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"Has Anybody Voted on This?"

[Blyth on €5 trillion worth of ECB QE to prop up EU banks.] Read more about "Has Anybody Voted on This?"

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Democratic party vacuum

Under Obama the Democratic party has lost its majorities in the House, Senate, Governors, and state legislatures. That opens up a lot of opportunities for the left wing of the Democratic party, and for emergent parties with an eye to the main chance. Bernie is right, it won't matter who is in the White House if we do not have a mass movement, which will include, amongst other things, hundreds of new lefty elected officials. Read more about Democratic party vacuum

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Constructing straw Bernie

The Washington Post

Heather Boushey, a liberal economist who has discussed policy informally with Clinton, and who runs the Washington Center for Equitable Growth think tank, argues that it is not politically wise to play down the need for economic growth.

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Did teachers really endorse Hillary Clinton

Teachers Say No Freaking Way to AFT Endorsement of Hillary Clinton

Even though AFT's press release explained the process of how members were polled, including several town hall meetings, multiple surveys and a "you decide" website, the announcement of the endorsement erupted a firestorm of outrage from AFT teacher members nationwide on twitter.

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The financial coup


Step one, make a huge loan that has no possibility to be repaid.

Step two, when your victim can't repay demand the state, federal, EU, IMF, or whatever entity applies bail you out, but call it a bail out of Detroit, Greece, or whatever applies.

Step three, game the bailout authority into collecting its money by insisting on draconian measures.

Step four, snap up assets at fire sale prices as jurisdiction is forced to sell everything to make debt payments.

Lather, rinse, repeat. Read more about The financial coup

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Planning the attack on Ft. Sumter

100s Of Civilians Plan To Monitor Possible Military Takeover Of Texas

This just part of a long effort by the extreme right to delegitimize the federal government. At the same time, remember what Dave Johnson teaches us, you can always tell what conservatives are up to by watching what they accuse liberals are doing. This is very dangerous and needs to be taken seriously. Read more about Planning the attack on Ft. Sumter

In the garden: Bright, candy-like colors

I had no idea when they said "wildflowers" they meant wild like this. Read more about In the garden: Bright, candy-like colors

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Shorter Scott Walker: all your weekends belong to the Koch brothers


Charles Pierce

Meanwhile, Scott Walker, the goggle-eyed homunculus hired by Koch Industries to manage their midwest subsidiary formerly known as the state of Wisconsin, is preparing to announce his candidacy for president next week by signing a Superfund site of a state budget that includes a provision that—and I am not kidding here—does away with the concept of the weekend.

Also a nice crack at Jeb! Read more about Shorter Scott Walker: all your weekends belong to the Koch brothers

In the garden: Moar poppies!

Now pink, as well as red, besides orange. (I am sure, since it's that time of year, I'm going to take many more photos of poppies than normal people would, but they're very beautiful, and also challenging.)

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Clinton derangement syndrome

Clinton derangment symdrom, the anti-Clinton hatred that has reduced so much of our public discourse to the most appalling lies, is back for the 2016 election.

How Politico became a GOP stooge: Republicans want to destroy Hillary Clinton—and the media is helping them out: Read more about Clinton derangement syndrome


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