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  • Obama OR Trump. We NEED a Revolution.   1 day 17 hours ago

    Freedom of the press is one of the first things to go under this Fascist Administration. The mainstream media is what got him elected and now he is shutting it down. Just like Hitler and Mussolini.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/white-house-bars-news-organizations_...

  • At What Point Do Trump Supporters Feel Betrayed?   1 day 17 hours ago

    Soon or never? How about when we found that Trump was using the help of Russisn leader/thug Putin to win the election. I know the show "The Big Picture" with Thom Hartmann is on RT (Russia Television) and Thom says he has full control of his show's content but does he really? He talks about very meaningful stuff but there is almost no content about Russian hacking into our election. So, is Thom Hartmann Putin's puppet? The lack of Thom's condemnation of Putin's interferance and Trump's willingness to use that interferance would point to yes, Thom's Putin's puppet. Perhaps Thom should find some other outfit to carry his show so he can have true free speech on his show. He could do that or start talking about thug Putin, his interferance in our election, his having journalist murdered and see how long it takes RT to pull his show or how long it takes Putin to have him killed. Come on Thom, dump RT so you can be free. You have many thousands of folowers who will follow you anywhere and I am one.

  • How Do You Have Freedom If You Don’t Have Healthcare?   1 day 17 hours ago

    This hits home. My Brother-in-law recently died at 60 years old. He had a successful business for many years that was destroyed by the Bush 2007 depression. A divorce took a lot more based on previous income (alimony). He had to sell his house for a big loss in 2008. With his divorce was a loss of medical insurance covered by his ex-wife's job . In his 50's he could not find work. Tried a couple of business start ups and failed. His health started to fail probably from stress. Lived in Texas which is 1 of 19 Republican governed states that did not expand on Medicare in the ACA. Thus turning down money so that citizens would die. My Brother-in Law was one of the deaths.

  • How Do You Have Freedom If You Don’t Have Healthcare?   1 day 18 hours ago

    This hits home. My Brother-in-law recently died at 60 years old. He had a successful business for many years that was destroyed by the Bush 2007 depression. A divorce took a lot more based on previous income (alimony). He had to sell his house for a big loss in 2008. With his divorce was a loss of medical insurance covered by his ex-wife's job . In his 50's he could not find work. Tried a couple of business start ups and failed. His health started to fail probably from stress. Lived in Texas which is 1 of 19 Republican governed states that did not expand on Medicare in the ACA. Thus turning down money so that citizens would die. My Brother-in Law was one of the deaths.

  • Trump is Right! Right Wing Terrorism IS Islamic!   1 day 18 hours ago

    I have no idea why people would follow philosophy from the bronze age for religion. To base your life on something that might have happened is ludicrus. Jesus certainly had good things to follow but the last to follow them are the Republicans.

  • People Who Oppose Trump Are Revolting Against God   1 day 19 hours ago
    Quote Steven PBarrett: By and large most Christians, including the Catholic Church, the single largest Christian body in the land, wouldn't give this "dominionism" and so-called "Christian reconstructionism" any measurable amount of respect. It's heresy for beginners. The rest of it borders on outright loonyiness.

    "I do not find in orthodox Christianity one redeeming feature."
    -- Thomas Jefferson

    White evangelicals, Catholics and Mormons carried Trump

    Once the religious, the hunted and weary
    Chasing the promise of freedom and hope
    Came to this country to build a new vision
    Far from the reaches of Kingdom and pope

    Catholic Church on Cannabis

    Like good Christians some would burn the witches
    Later some got slaves to gather riches

    O.N.D.C.Pope

    But still from near and far to seek America
    They came by thousands, to court the wild
    But she just patiently smiled and bore a child
    To be their spirit and guiding light

    California Woman Denied Essential Heart Transplant
    Because She Uses MMJ

    And once the ties with the crown had been broken
    Westward in saddle and wagon it went
    And till the railroad linked ocean to ocean
    Many the lives which had come to an end

