on the Ame…
Workers deserve a say in their companies management!
“Both historical evidence and common sense suggest that, had workers’ representatives been in every corporate boardroom this January, the Trump tax cuts might have actually trickled down into workers’ paychecks (instead of pooling in wealthy shareholders’ bank accounts). At a time of record corporate profits, and stubbornly tepid wage growth, co-determination is a simple way of rebalancing the gains of growth in ordinary Americans’ favor — without raising taxes by a single cent.”
Forcing companies to give workers representation on company boards is wildly popular, requires no tax hikes, and would almost certainly raise wages.
Trump’s attacks on the press are tearing at the fabric of our democracy. A startling number of Republicans (43 percent) now believe the president should have the authority shut down news outlets, according to a new Ipsos poll. Another 48 percent agree with Trump’s claim that the media is “the enemy of the people.”
Folks, this is yet another step towards tyranny. Democracy is imperiled when a significant portion of the public will believe a president of the United States no matter what he says. It is doubly imperiled when the same people also believe the president should have the power to silence those who seek the truth. What do you think?
Laura Ingraham is nothing if not consistently a Fox News bigot. She isn’t consistent about her ideas or the things that come out of her mouth; but she is consistent in one thing—she wants to stay on television, making money, no matter what. Ingraham…
This is where your tax dollars really go. Not to food stamps, or welfare. The vast majority of the discretionary budget goes to war and death
Dozens of children, many younger than 15, were killed in a Saudi-led coalition airstrike that hit a school bus in northern Yemen on Thursday, according to the Houthi-controlled Health Ministry.