Now we're talking. What does the socialist senator Sanders from Vermont say about this?
Ever since the CIA was started it has been a political football. The worst games ever were during Bush II when Cheney, and his shills, went over there to "straighten things out." They ended up "straightening out" those who warned us in advance of 9/11.
In a not surprising to me bitter defeat, like caviar in the jaws of lawyers, Yoshannah Scrigna slid into the gullet of the old split off the real estate from the bankruptcy caper, losing a claim to a Dodger trademark while being ordered to dissolve his New York entity. Frank McCourt retains billions in vestiges of former Penn Central bankruptcy real estate, and LA Dodgers new owners, which were the former owners, and original owners of the Dodgers since 1958, have hoodwinked the public in a most unsportsmanlike play.
End the Health Insurance industries legal monopoly and enact universal healthcare without charging the Taxpayers for all the luxury consumption by today’s and tomorrow’s Health Insurance Industry.
The GOP War On Women has got out of hand. Women has to vote these Republicans out, that wants to have say over women's health!
The GOP wants to bring their religion in and play god by judging people on who they can marry! Not all religions believe the same or have the same laws of their religion, some has none. It is not right for GOP to force their religions on other people! Even in the bible it says 'Judge not!'
Not who'd you think.
It is often said that all religions have the same basic elements, but this is misleading. While it may reasonably be said of the Abrahamic religions, Christianity, Islam, and Judaism, which all spring from the same root, there are striking differences in the case of Buddhism, Hinduism, Confucianism, and animism. For example, we think of faith as a universal definer of religion. Yet animism was not based in faith. What we would call their beliefs, for them were as real as the rocks and the trees, not a matter of belief in something they could not see.
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The 99 Percent - A Film About The Struggle For Economic Justice- "culturally and sociologically important"
- A British film historian comments about the99percentmovie:
This is an amazing short-film, a major cinematic achievement. Congratulations to all who made it happen. I’m an independent filmmaker and film historian in Britain, working both in academia and in the industry.