    The Heartlessness of Dying for Prohibition
    http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/sreply/585

    While we bullied, stole and bought a homeland
    We began the slaughter of the red man

    US Asked To Stop False Information on Medical Pot
    http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/topic/1531

    But still from near and far to seek America
    They came by thousands to court the wild
    But she just patiently smiled and bore a child
    To be their spirit and guiding light

    If you want people to think you’re infallible,
    it’s probably best not to say stupid things

    http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/reply/650

    The Blue and Grey they stomped it
    They kicked it just like a dog
    And when the war was over
    They stuffed it just like a hog

    Roundup Ready religion: The Vatican and GMOs
    http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/reply/644

    And though the past has its share of injustice
    Kind was the spirit in many a way
    But its protectors and friends have been sleeping
    Now it's a monster and will not obey

    Maybe "pop" rocks
    http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/reply/690

    The spirit was freedom and justice
    And its keepers seemed generous and kind
    Its leaders were supposed to serve the country
    But now they won't pay it no mind
    Cause the people grew fat and got lazy
    Now their vote is a meaningless joke
    They babble about law and order
    But it's all just an echo of what they've been told

    Pope calls for more killing
    http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/topic/1738

    Yeah, there's a monster on the loose
    It's got our heads into the noose
    And it just sits there watchin'

    There is a special place in Hell reserved for the Vatican
    http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/topic/1520

    The cities have turned into jungles
    And corruption is stranglin' the land
    The police force is watching the people
    And the people just can't understand
    We don't know how to mind our own business
    'Cause the whole world's got to be just like us
    Now we are fighting a war over there
    No matter who's the winner we can't pay the cost

    Christian Extremism and Terrorism In History
    http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/topic/1681

    'Cause there's a monster on the loose
    It's got our heads into the noose
    And it just sits there watchin'

    Philippines:
    Legal Persecution of Drug War Critic
    Philippines:
    Ex-Cop Says President Paid Him, Others to Kill Crime Suspects

    America, where are you now
    Don't you care about your sons and daughters
    Don't you know we need you now
    We can't fight alone against the monster

    Shame, Responsibility, Pot and Donald Trump:
    The Henry Rollins Interview

    America, where are you now
    Don't you care about your sons and daughters
    Don't you know we need you now
    We can't fight alone against the monster

    F The Poor
    Republican Plan To Drug-Test Recipients of Unemployment Benefits

    America...America...America...America...
    Steppenwolf - Monster

    Quote Steven PBarrett: Worry more about what the more dangerous heretics when it comes to creating a more civil society (even on what they believe are "Godly," i.e. ruggedly individualistic nonsense) will do to our social safety net. Yes, the Lord ... even liberals would agree, wants us to use our financial resources more wisely.

    Bong Hits 4 Jesus
    http://endingcannabisprohibition.yuku.com/topic/1627

    God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him. How shall we comfort ourselves, the murderers of all murderers? What was holiest and mightiest of all that the world has yet owned has bled to death under our knives: who will wipe this blood off us? What water is there for us to clean ourselves? What festivals of atonement, what sacred games shall we have to invent? Is not the greatness of this deed too great for us? Must we ourselves not become gods simply to appear worthy of it?
    — Nietzsche, The Gay Science, Section 125, tr.

    "I like your Christ,
    I do not like your Christians.
    Your Christians are so unlike your Christ."

    -- Mahatma Gandhi

    Quote Steven PBarrett: Expose the frauds in the pulpits by all means, but watch who's trying to pick your wallets for more ammo to pass along ... in His Holy Name of all Names. Oh, and don't forget to ask your Congressman or Senator if he or she puts R before the state indicator, "What would Jesus and St. Francis say and do with what you say we should do when it comes time to set the budget?

    Alt Logic: Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III as AG will uphold the safe operation of profiteers ability to collect on caging sick Americans into the for profit private Koch prison industrial complex.

