US Domestic Politics

Discussion of US politics and their world impact.

To good to be true and to bad to be false? TPP

I am conflicted. I voted for Obama, I thought he wanted unions and, better healthcare and, in the end, I think he still does. However, I'm not sure how I feel about the TPP. I obviously know it sucks. But, what if there is something else here... I have been researching a lot about politics. It's becoming quite obsessive. I felt really betrayed by the TPP, I couldn't accept it. Now, I have a few new theories. I still don't believe Obama is that evil. First, do you guys think this is Obama's strategy to begin a new revolution? Is this fuel to fire the revolution?

First US IKEA store votes to join union


Thw warehouseworkers at the IKEA Stoughton store voted to join the UFCW in the face of tremendous opposition today.

Please show your support.

Netanyahu wants $5 billion in Return for Exported “Skunk Water” and Militarized Police To US

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants $2 billion more in military aid from the US in addition to the $3 billion he already gets, but what does the American people get in return from Israel?

[quote] Police departments in the United States are reported to have bought a foul-smelling liquid developed in Israel to repel protesters. What is "skunk" and how is it used, asks Yolande Knell.

Is SCOTUS Fan Of Kafka?

Big Brother Is Alive and Well In Southern Cal

It's reassuring the police don't let the law stand in their way of getting their man.

Justice officials fear nation's biggest wiretap operation may not be legal

Petition to enact the National Economic Security and Reformation Act

The National Economic Security and Reformation Act forgives All Credit card, Auto, Personal, Educational, Mortgage Loan Debt, abolishes the IRS, ends tax collections.

As an extension of what changes the petition says NESARA implements,
below is a more comprehensive list:

Upheaval at University of Missouri

There are numerous news stories out about this. Here is a very brief synopsis (with a point of view) as printed in the American Conservative;

Audit The Fed Now S.2232


Recent Pink Slips.....

This was an article that was sad to read. I had to share it.

Was Class Warfare Built Into The Constitution Giving The Rich A Veto?

During the secret debates over the drafting of the Constitution Madison said the following...

Brunch With Bernie needs to come back

My first introduction to Bernie Sanders, a few years ago, was through Thom Hartmann's "Brunch with Bernie" segment on Fridays. It amazed me the candor the man had, and his forthrightness on answering questions from even the most teabaggery caller. He would leave each call with him and the caller agreeing on at least one point. Even running for mayor, he got the support of a not-insignificant portion of republican voters. This is something that is very rare in society, not to mention among sitting or former politicians.

'I disagree with Hillary Clinton on virtually everything' Bernie Sanders

How can anyone possibly support both candidates? The logic defies me other than the pure hatred of anything that is not of the democratic party.

The PEOPLE Win . . . Obama REJECTS the Keystone Pipeline!!

The PEOPLE win!! The PEOPLE win!!

Thank you President Obama! And THANK YOU Bill McKibben and!!

Today we CELEBRATE! Tomorrow, we get back to work. Remember, this decision by the President probably gives the Energy Industry the power to SUE the U.S. under the "investor dispute tribunals" set up by the TPP!!

BREAKING NEWS! President Obama REJECTS the Keystone XL!

I don't know about you but I have been involved right from the start protesting this pipeline for YEARS now. I spent countless hours reading the environmental reports and that's how I came to my decision that this pipeline was bad for our country. I signed petitions, posted on this board and others about the issues and educated people around me. You can bet I am doing a HAPPY DANCE right now! If you are interested, watch the video of the announcement at the link below.

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One Iowa Caucus Delegate Comes Down To Coin Toss

The Iowa caucus convener flipped a coin. Bernie Sanders supporters called "heads" and it landed on tails.

Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton by 31 points in N.H.: Poll

Sanders was at 61 percent support in the University of Massachusetts Lowell/7News poll, followed by Mrs. Clinton, at 30 percent

Martin O'Malley suspends presidential campaign after Iowa caucuses

The announcement came after O'Malley barely registered in Iowa against his better-known rivals Clinton and Sanders, failing to meet already low expectations

If You Want to Win, Go Progressive

The big question right now is whether to call Hillary Clinton a progressive, or a "moderate."

And then there's the question of who is more electable in a general election: an unabashedly progressive democrat, like Bernie Sanders; or a "centrist" democrat, like Hillary Clinton.

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