March 2016


When all your media is owned and controlled by the very small group of rich people, who feel through their wealth and divinity of position they are the chosen few, the governing elite, they will be dead set at enriching themselves to maintain that power at all cost ,therefore you're definitely not going to get the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth from your media.

Trump vs. Bernie: A Revolution Coalescing Before Our Eyes.

Donald Trump. Say what you want about him (and there is a lot to be said that has suddenly become rather frightening), but lets be honest about him; he's no dummy. As much as I loathe to paraphrase Marco Rubio, The Don knows exactly what he is doing. Trump is a master showman and a gifted demagogue, and he is ... HE IS... starting a revolution. His revolution, however, is designed to foment hate and discord. And now he has dragged Bernie Sanders onto the stage of his chaotic and havoc inciting production.

The Party of the Roaches, Rats and Stink Bugs

Just like the kid who has cookie crumbs still clinging to his lips, and swearing that he didn't gobble up the cookies, the establishment wannabe nominees are all lamenting what has happened to the Republican Party.

The Trump Idiocracy

The 2006 movie "Idiocracy" depicts a "dystopian society where advertising, commercialism, and cultural anti-intellectualism have run rampant and that is devoid of intellectual curiosity, social responsibility, and coherent notions of justice and human rights" (wikipedia)

African American Ben Carson endorses racist Donald Trump of KKK infamy.

I thought the Establishment$ Media wanted us to hate trump because he was a racist?

Donald Trump is pushing for a race war

This man, this evil evil man, has divided and racially balkanized our nation more than any other man in human history. When you start speaking in the use of force and violent rhetoric you will get the use of force and violence. The fact that the guy who lead the birther movement to President Obama in 2011 is the presumptive nominee should tell you just how fucking racist the GOP has become and how much backlash there is to a black man being president on the United States.

Weaknesses in Sanders Campaign

Sanders harps again and again on the big money Hilary has gotten from Goldmann Sachs for a speech. However, there are more important issues at stake.

1. Does Clinton support reinstating and strenghtening a new Glass -- Steagall act, Sanders should ask her to support this and also support splitting up the large banks. John Reed former chief executive of Citigroup even thinks the the Glass Steagall repeal did not make the banks more efficient or profitable.


What's happening in the US, I'm terrified will sooner or later spread to Canada. Honestly that scares the hell out of me. I'm terrified we will become you.

In the United Kingdom , traditionally a left leaning socialist society, the right wing Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron, is in the process of gutting the single payer National Health care service, available to all citizens of the UK at no charge. A health care system that has worked wonderfully, fairly and effectively and has been in service since the end of the second world war.

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The Washington Post Reveals Cracks in Healthcare

Thom plus logo The sales pitch by so-called "moderate Democrats" and Republicans who take money from the insurance companies is that people "don't want to get kicked off their existing employer-provided health insurance plans." But workers don't make the choice of plans, their employers do.