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  • Trump's Lies Are Killing Us   2 days 5 hours ago

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  • Ronald Reagan launched an attack on the middle class. We must reverse it to save our democracy   2 days 22 hours ago

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  • Trump's Lies Are Killing Us   3 days 4 hours ago

    Thom: Trump appears to be killing progressives, the rest of the population is enjoying his banter.

  • Is Trump's Call For Civil War Really a Call For a Race War?   3 days 9 hours ago


    Due process is not being followed. The process being followed by the Democrats has only been used one time. That time was the attempted impeachment of Andrew Jackson, which didn't work. You mentioned if he was innocent all those people would attempt to defend him, but you forgot to mention that this isn't permitted under the rules the Democrats have made. Under the normal rules of impeachment, the president would be allowed a lawyer. Other's would be allowed supeona powers. People are not Stupid. Sooner or later this Democrat hate fest will be viewed for what it is...the attempt to change the results of a legitimate election....Shame on the Democrats.

  • To Restore Democracy: First Abolish Corporate Personhood   3 days 10 hours ago

    Somewhat unintuitively, American corporations today enjoy many of the same rights as American citizens. Both, for instance, are entitled to the freedom of speech and the freedom of religion. How exactly did corporations come to be understood as “people” bestowed with the most fundamental constitutional rights? The answer can be found in a bizarre—even

    wallpaper perth—series of lawsuits over 130 years ago involving a lawyer who lied to the Supreme Court, an ethically challenged justice, and one of the most powerful corporations of the day.

  • Clinton: I'll defend Israel but push for 'two-state solution   3 days 11 hours ago

    This article is very instresting...

  • Is Trump's Call For Civil War Really a Call For a Race War?   4 days 2 hours ago

    He has plenty of attorneys. And he has admitted crimes in public. They are moving forward, but with him trying to stop the release of documents and preventing people from testifying - hardly the actions of an innocent man - it is going slower than it might. If he was innocent all these people would be testifying FOR him.

  • Here's What the Framers of the Constitution Had to Say About Impeachment   4 days 4 hours ago

    I see so many different opinions on different sites. It is very frustrating that many people absolutely do not understand what is happening.

  • Is Trump's Call For Civil War Really a Call For a Race War?   4 days 8 hours ago


  • Is Trump's Call For Civil War Really a Call For a Race War?   4 days 11 hours ago

    Your hatred of the President does not justify a one sided investigation. Everyone is allowed to have an attorney at the time of an arrest. A one sided investigation is not fair to the American people. The investigation is the time for both sides to present information. If there is reason to impeach then it's time to move forward. It's fair, and it's the way our systems is supposed to's better for 10 guilty to go free, than to wrongly convict an innocent man...William Blackstone.

  • Imagine this scenario.....   5 days 11 hours ago

    Impeachment proceedings would be the absolute worst thing the democratic party would want. Not only would it fail but it would also allow all the skeletons from the closet to be put out on full display. It would be an utter catastrophe for the democratic party as they would most certainly be exposed fully during the proceedings and investigations.

  • Here's what Republicans and billionaires really mean when they talk about 'freedom'   5 days 11 hours ago

    Cathy you are so very correct and this goes for both sides of the discussion. Extreme left or right policies will not work as the extreme views are far too polarizing for the vast majority of our society. The answers lay in the middle where both sides can see the mutual benefit without being forced out of their core values.

  • To Save 99% of Americans - We Have to Tax the Rich   5 days 12 hours ago
  • To Save 99% of Americans - We Have to Tax the Rich   5 days 12 hours ago

    It is time that the middle class gets rewarded in some way for carrying the brunt of the load for this country. I love our awesome country ours that we live in though <a href="">.</a>

  • Will America Allow the Slaughtering of the Kurds for Profit?   6 days 3 hours ago

    Elections have consequences...

    How severely have Americans been gaslighted when virtually all the headlines of import in the daily news cycle monotonously and inadequately express the near-total chaos, both domestically and internationally, of Trump's fake presidency? His goofy-looking, sleep-deprived white bags bulging out under paranoid eyes glaring at us --his angry, unhealthy orange visage topped with a crop of clown hair, spewing hate and fear and idiocy -- is routinely plastered everywhere as if it's a normal thing, like a morning cup of coffee. Just how crazy has he made the rest of us?

    From the climate crisis and environmental degradation to military and nuclear proliferation (by far, two of society's greatest concerns); to the rise of dictators; to breaking treaties; to Middle East conflicts; to betraying the Kurds; to trade wars; to unfettered greed and its accompanying wealth disparity; to immigration; to racism; to religious bigotry; to sexism; to war-ravaged veterans trying to survive on the streets; to poverty; to addiction; to crime; to the militarization of our civilian police forces; to racist cops; to education; to science; to healthcare; to families; to workplace issues and unfair compensation; to dwindling retirement prospects -- basically, to the systematic destruction of the institutions of our once-respected democracy and its negative impact on our allies in the so-called "free world" -- which of these existential struggles have not been made worse by Trump's own words and actions and those of his enablers?

    And for what -- to further enrich the fabulously rich as the world burns?

