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Ralph Nader on Impeachment: Democrats Should Go After Trump’s Full Corruption, Not Just Ukraine

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Donald Trump is set to become the third president to be impeached when the Democrat-controlled House votes Wednesday on two charges related to his attempts to pressure Ukraine to investigate his political rival Joe Biden. The vote will send the charges to the Republican-controlled Senate, which will then hold a trial on whether to remove Trump from office. Witnesses who could be called to testify include former national security adviser John Bolton and acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney. Early Monday, the House Judiciary Committee released its full report on Trump’s impeachment that is nearly 700 pages and explains in four parts the committee’s justification for recommending two articles of impeachment against Trump: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. A new Fox News poll says 54% of Americans want Trump impeached, and 50% want him impeached and removed. We speak with Ralph Nader, longtime consumer advocate, corporate critic and former presidential candidate, who says the articles of impeachment against Trump are “far too narrow and perilous.” Congress has “come forward with a very narrow hand … for the most impeachable president of all time,” he says.

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As Fracking Companies Face Bankruptcy, U.S. Regulators Enable Firms to Duck Cleanup Costs
ecowatch.com - In over their heads with debt, U.S. shale oil and gas firms are now moving from a boom in fracking to a boom in bankruptcies. This trend of failing finances has the potential for the U.S. public, bot…

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That news about the financially strapped frackers being allowed to turn their backs on their pollution piggery is, of course, expected from our fossil fuel government. 😠
It did not say that this is the second round of 🦕 fracker HELP from the  🦖 government, through the thoroughly corrupt 🐍 court system. Back in 2014, the bankruptcy courts were full of Fracker Chapter 11 Bankruptcies. The majority of the them were allowed to be "restructured" by the 🦕 Texas judges (the state where 😈 frackers always go to get out of the consequenses of their irresponsible behavior) through Chapter 11 fun and games (i.e. "legally" allowed to stiff their creditors and emerge from Bankruptcy).

This happened at exactly the same time that struggling Solar PV manufacturers, with relatively less financially harmful Chapter 11 Bankruptcy conditions, were told to eat and die by the judges all over the USA. 🤬

Like the first Christmas, when Herod was busy hunting the newborn child to kill him, no matter how many children up to the age of two he had to kill to get the 👹 job done, these are perilous times. Good will eventually prevail, but many will continue to suffer and die until it does.

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EcoWatch

Jordan Davidson Jan. 08, 2020 11:15AM EST

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'Forever' chemicals, which are often referred to as PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl chemicals), are a class of heat and water-resistant chemicals used in a variety of industrial products, flame retardants and nonstick products, such as raincoats, cookware and packaging and have leeched into water supplies in almost every state in the country, according to The Hill. They are known carcinogens and do not degrade in the environment nor in the human body.

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Agelbert NOTE: As if the PFAS carcinogen 24/7 boost to the oncologists' (i.e. cancer doctors) "business model" wasn't enough of a HEALTH problem for Americans, there is more to this veto threat PROMISE from Trump than meets the eye.

You see, ALL those chemicals that Cheney got a free pass for way back in 2003, under his engineered Fracking "injection fluids ☠️ exemption" from the Clean Water Act, INCLUDE a significant percentage of PFAS chemicals. If this new bill is passed, Fracking pollution will no longer get a free pass.

🦀 Trump, a loyal lickspittle lackey of the 🦕😈🦖 Hydrocarbon Hellspawn, will do all he can to continue to defend the right of Frackers to poison we-the-people on behalf of profit over people and planet.

As you can see in this link, the Hydrocarbon Hellspawn CORRUPTED EPA has deliberately avoided publishing a comprehensive list of chemicals ☠️ in the fracking injection fluids, even though PFAS (and several other highly toxic chemicals) have been indentified in Fracking injection fluids for OVER 15 YEARS.






