Thank you, Papantonio, for calling out HRC for being Status Quo! We don't need to vote the same old, same old corporate politician in office. I noticed Thom didn't stop you or cut you off for telling the truth about Clinton being a corporatist! But he does with listeners on his program!
WI: Hillary plays the future Supreme Court nominee card (as if the justices matter anymore after the TPP’s Tribunal starts dictating laws the high court couldn’t even begin to dream about challenging.)
wake up folks.
What's to stop china from creating an australian corporation - whose majority shareholder is, say, the chinese red army - that then opens up a series of American factories after they get the EPA air, water, and other pollution laws waived under the TPP?
Letter to my Congress Representative about his Superdelegate Vote.
BBC, March 31, 2016
AN UNARMED MAN WAS SHOT & KILLED BY A POLICE OFFICER IN ARIZONA AS HE BEGGED FOR HIS LIFE, ACCORDING TO NEWLY RELEASED REPORTS
Daniel Shaver of Texas was killed in January after police came to his hotel room responding to reports of a man pointing a rifle out a window.
"Please don't shoot me," Shaver cried before Officer Philip Brailsford shot him five times.
Mr. Brailsford was charged with second-degree murder. He was also fired from his job at the Mesa, Arizona Police Department.
If a 15 year old girl pregnant from a rape must face the death penalty for having an abortion shouldn't men at least get jail time for masturbating?
During a taping of an MSNBC town hall in Wisconsin, Trump was pressed repeatedly by host Chris Matthews if he thinks there should be "some form of punishment" if abortion were banned and Trump finally said: "For the woman? ... Yeah."
"The corporate media doesn't really care about covering real issues that impact the public - like climate change or net neutrality - let alone covering those issues honestly or objectively." - Thom Hartmann
Legal experts say oil companies could face billions of dollars in liabilities. (Hopefully stiff jail terms will follow).
Some of the world's largest oil firms face a high-powered U.S. legal effort to investigate them for long knowing, and hiding, the link between burning fossil fuels and destructive climate change.
If the oil giants lose, their total liabilities could run into the billions or even trillions of dollars, according to some legal experts, and Canadian energy firms may not be immune.