Washington Post, November 11, 2014, by Robert Costa
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has spent months fishing for a strategist to guide his potential 2016 presidential campaign.
On Monday, he hooked a big one: Tad Devine, one of the Democratic Party's leading consultants and a former high-level campaign aide to Al Gore, John Kerry, and Michael Dukakis.
Ban Canadian Crude from US Refineries.
Thom/FSTV I don't know how or why your show was moved to it's present hours, but you eliminated two thirds of the electorate, as with your present hours, they who work for a living never ever see your show. Besides, being a Navy retired Farmer, it interferes with my daytime operations and with you, Steffanie Miller and Bill Press, I am turned into a 7 or 8 hour couch potatoe. I find it hard to get on my tractor at times due to my indolence. Solution for the health of our nation: Over the weekends, run reruns of all of those shows
Today, (like every day) is a good day to thank the soldiers that have served our country, who give and have given the ultimate sacrifice. They should be thanked not only in word but in deed too. If they are to fight for a cause, that cause better be correct. Because WE are responsible for our government and its officials, WE are responsible for our soldiers. They deserve our love, our care and our honesty!
They deserve the truth.
photo by Wayne Marchyshyn
Obamacare Architect: Lack of Transparency Was Key Because ‘Stupidity Of The American Voter’ Would Have Killed Obamacare
The title says it all.
Isn't this precisely why we demanded reform?!?!?
And there are many people who can't afford Obamacare EVEN WITH THE SUBSIDY
Obama’s Wheeler at FCC to get mega-bonus$$$ for killing net neutrality for Comcast’s mega-merger with Time Warner Cable.
True or false?
Republicans expects to find a “willing partner” in Obama for a conservative agenda (like sealing the Trans Pacific Partnership.)
This from Roots Action:
This from Oil Change International:
Big Oil’s attack dog slipped up -- he got himself recorded while talking candidly to a bunch of fossil fuel industry executives.
I would love to see a full-fledged, long-term (permanent) marketing campaign by DNC, or some progressive group, which puts the message out there that "Liberal is good". It doesn't have to be tied to the Democratic Party; it can be a generic "liberal is good" image message. I remember a few years ago when liberals would hesitate to claim the label (that's when "Progressive" became an alternative term). Well, let's flip the image.