    The U.S. Justice Department has reversed an order by the Obama administration to phase out the private prison industry.

    Trump Administration To Increase Marijuana Arrests And Grow Private Prison Industry
    Reuters reported that in a memo made public on Thursday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the Obama policy impaired the government’s ability to meet the future needs of the federal prison system.

    Supposedly differentiating between medical and recreational marijuana users, Spicer suggests they may differentiate between the 2 groups even though the federal law does not differentiate.

    Legalizing Marijuana Decreases Fatal Opiate Overdoses, Study Shows
    According to the American Academy of Pain Medicine, more than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. In an effort to relieve that constant pain, the number of opiate prescriptions has nearly doubled over the last decade.

    Over the past two decades, deaths from drug overdoses have become the leading cause of injury death in the United States. In 2011, 55 percent of drug overdose deaths were related to prescription medications; 75 percent of those deaths involved opiate painkillers. However, researchers found that opiate-related deaths decreased by approximately 33 percent in 13 states in the following six years after medical marijuana was legalized.

    Legal Marijuana Linked to Fewer Opioid Prescriptions

    Medical Marijuana Laws Reduce Prescription Medication Use In Medicare Part D
    Legalization of medical marijuana has been one of the most controversial areas of state policy change over the past twenty years. However, little is known about whether medical marijuana is being used clinically to any significant degree. Using data on all prescriptions filled by Medicare Part D enrollees from 2010 to 2013, we found that the use of prescription drugs for which marijuana could serve as a clinical alternative fell significantly, once a medical marijuana law was implemented. National overall reductions in Medicare program and enrollee spending when states implemented medical marijuana laws were estimated to be $165.2 million per year in 2013. The availability of medical marijuana has a significant effect on prescribing patterns and spending in Medicare Part D.

    Opioid Addiction Being Treated With Medical Marijuana in Massachusetts
    We have a statewide epidemic of opioid deaths,” said Dr. Gary Witman of Canna Care Docs, a network of facilities that qualifies patients into medical marijuana programs in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, MStudy: Opioid Use Decreases in States that Legalize Medical Marijuana aine, Connecticut, Delaware and the District of Columbia. “As soon as we can get people off opioids to a nonaddicting substance — and medicinal marijuana is nonaddicting — I think it would dramatically impact the amount of opioid deaths.”

    Study: Opioid Use Decreases in States that Legalize Medical Marijuana

    A short summary of Trotsky’s analysis of fascism
    Mark Dickman at Counterpunch

    Leon Trotsky’s analysis of National Socialism (or fascism) illustrates some current trends in Trumpian politics.

    Fascism is the product of capitalism in crisis. Needing the support of the state to preserve its profits, and faced with the choice between a liberal and a dictatorial regime, the capitalist class will sometimes choose the latter because it can better discipline the working class and its organizations. Nevertheless, the petty-bourgeoisie (i.e. middle class) is the regime’s social base.

    The petty-bourgeoisie is the chief victim of the crisis. It finds itself crushed between the capitalist class, whose monopolies destroy small business, and the working class, which it fears it may soon join. The liberal parties have failed to find a way out of the crisis, so this provides an opportunity for the parties of the left and the right. The petty-bourgeoisie tends to follow whichever of these demonstrates the bolder leadership. And, if the left fails to do so, the right provides scapegoats to blame for the crisis (e.g. competing nations, Jews, immigrants, etc.).

    The capitalist class uses the petty-bourgeoisie as a ‘battering ram’ against the working class and its organizations (after the fascists are elected, it abandons it). And the fascist party employs a dual strategy: first, it comes to power through elections; then it announces its dictatorship. Once in power, it outlaws leftwing parties, trade unions and the civil rights of all. The working class and its organizations are smashed.