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BLACK BEAR NEWS: The 🦕🦖 people in power will let your country burn
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Can We Survive Rollback Of Enviromental Law?
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Can We Survive Rollback Of Enviromental Law? (w/ Jayson O'Neill)
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Environmental Law is being rolled back by the Trump administration, Thom Hartmann asks Jayson O'Neill if we can survive.

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Jayson O'Neill, of Western Values explores how bad it can get when fossil fuel executives run the Interior Department. Can we survive the corporate capture of our lands and natural resources?

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What Would Roosevelt Say To 🦀 Trump?
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What would FDR say to Donald Trump and the Republicans who are redefining America?

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BLACK BEAR NEWS: UN Biodiversity Chief Humans Risk Living in an 'Empty World'
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The Deepwater Horizon  🦖 Oil Spill Was a 🐍 Cover-Up, Not a Cleanup

By Alison Rose Levy — With his reelection at stake, 🐍 Barack Obama made a series of decisions to control the disaster. It's clear now just how calamitous they were. Read more
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🦕🦖🐍 Polluting Industries Cash In On COVID-19, Add To Climate Crisis 😠

By Georgina Gustin, James Bruggers, Kristoffer Tigue, Dan Gearino, Inside Climate News. Airlines, farmers and plastic bag makers look for relief amid the pandemic. But the coal industry, and wind and solar energy concerns, lose out in the relief bill. With the attention of lawmakers and government agencies focused on the global coronavirus pandemic, polluting industries have seized on the opportunity to advance their own interests.

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Mehdi Hasan and Naomi Klein on Coronavirus 🦖😈 Capitalism


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National Vote By Mail To Stopped By The 😈 Oil Industry?
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Trump’s Labor Department Fights to Protect Workers From Benefits


Meet the new Scalia, same as the old Scalia. Photo: Oliver Contreras/POOL/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

Weeks after Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 election, the president-elect’s economic adviser Stephen Moore delivered some tough news to House Republicans: “Just as Reagan converted the GOP into a conservative party, Trump has converted the GOP into a populist, working-class party.”

Moore’s remarks — combined with Trump’s sporadic rhetorical support for progressive economic policies on the campaign trail and the increasingly non-college-educated demographic composition of the Republican coalition — fueled much discussion of potential “realignment” in U.S. politics. The GOP would become the party of populism, Democrats would claim the mantle of multicultural cosmopolitanism, and the old left-right binary would become an anachronism.

And then Donald Trump spent his first year in office fighting to throw millions of poor people off health insurance, bestow giant tax breaks on the one percent, and convert the EPA into a wholly owned subsidiary of the American Petroleum Institute.

Since then, Republicans have done little to suggest that they’ve lost interest in selling kleptocratic economic policies wrapped in a shiny package of white middle-class cultural resentments (Stephen Moore, for his part, has spent the past few weeks arguing that Congress’s recently passed corporate bailout is too tough on corporations). Nevertheless, speculation about the GOP’s impending transformation into a workers’ party persists.

Missouri Republican Josh Hawley set off the latest round this week when he introduced the following proposal for protecting workers’ jobs:

Beginning immediately, the federal government should cover 80 percent of wages for workers at any U.S. business, up to the national median wage, until this emergency is over. Further, it should offer businesses a bonus for rehiring workers laid off over the past month. The goal must be to get unemployment down — now — to secure American workers and their families, and to help businesses get ready to restart as soon as possible.

This is modeled roughly off of policies implemented by the Danish and British governments. And it does indeed represent both an improvement on status quo policy and a left-wing deviation from GOP economic orthodoxy.

But it is also less generous than what House Democrats are proposing on the same front, and lacks the support of Hawley’s colleagues.

In other words, Republicans remain far to the right of Democrats on economic policy, and although some GOP senators may be striking more progressive notes in op-eds these days, actual Republican policy-making remains about as reactionary as it’s ever been.

