As I sit here on the eve of my 66th birthday, I feel the fire of the '68 convention! On the heels of the failed tRumpcare proposal, these feckless R's will be out for blood to get even. All the Real American Democratic Progressive Patriots must end the ACA celebration and tighten their bootstraps for the next round.
Listening to Anything Goes Friday & struck when topic of military spending broached. Knowing soldiers are expendibly used and blatancy of recent aggressive activity by military complex, is it not written in our Constitution that it is the rightful duty of military branches to rise against the Administration and reclaim our Nation under the leadership of those military generals in charge?
This morning Connecticut Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro nailed the GOP in the most direct and blunt way since the days when Alan Grayson, formerly a Congressman from Florida who famously bellowed out that the GOP's mantra was "Die, just go ahead and die." Well, pretty close, I'm running off the seat of seven years worth of stored memory and at the tender young age of 65, there's not much room left no thanks to all the hogwash the GOP has given us to store thanks to their Seven Years War against the poor, elderly, disabled, women, infants and children.
Please clarify: My understanding is that the fiduciary rule is a regulation issueing from the Labor department, and not a part of the Dodd Frank act. This makes your promotion invoking Dodd Frank and the fiduciary rule, saying that the fiduciary rule is being attacked by the intended roll back of Dodd Frank appear misleading.
I have admired and listened to Thom for almost two decades and it is a pleasure to help support his dedicated and tireless effort to save this Democracy.
Right now it seems that there is more than ample evidence to suggest that Trump is clinically insane and that his fascist acolytes want to destroy this Democracy in order to achieve their wet dream of oligarchy.
A Montreal mosque is facing a police complaint and rebukes from the larger Muslim community after a video of an imam delivering a sermon in which he asks for Jews to be killed surfaced online.
The sermon took place at the Dar Al-Arqam Mosque in the city's Saint-Michel neighbourhood on Dec. 23, 2016.
The video was posted to the mosque's YouTube channel three days later. The imam in the video is Jordanian cleric Sheikh Muhammad bin Musa Al Nasr — he was reportedly an invited guest of the mosque.
He comes across as too affable—to the point of seeming contrived and disingenuous. He didn’t get to where he is today by being a true non-partisan nice guy inside. He also knew that keeping many of his opinions to himself was the expedient way to assure future options. But he has left some bread crumbs for us to examine in some of his rulings so far.
It seems to me that the major unasked question is "Why does the Republican Party and the Alt-Right hate most Americans so fervently?" Everything they do is aimed at making the super rich richer at the expense of average citizens. Why is this so? What do they hope to gain? Who is going to buy the products of the giant corporations if we are all third world earners?
Apropos to the GOP's attack on both climate change and the National Endowment for the Arts, I suggest you check out this PBS webpage from last year...
This would make a great learning activity to bridge science and art curricula.
why didn't Obama veto Mark Rubios destruction of the Risk Corridors?