    Recreational marijuana consumers and the shopkeepers who sell it risk being reduced to the status of scapegoats once more if they don’t fight back against state repressions, such as forfeiture, profiling, and other drug-war-justified government tyrannies. Trump & Company must be countered at every level, particularly by focusing on their avid supporters, white Christian nationalists such as Jefferson Beauregard Sessions.
    ~ Servetus

  • How Do You Have Freedom If You Don’t Have Healthcare?   1 day 19 hours ago

    Obamacare as it was constructed was a disaster and destined to fail from the onset. The states that were smart enough to opt out understood that the Federal support to those states that set up exchanges was going to end after a period of time and the entire burden would be shifted to the taxpayers of that state. The insurance companies that were promised subscribers of all ages were quick to discover that this was another failed government promise and their internal cost increases were passed on to the customer or the insurance company just quit selling in that state altogether.

    $12,000 deductibles before any insurance kicks in is becoming the norm. Get a life lefties, this thing stinks like a rotten fish and did nothing but increase paperwork, cause people to lose and be forced to replace their longtime doctor, closed clinics, and many doctors just quit their practice or went to concierge plans where they needed no paperwork and no insurance companies or government agencies need be involved.

    This is totally a Democrat party problem and to use Thom's words "look what a mess President Trump inherited".

    Bring on the Romneycare comments but be prepared to add the names of all the Republicans that voted for obamacare when the final vote was taken.

  • HOW BAD does it have to GET   1 day 19 hours ago
    Quote Coalage3:

    Soros has way more money than the Koch's. Bloomberg is no wuss when it comes to cash either. How about Tom Steyer and Fred Eychaner?

    Its just another myth that conservatives have "all the money".

    Do some research and post fact not fictional lies. Soros is number 19 on this list. Yes Bloomberg is super wealthy but he is an Independent and leans right. Steyer and Eychaner are way down the list. There is a lot of differences in the upper 1%. All have more than they can ever spend. All horde money keeping it out of circulation. A few like Buffet and Gates have pledge or started to give at least 50 % to charity. The vast majority on the list are Republican and heavily support Republican Politics. The Republican 1% expects a Return on Investment. The Democratic 1% is just the opposite and they are definitely in the minority on this list.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/chasewithorn/2016/10/04/forbes-400-the-full...

  • HOW BAD does it have to GET   1 day 19 hours ago

    Quote Coalage3 , your comment #38,"ZAP what happened to your post?" Coalage3 i don't know what post you're referring too.

    Quote Coalage3, what post are you referring to in comment 36, whatever it is i'll have to remove it. lol. Only joking my friend, anytime we can agree on anything , i think we've made progress. So thank you very much.

  • The Perennial GOP Tax Scam   1 day 19 hours ago

    That's exactly right. Democracy can't survive unless people have ready access to relevant information, which is both correct in detail and true in context. This was Thomas Jefferson's biggest worry throughout his life, and why the press is the only private industry singled out and given special protection in the Constitution.

    It is supremely ironic that, in this day and age of mass communication and advanced information technologies, where virtually everyone literally has the entire data base of human knowledge tucked in their pockets, it is so difficult to get at the simple truth of things and to make informed, intelligent decisions in the political arena that affect the lives of everyone.

    This new dark age is no accident. There are powerful forces that deliberately distort the truth to achieve self-serving goals, and there is a willing audience entertaining false narratives that seemingly lend support to agreeable religious and political ideologies and that assuage fear and insecurity. It is much easier to believe a comforting lie than to accept a hard truth.

    Ignorance is not necessarily stupidity; willful ignorance certainly is.

  • How Do You Have Freedom If You Don’t Have Healthcare?   1 day 20 hours ago

    When you are independently wealthy, you are free.

    Everyone else, well...

    Former Rep. Alan Grayson will be forever honored for adding this jewel to the Congressional record:

    Here's the Republican two-part plan for those who can't afford expensive healthcare insurance:

    1. Don't get sick.

    2. If you get sick, die quickly.

  • Daily Topics - Thursday February 23rd, 2017   1 day 20 hours ago

    According to this article published by the Huffington Post on 2/24/2017:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/montana-mail-in-ballots_us_58b0549de...