Consider what Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia (son of Antonin) was up to while Hawley was readying his legislation. Late last month, Congress passed a $2 trillion relief package that extended unemployment benefits to gig-economy workers and established a paid sick leave benefit for Americans who work at small businesses. Since then, Trump’s Labor Department has been working diligently to ensure that no U.S. worker has it too easy in the middle of a pandemic and burgeoning economic depression. As the Washington Postreports:

New Labor Department guidance says unemployment benefits apply to gig workers only if they are “forced to suspend operations,” which could dramatically limit options for those workers if their apps are still operating. Other workers also face a high hurdle to qualify for benefits.

The guidance says a worker “may be able to return to his or her place of employment within two weeks” of quarantining, and parents forced to stop work to care for kids after schools closed are not eligible for unemployment after the school year is over. Workers who stay home because they are older or in another high-risk group are also ineligible unless they can prove a medical professional advised them to stop working.

Even as Scalia requires gig workers to meticulously document their unemployment, he’s allowed small businesses to deny their workers paid sick leave without providing any documentary evidence that they can’t afford to do so (the Labor Department does ask such employers to “retain such records for its own files). Meanwhile, Trump’s Labor Department has declined to require employers to implement CDC guidelines for workplace safety:

The CDC has issued recommendations for the public and businesses to follow practices such as social distancing and sanitizing workstations. OSHA could make those guidelines mandatory for all employers or for all essential employees but has not done so.

“Some of the OSHA staff is frustrated they can’t do more to protect workers. They want an emergency standard that would require employers to follow CDC guidelines,” said David Michaels, a George Washington University School of Public Health professor who served as assistant secretary of labor for occupational safety and health in the Obama administration.

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Meet the new 😈 Scalia, same as the old 😈 Scalia. Photo: Oliver Contreras/POOL/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

Red America remains a boss's country; some working people just live there.

Yep. 

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This thievery is not so astonishing when you discover that what we have here is a Fascist Oligarchy with a clever perception management pretense of "democracy".
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One must know how to color one’s actions and to be a great liar and deceiver.  – Niccolo Machiavelli

The following is small part of long ranty screed I wrote back in 2016, after the Presidential (s)election. As I used to write on a form I was given, long ago, when I arrived at the doctor's office to get my annual required FAA Air Traffic Controller medical exam, NO CHANGE SINCE LAST REPORT:

The sad fact is that the US Government is now fully fascist and will proceed to ignore every clean air, soil and water regulation on behalf of the fossil fuel industry and other polluters from the pharmaceutical and chemical industries.

Also, the entire social contract that has been laboriously built up by people of good will since the time of FDR up to and including civil rights gains for people of color and healthcare for all Americans during the LBJ Administration will be deliberately and methodically destroyed piece by piece.

Every step in the dismembering of the social contract that will cause the unnecessary misery and the death of millions of Americans will be given an Orwellian label. For example, the Ryan plan to DEFUND the Affordable Care Act (i.e. Obamacare) is cynically called a "rescue", when in fact it is a death sentence. This nihilistic cynicism is part and parcel of the fascist regressive modus operandi now only slightly less prevalent in the Democratic Party wing of the duopoly as in the Republican in-your-face fascist wing.

More wealth transfer from the poor and middle class of all colors to the rich is what the Trump Administration is all about, as well as more pollution, more sickness, and more rampant racist brutality.

Plutocratic greed is destroying America. This will end VERY badly.

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Fast forward to 2018 and the "Democratic" victory in the House of (Overwhelmingly Corporate) Representatives:

Nearly ZERO support for a GREEN NEW DEAL 👉CHECK



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April 11, 2020 COVID-19 Shock Doctrine Corporate Swag plus Pollutors Run Wild (in addition to Surly's post 👍 above) 👉 UPDATE:

The chaos will eventually end but life will not be the same. A system that is inherently antagonistic to human needs is unlikely to return the few public benefits we had left. Disaster capitalism is quite real.

The oligachy’s rule over government is obvious and can no longer be kept hidden. And they are really, really STUPID PEOPLE.


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