Daily Topics - Tuesday February 16th, 2016

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Hour One: Watch Workers' Outrage As Jobs Shipped Overseas - Curtis Ellis, Obamatrade/American Jobs Alliance

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Lord Dragon's picture
Lord Dragon 8 years 23 weeks ago
#1

Putting Homeless people in foreclosed housing and eventually "selling" the houses to them might help to end homelessness.

Lord Dragon's picture
Lord Dragon 8 years 23 weeks ago
#2

Whether Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders wins in November they should commit to naming Barack Obama to the next available Supreme Court vacancy.

GleninOhio's picture
GleninOhio 8 years 23 weeks ago
#3

Consider the possibilities of President Obama appointing a Harvard constituional law profeesor to the Supreme Court (himself). He certainly is qualified. The Rebublicans want him out of the White House and Joe Biden gets at least a short term as President.

DFMM's picture
DFMM 8 years 23 weeks ago
#4

Republicans had their turn with SCOTUS.

Republicans are complaining about a lifetime Obama appointee on the Supreme Court. That's the way it works, we endured nearly 30 years of Scalia law; the Republicans had their turn. To the Republicans we need to say what Scalia said about Bush v. Gore; "get over it!!!"

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