    Montana state Sen. Steve Fitzpatrick (R) recently introduced bill No. 305 to allow Montanans to cast mail-in ballots (greatly improving government savings and voter participation).

    Mail-in balloting is being fought by MT Repub party chair Jeff Essmann who sent Republicans an emergency email on Tuesday warning that making it easier to vote would benefit Democrats. Montana Secretary of State Corey Stapleton (R) agreed.
    Essmann said “This bill could be death of our effort to make Montana a reliably Republican state.”

    This is un-American and obstructionist. Jeff Essmann and Corey Stapleton are thwarting voters from any political party.

    The USA needs mail-in voting.

    From Oregon state Senator Jeff Merkley's website:
    "Oregon has one of the highest voter turnout rates in the country and that's in large part due to our vote-by-mail system. Enhancing absentee voting will assist countless Americans who don't vote because they can't make it to the ballot box."
    And from that same website, Oregon state Senator Ron Wyden:
    "costs are 30 percent less than elections using traditional polling places and virtually none of the fraud that critics predicted."

  • HOW BAD does it have to GET   1 day 21 hours ago
    Quote Coalage:

    Soros has way more money than the Koch's. Bloomberg is no wuss when it comes to cash either. How about Tom Steyer and Fred Eychaner?

    Its just another myth that conservatives have "all the money".

    There's a difference between "has way more money," and what the money is spent on. Bloomberg is a Republican, so I will ignore him. Soros donates mainly to social issues, IIRC, and I believe it's just to keep people fighting each other...and distracted from the theft of big finance....after all he's donated money to opposition parties in other countries. He knows he can get people fighting each other to further business interests.. Eychaner is an advocate for gay rights...and owns a chain of radio stations....his business is a product of deregulation.....donates to social issues, and I doubt would ever donate toward causes that are anti-big business. Steyer, IIRC is a hedge fund guy...and while his environmental focus is good....being a hedge funder and all, I doubt he would heavily donate toward anything anti-business.

    Conservative billionaire $$ goes to policies that increase profits, "Liberal" billionaire $$ goes to social issues. Conservative $$ pulls the GOP to the right, "Liberal" $$ goes to the Dem establishment, which is mainly social issues. Thus we go right, right, right....on economic issues. .....And I don't even mention Tech or Hollywood $$ which is also social issue only advocacy. It's no surprise how Dems have lost the working class.

  • How The EPA Will Change Under Pruitt   1 day 21 hours ago

    Legend:

    Nope, none will be built. The fossil fuel Industry and you washed up lefties will see to that. The fossil fuel industry is keenly aware of the limitations of solar and wind electricity generation. They know it doesn't have the capacity nor the production consistency to survive without the electrical grid. The fossil fuel folks want to be be the supplier of the electrical grid. They are also aware that nuclear is more than capable of meeting the growing electricity demands. There answer is to use the washed up lefties to protest nuclear and stop it at every opportunity. Check out any fossil fuel industry web site, you'll see something that is championing "green energy".

  • HOW BAD does it have to GET   1 day 22 hours ago

    Zap..what happened to your post?

  • Did Trump Win Because.....?   1 day 23 hours ago

    Actually, I think it was a combo of the 1st and 2nd reasons. The free TV and internet coverage was definitely a huge bonus (gee, thanks media), but I firmly believe there is more to the hacking than we're told. I believe that Russia (or someone) hacked into the voting system selecting specific locations and somehow either changes. When I was watching the votes come in, they just didn't make sense. On the east coast, too much coming in for Trump when many states should have been Hillary. Then in the mid-west, Trump started slowing down and Hillary improved. Of course we all know California is an easy win for a Dem. But it was like someone turned down the water to a trickle then eventually turned it off. So once the western states starting coming in, the hackers saw that Trump was doing well enough to win, so they stopped hacking the votes.

