War loving Democrats and Republicans pushing for bombing Syria, while Trump goes full stupid on Syria and nutjob Bolton starts his new gig
War loving Democrats and Republicans pushing for bombing Syria:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=438&v=cSGf2ZpDENU Read more about War loving Democrats and Republicans pushing for bombing Syria, while Trump goes full stupid on Syria and nutjob Bolton starts his new gig
UPDATED: Dr. Terry Wahls' protocol, which she used to greatly reverse her own MS, could help Hillary if she has Parkinson's Disease
I've recently learned about the dramatic, positive results obtained by both Dr. Terry Wahls, as well as Dr. Steven Gundry. Their dietary recommendations, which I'll characterize as "ancestral/paleo", are rather similar. In Wahls' case, though, her protocol is optimized for fighting against neuro-degenerative diseases, like the one she has. (Hence, e.g., a bigger emphasis on sulphur containing vegetables.) Read more about UPDATED: Dr. Terry Wahls' protocol, which she used to greatly reverse her own MS, could help Hillary if she has Parkinson's Disease
From an interview that Ralph Nader gave David Feldman over a year ago:
"the more you know about this (TPP), the more you realize why I call this economic treason, and I mean it clinically"
Read more about Ralph Nader calls TPP "economic treason", but will he challenge Obama to a debate on that charge?
A comment at ShadowProof.com diary THE ‘POLITICAL REVOLUTION’ HAS OPPORTUNITY TO WIELD POWER—WITH OR WITHOUT SANDERS expressed things, well: Read more about Bernie Sanders' Followers Looking To Move On
[I was forced to waste my time editing and commenting on the post below, including the headline. metamars, you have already been warned to not bring right-wing tropes in your critiques of Clinton. This is your last warning.] Read more about Presumptive Nominee Clinton is a Warhawk; and why Sanders needs to keep fighting.
I just posted an extensive comment, as @votersrevenge7, at the Computer World article Newspaper IT employees 'angry as hell' over foreign workers I think it stands on it's own, OK, so I'll just copy and past it, here.
===================================================================== Read more about Citizenship for $Sale$, an easily predictable consequence of TPP
Ralph Nader's Huge "Breaking Through Power" Event/Program - Sounds Almost Great on Paper, But My Warning
(Nader interviewed by Thom Harmann on this subject, here)
(cross posted at the reddit group SandersForPresident)
This is what democracy looks like, when you get high school kids riled up. Link to story. Read more about How Sanders Supporters can Up Their Game (or, Why Sanders Lost NY)
I don't think there's any transcript, much less transcript with references. That's a shame; maybe somebody can get in touch with Martin and ask her to produce same.
I won't make any comment except to say that, while I believe Clinton is a war criminal who should be rendered to the Hague, this commentary isn't completely fair. Read more about Abby Martin Reports on Hillary's Corporate Lobbyist-Suitors, Bundlers, and Super-Delegates
I joined the reddit group "Coders for Sanders" this past week, and after posting my suggestion for a US vs. Social Democracy cost/Quality of Life calculator, I sent a message blast to the moderators: Read more about Will Bernie Sandernistas dance largest conga line ever? (up and down Manhattan?)
I had a slightly wild idea the other day. Both Trump and Sanders have credibly* come out against TPP, but both have been disappointments in terms of using their candidacies - with the attendant millions of dollars of free advertising that come with them - to really educate the public about TPP. Read more about Farage tag teams with Galloway for Brexit; when will Sanders tag team with Trump against TPP?
Rollback of minimum wage in Germany, linked with immigration surge, presages what TPP passage will do to the US
Long ago, yours truly has expressed his conviction that the economic fallout from passage of TPP will be far greater due to unrestricted IN-sourcing, as compared to increased OUT-sourcing. (Furthermore, my continuing disparagement of the hapless anti-TPP 'activists' is partly due to their avoidance of this issue.) Read more about Rollback of minimum wage in Germany, linked with immigration surge, presages what TPP passage will do to the US
The Monmouth University survey shows that 60 percent of the public is not sure about the effect of the free-trade deal brokered between the United States and 11 other Pacific Rim nations.