Tag Archives: Bernie Sanders

Politicians are cowards. More than that, they are cowardly followers. So are we.

I recently received this in an email from a friend. Brilliant! Anger is the only way. You have won me over.  This is America.  American’s respond emotionally.  We have to rile them up against the right.  But if Democrats aren’t … Continue reading

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Who Are the Koch Brothers and What Do They Want? – YouTube

See on Scoop.it – DidYouCheckFirst Sen. Sanders talks with Joy Ann Reid on MSNBC about his Huffington Post column on the Koch brothers. Read the article here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rep… Greg Russak‘s insight: The more dangerous and extreme Libertarian ideals of the … Continue reading

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Sanders Bill S.1982 to Fund Veterans Programs Is More Proof That Both Parties Are NOT the Same

The meme below is fresh from this morning’s Facebook feed. It inspired me to do some research. The result is more evidence that the two major political parties are simply NOT the same. So here’s my suggestion: Add the question about … Continue reading

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Wall Street’s Socialists

Take a good look. These are the real Socialists in America today(1). No, not Socialism in the text-book definition of the word. I mean something more heinous:  a dystopian form of capitalism in which all the gains are privatized and … Continue reading

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‘Whale-sized’ Proof That Wall Street Can’t Be Trusted

Wall Street is proving once again that they simply cannot be trusted. What is required is even greater and stronger regulation, not less. We also need laws that expeditiously put bankers in jail for the kinds of willfully unethical actions … Continue reading

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