    If the votes were hacked, I wouldn't be surprised to see that knowledge is surpressed. Reason isn't b/c "they" want Trump to win but rather due to what would actually happen if it was revealed that the hackers changed the votes. Every Dem would be uproared as well as many Republicans. But it would cause our government to come to a complete halt, possible crumble in front of our eyes. Imagine, then, that every single person elected to Congress would need to be checked for voter fraud like this. The people would deman an entirely new system, hopefully paper ballots, From then on out, every citizen and politician alike would wonder if they actually won. We wouldn't be able to do anything else other than the voting system.

  • Should Twitter Ban Donald Trump?   1 day 23 hours ago

    As much as I would love to see Trump gone from Twitter that would be cencorship. If Trump starts threatening the life (lives) of a specific person or group. He's come close but no more than that.

  • How The EPA Will Change Under Pruitt   1 day 23 hours ago

    Ou812, Toshiba (who owns Westinghouse Nuclear) is about to go bankrupt over the cost overuns on the 4 reactors that it is building in GA and SC. Toshiba has all ready said that it will not be involved in buiding anymore nukes. Areva (the French Nuclear company that has a large presence in the USA) has all ready been bankrupted and reorganized with support from the French Government over 2 plants that it is building in France and Finland. Do you think companies are going to get in line to build more?

  • Deportations. How can Trump have it Both ways?   1 day 23 hours ago

    Trumokof policies are nothing more than a race to the bottom. What's going to happen when the american worker realizes they can no longer go to Walmart or where ever and buy whatever cheaper import of the product they NEED and they don't have enough in their pay check to cover the cost of home made because they're placing the cost of their labor against 24/7 a week machines and/or the world market cost of that same labor. What happens then?

    That's just a race to the bottom unless the workers WORLD WIDE unite, take control and make it clear who actually products what. Make it crystal clear from hence the riches come. These bastards having nothing without us workers.

  • HOW BAD does it have to GET   2 days 11 min ago

    al3, quote "Private money bankrolls conservative conventions all the time." al3 I totally agree with you,

    The rich have this century , come out of the shadows. Now powerful right wingers Americas traditional ruling class, openly use their money to push American politics to favor their will both politically and most imporantly financially. Liberal wealthy pay lip service and but hang on to their cash, its no contest. The Koch brothers publicly told the world, they were prepared to spend 1000 million dollars of their own money this last election cycle to buy the election results they wanted. Australian Rupert Murdoch moved to America, gave up his Aussie citizenship to create News Corp and Fox News. Bain Capital, co founded by Mitt Romney, bought up a thousand AM radio stations coast to coast and started pumping out right wing red neck radio 24/7. Corporate news which controls 90% of everything Americans ,see, hear or read daily give us half truths, lies of omission and outright miss lead and distort facts to tailor American and world views to the whims of the rich ruling class. Considering what I have just posted its amazing anyone votes Liberal. Not one rich Liberal democrat that I know of in America has put their money where their so called politics lay.

    To understand the psyche of of the right wings more serious monied players, you must understand where the wealth they now use politically to reshape America, orginally came from.

    "In 1925, Fred C. Koch joined MIT classmate Lewis E. Winkler at an engineering firm in Wichita, Kansas, which was renamed the Winkler-Koch Engineering Company. In 1927 they developed a more efficient thermal cracking process for turning crude oil into gasoline. This process threatened the competitive advantage of established oil companies, which sued for patent infringement. Temporarily forced out of business in the United States, they turned to other markets, including the Soviet Union, where Winkler-Koch built 15 cracking units between 1929 and 1932."

    Not satisfied with help built the Soviet Union,which over the years later threatened the US with nuclear annihilation, morally twisted Fred Koch stated in 1938 "Although nobody agrees with me, I am of the opinion that the only sound countries in the world are Germany, Italy, and Japan, simply because they are all working and working hard." Ironically these are the countries that joined together to start WW2, that killed 50 million people.

