From the man so privileged, he has clearly never been to a grocery store
“You know, if you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need a picture on a card, you need ID.”
A victory for representative government in Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court released its congressional district map Monday to be used for the 2018 elections, the latest in an ongoing gerrymandering case. Republicans have vowed to resist the court’s order.
“Their economic models show that canceling student debt would lead to a boost in GDP by an average of $86 billion to $108 billion annually over the next 10 years.”
Researchers say that forgiving the $1.4 trillion of outstanding student debt could stimulate the economy while only moderately increasing the federal deficit.
Break Them Up!
“we’ve handed over so much of our lives to a few Silicon Valley executives that we’ve started talking about the downsides of these firms. As the Four have become increasingly dominant, a murmur of concern—and even resentment—has begun to make itself heard. After years of hype, we’ve finally begun to consider the suggestion that the government, or someone, ought to put the brakes on.”
Four companies dominate our daily lives unlike any other in human history. The only logical conclusion? We must bust up big tech.
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Danish “Right Winger” = left of the Democratic Party
A fellow from a regressive-minded think tank concedes the many benefits of a nation that provides universal access to pre-school, healthcare, and college.
“How much do you pay when you go to the hospital, if you have cancer, God forbid, and you go to the hospital?” Sanders asked the right-winger from Denmark.
“Zero,” he replied.
Well, guess that settles it.
Fellow at Peterson Institute, a regressive-minded think tank, concedes the many benefits of a nation that provides universal access to pre-school, healthcare, and college