Starting 25 minutes into the third hour on Monday (I think) with the history from Truman to present, complete with the Nixon video, would make an excellent 5 minute documenatry. It was just about perfect.
I wish I had recorded it, but unfortunately I was listening to a replay at 3:25 AM (CST) on an iPod.
Greetings Tom,much love,wanting to inspire u to include progressive shakers,for organizing against Monsanto, nuclear, ,working groups who are doing the work and need our support.I and others do know what is going on with the right and dont want to hear about it ev eryday.They have taken us and divided us for too long.Your coverage of the sitution with them everyday is really hard on all of us.I give u permission to change it up and give the activists time to cordinate thier much needed support.Nuclear,Monsanto and other concerns are more than lacking with ur ability of bringing p
Complaining that the union benefit packages are unsustainable. Robbing the union workers of their paychecks. Leo, get your boys organized. Go west young man.
A double whammy on the income and benefits of middle-class workers, without collective bargaining negotiations, a massive public service layoff bite, tax breaks for privateers who have frozen commerce and accounting deception to "balance" the budget; all boasted as recommending Scott Walker. [?] What promise does retrogressive ardor of the political right-wing offer to the anxious, exactly, I wonder ?
Crafters & Artists! Take cheer: We can contribute a lot to overturn "Citizens United" and help reelect Pres. Obama
How many times have we heard Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) remind listeners during Thom’s “Brunch with Bernie” on Friday afternoons that “… despair is not an option”? It’s a call to “chin up.” We can’t afford false luxuries of defeatist draughts imbibed in any pity parties.
Madison, WI: HighPoint Christian Evangelical Mega Church doing “God’s work” hosting voting place for Walker Recall election.
I'm Gay gosh darn it and JESUS LOVES ME!! SO THERE
As a person that has been arrested for the Occupy movement five times including for the first Turk Street building occupation, lived typically five days a week at the OccupySF encampment before it was destroyed by the police, wrote some ten articles for the OccupySF website, and has been one of the strongest supporters of the revival of the 24 hour encampment, I want to clarify some of the misconceptions posted by the blogger Nimblecivet regarding the OccupySF division. Normally Nimblecivet's writing is well-researched, educational, and insightful, but he got this one wrong. In
Evicted because the land was owned by the former head of the Pennsylvania Dept of Environmental Resources and the State passed ALEC’s legislation that, amongst other things, implemented a ban on Medical and Scientific professionals sitting on State Boards.