    In the late 1930's "Fred Koch joined forces with a genuine Nazi sympathizer from the U.S. to build a refinery personally approved by Adolf Hitler himself, one of the three largest refineries in the Third Reich, which was used to create fuels for Hitler's deadly attacks on peaceful nations."

    Rupert Murdoch has tried to hide much of his past, he feared it would perhaps create an obstacle to further advancement. “Rupert’s father Sir Keith Murdoch attained his prominent position in Australian society through a fortuitous marriage to the daughter of a wealthy Jewish family, née Elisabeth Joy Greene. Through his wife’s connections, Keith Murdoch was subsequently promoted from reporter to chairman of the British-owned newspaper where he worked. There was enough money to buy himself a knighthood of the British realm, two newspapers in Adelaide, South Australia, and a radio station in a faraway mining town,” Candour wrote in 1984. The reason i mention Murdoch Jewishness, "Sharon and Murdoch are old friends. While Murdoch may have “tried to hide” his Jewish roots, he has been quite forthright about his support for extreme right-wing Zionists, such as Benjamin Netanyahu and Ariel Sharon. Murdoch belongs to, and has been honored by, a number of leading Zionist organizations ,which include the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the United Jewish Appeal (UJA), and the New York-based Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust.On Oct. 15, 1982, a month after the massacres of thousands of Palestinian refugees in the Sabra and Shatila camps of Beirut, war crimes which occurred under Sharon’s direct command, the Israeli defense minister held meetings with Rupert Murdoch and others, reportedly in order to advance his “West Bank real estate grab.” These are just two of the prominent right wing forces in play today in reshaping America.

    http://www.prwatch.org/news/2016/01/13014/koch-daddy-and-nazis-revealing...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koch_Industries

    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2011/07/16/murdochs-deeply-hidden-jewish-ro...

  • Obama OR Trump. We NEED a Revolution.   2 days 11 min ago

    What to do? Nothing? Watch another movie? Sure, that sort of response might have given Martin Luther King another year or two. And the White Rose Society...? Surely those folks ought to have gone to the movies instead. But there comes a time when the stench from the ovens...or does it? Maybe that time never comes in the land of the free and the home of the brave. That stench is wafting in from across the waves.

    Split up the country, create four small nations out of one. The four could throw drones at one another, it would be lots cheaper, more entertaining, save the price of movie tickets. Imagine, too, four Trumps for the price of one.

    Well, I sort of listened to Donald's speech to the choir this morning as I was on the treadmill. Adolph would have been proud. The applause was heartening, no?

    Adolf said:

    What luck for the rulers that men don't think.

    Success is the sole earthly judge of right and wrong.

    Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer. [One people, one empire, one leader]

    I also read an essay this morning:

    http://www.tomdispatch.com/post/176246/tomgram%3A_andrew_bacevich%2C_at_the_altar_of_american_greatness/#more Angst in the Church of America the Redeemer David Brooks on Making America Great Again By Andrew J. Bacevich

  • People Who Oppose Trump Are Revolting Against God   2 days 56 min ago

    reply #2

    The god I know doesn't need no cash mister.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2Ao9ftEm30

  • Time To Start Treating Guns Like Abortions   2 days 57 min ago

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  • HOW BAD does it have to GET   2 days 1 hour ago

    Zap...you finally said something sensible. Congratualation....your last sentence is spot on.

  • HOW BAD does it have to GET   2 days 1 hour ago

    Soros has way more money than the Koch's. Bloomberg is no wuss when it comes to cash either. How about Tom Steyer and Fred Eychaner?

    Its just another myth that conservatives have "all the money".

How Do You Have Freedom If You Don’t Have Healthcare?

Unless it's replaced with something better - like single-payer - repealing Obamacare will make life miserable for millions of Americans.