    That Trump is one of the most corrupt autocrats on the planet is plain to all except his fascist cult of devoted followers who hang on his every word -- empty words that are flat-out lies, both big and small. He even lies about the weather.

    The flush-faced crowds of blind faithful who populate his Nuremberg Rally-style propaganda fests are too far gone to see the simple truth of this sick individual screaming down at them, someone who belongs in a mental institution rather than on a podium or, if true justice should be served, isolated in the mental ward of a prison. Certainly, he does not belong in the White House!

    But, naturally, any resistance to Trump's utter venality must be some elaborate, hard-to-follow plot, a "hoax and witchhunt" by all those wicked unbelievers who have not prostrated themselves before the Almighty Trump with his "great and unmatched wisdom." Evil Democrats are defying God's Will by destroying Christianity's Great White Savior, never mind Jesus. Is it any wonder why throngs of young people are not joining this flock of fools?

    Perhaps, in this modern dark age, it's time for the real Christians among us to revisit the deeper meaning of those conveniently overlooked passages, "...many false prophets are gone out into the world" and "Ye cannot serve God and mammon." And then vote accordingly while we still have a somewhat functioning democracy of, by, and for the People.

    The world is truly on the cusp. Your move.

  • Who rejected United States-North Korea peace talks?   6 days 12 hours ago

    How far does all this conflict of interest go? Hopefully everything will be fine and end in Peace, Peace!

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  • Is Trump's Call For Civil War Really a Call For a Race War?   6 days 12 hours ago

    This is the investigation stage, Trump will get his chance to question witnesses at the trial stage, which is in the Senate.

    During some investigations, and occasionally some trials, if witnesses are felt to be at risk of intimidation or harm by the accused or his followers, their identity is kept hidden. Sadly, that would appear to be justified in this case.

    Hopefully there will be so much corroborative evidence that the identity of the original whistelblower will become uniimportant

    In any case, I would not be surprised if Trump already knew it.

  • Is Trump's Call For Civil War Really a Call For a Race War?   1 week 2 hours ago
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  • Is America Ready for a Lawless President?   1 week 4 hours ago

    "... regicide ... suicide bombers ..."

    Tch, tch -- such violent imagery conjured up by another repugnant perp of Fux News.

    Joe diGenova is a priggish, B-rated Washington DC lawyer and professional gadfly, who -- along with his prissy wife and partner in the betrayal of our Constitution, Victoria Toensing, and the bug-eyed crazy man and master of whisperers, Rudy Guiliani -- is working off the books on some weird civilian version of a black-op mission, no doubt on the taxpayers' dime, flying around the world and lying on behalf of We the People as a rogue thug for usurper King Joffrey, the perpetually angry and aggrieved man-boy ruler of fascists and racists in the dystopian fiefdom of Meerkkka, who seeks to subvert our democratic process by corrupting foreign governments and their leaders for personal profit and political advantage -- the very corruption of which he continuously and falsely accuses his Democratic rivals (classic projection).

    Or, to reduce a long sentence to three words: greedy, lying hypocrites!

    Okay then, as a dire warning to future generations, let's go with the all-too-common violent imagery of the radical right's all-too-common Joe Shmoe -- the Mad King should be killed! Yes! Slowly, painfully, burned forever into memory!

    Figuratively speaking.

    Of course, said "regicide" would not be achieved with poisoned wine, a sword through the heart, or dragon-fire but with the only lawful remedy left to us according to the Mueller report and the Constitution: impeachment.

    Whereas said "regicide by another name" is a good thing; for, our republic/democracy ("if we can keep it") does not allow for an unaccountable monarch who is above the law know, "by another name."

    Whereas said whistleblowers -- "nonentities and suicide bombers unleashed" -- are the kingslayers and heroes of this uniquely American tragicomedy.

  • Tuesday 8 October '19 show notes   1 week 7 hours ago

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    What's New York Times article title today about whether House of Reps can send to prison the subpoena-refusing current Trump-conspirators? Thanks so much for all every day!!

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  • Why is Trump Allowing Our Allies to Be Slaughtered?   1 week 1 day ago

    Yeah? When did you become such a traitor?

    Were you ever in the military? You don't leave your buddies in the field to die! You don't betray your most staunch ally so that their enemy can kill them!

    Besides, who started these endless Middle East wars in the first place? Who opened the gates of hell?

    But in a hot war, regardless of the politics back home, you don't leave a buddy to die, you don't stab a friend in the back, and you certainly don't abandon a strategic position without consulting everyone involved, especially your own military intelligence, for godsakes!

    But this is Trump, who doesn't understand any of that.

    A real U.S. Commander in Chief would never make such an impulsive strategic blunder or engage in such horrendous treachery, just to appease an angry autocrat (albeit ally) after being browbeaten on a phone call.

    And you still defend this weak-minded fool, who wet his pants when the big bad tyrant showed the whiny little boy how to wield actual power?

  • Why is Trump Allowing Our Allies to Be Slaughtered?   1 week 2 days ago

    Thom, I have heard you rant on for years about our presence in the Middle East. One of Trump's promises was to remove us from that quagmire. When did you become such a war monger?

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