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Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 21, 2017, 02:58:11 pm »

Donald Trump loses white supporter after his racist attack on black NFL star Marshawn Lynch
Bill Palmer

Updated: 1:34 am EST Tue Nov 21, 2017



http://www.palmerreport.com/politics/marshawn-white-trump/6143/

Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 21, 2017, 02:18:56 pm »

Republicans are PROUD of Giving HANDOUTS to their Rich Crook Donors 

Social Security Works

November 21, 2017


Since his college years, Paul Ryan has been fantasizing about cutting Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. Now, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders has featured Social Security Works’ very own Alex Lawson, Nancy Altman and Jasmine Jefferson in an important video to break down Paul Ryan and the Koch brothers’ long game to destroy our earned benefits.

https://secure.actblue.com/donate/ssw2017membership
Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 18, 2017, 02:35:13 pm »

Guillotine Sliced, French Toast
http://business.financialpost.com/news/economy/debt-problem

The bill is coming due.

Yup.

                                         
Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 18, 2017, 02:22:27 pm »

Forget, Hell! Umm, that is, unless ah don't recall... 



Jeff Sessions gets CAUGHT LYING by ted lieu & jeffries on Trump Russia Meetings


464,726 views

CasonVids

Published on Nov 14, 2017

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before House judiciary committee on his meetings with Russian officials and the Trump campaign on this hearing Senators Ted Lieu  and Hakeem Jeffries question Jeff Sessions on President Trump, Russia and Trump Jr 11/14/2017.



Jeff Sessions gets CAUGHT LYING by ted lieu & jeffries on Trump Russia Meetings

It's just part of his skill set.

Color me nof surprised.   ::)

If his lips are moving, he's lying.

RE


 

When Napoleon Tried To Conquer Egypt - Documentary

For History buffs: Napoleon's REAL Waterloo was in Egypt, not Waterloo

Agelbert NOTE: While the fellow narrating the documentary admires Napoleon's 'leadership qualities', he admits that Napoleon was was an expert liar and consumate con artist. As learned Doomer Surly says, and I agree with him. lying is part of the 'skill set' of certain people.

In our current ethics free imitation of a civilization (i.e. Social Darwinist Religion ), unethical behavior is, not just admired for being 'astute', but rewarded with money and power along with never ending syrupy accolades from fellow true believers in 'might equals right'.

Our current criminal in chief, an admitted admirer of P.T. Barnum, is no Napoleon. BUT, the common thread that history shows among these men that lie and cheat their way to fame, who achieve temporary success by stimulating the most barbaric instincts that humans possess (eventually causing the death of thousands of suckers that admire and follow them slavishly and stupidly), is their ability to repeatedly portrays massive failures as successes in the public eye. This 'skill set' is what keeps them from being taken down the first time they fail in one of their schemes.

So let us be clear, the issue is not that people like Trump lie and get away with it; the issue is that they realize they screwed up and then sit down and carefully think through their predicament, using all the mens rea they can muster, in order to turn a massive failure into a propaganda event that will be portrayed as an astounding success.:o  ;)

THIS was Napoleon's 'secret'. THIS is what the Napoleon wannabe Trump is trying to emulate. THIS is why you read about Waterloo and not about Egypt, which should have earned Napoleon the disdain of the French and a long prison term, if not the death sentence. For example, Napoleon didn't know what to do with about 2,000 prisoners he had taken in combat, so he had them murdered. He ordered his men to use bayonets to save ammunition. It was done on a beach in the Middle East. It took three days. Napoleon then faked a victory march into Cairo, even as a large percentage of his army was sick with plague. Napoleon then snuck out of Egypt, knowing the Turks and/or the English would soon run France out of there, declaring 'victory' in Egypt when he arrived in France.

He was greeted as a hero. He then went on to other massive errors like fighting Russia and trying to keep Haiti in slavery. But you know about that. What you don't know is in this documentary.

Be warned, Trump is going through his Egypt experience now. If he uses it to catapult himself to greater power by using the Napoleon Con Man Secret of branding failure as a 'brilliant success', a signifcant percentage of Americans, plus an even greater amount of non-Americans, will die in miserable conditions, either from war or from want.


Trump, like Napoleion, is not stupid. Trump is intelligent. He is an expert in scapegoating those who tell the truth about him. These are NOT true leadership qualities. These 'qualities' are, unfortunately, admired by those with no ethical compass.     This has been my gripe with Wall Streeters in general and some Doomstead Diners in particular. The fact that a person lacking empathy and any sense of personal responsibility whatsoever is intelligent and clever enough to pass the buck to an innocent party can only considered a 'admirable' if you are a Social Darwinist. Social Darwinsim is a a demonic religion disguised as a justification for consciense free predation. Following it can gain you wealth, power and fame and make you a party to the eventual destruction of everything good about humanity. But, because the cause and effect horizon is greater than a single human lifetime, many are fooled into believing that it is not evil and destructive, but simply 'prudent apex predator behavior'.

If you cannot learn from me, at least try to learn from history. Napoleon's most trusted general, the one he left in charge of Egypt, was assassinated within a year and the French Army surrendered to the English shortly thereafter.

Napoleon was an intelligent, empathy deficit disordered, buck passing, MURDERING CROOK. Trump, with less intellect than Napoleon and the exact same Murdering Con Artist mindset, has several times the destructive power that Napoleon had. Do the math. Help get Trump out of office or face the doom you helped bring about. 

When Napoleon Tried To Conquer Egypt - Documentary


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Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 17, 2017, 09:06:32 pm »

Congress Has a Culture of Harassment It's Bigger Than Roy Moore (w/Guest Don Siegelman)


Thom is joined by the former governor of Alabama and Don Siegelman to discuss Roy Moore and American's problems with guns and people using them against crowds of people.

Thom Hartmann Nov. 16, 2017 5:00 pm

Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 17, 2017, 07:30:42 pm »

Forget, Hell! Umm, that is, unless ah don't recall...


Jeff Sessions gets CAUGHT LYING by ted lieu & jeffries on Trump Russia Meetings


464,726 views

CasonVids

Published on Nov 14, 2017

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before House judiciary committee on his meetings with Russian officials and the Trump campaign on this hearing Senators Ted Lieu  and Hakeem Jeffries question Jeff Sessions on President Trump, Russia and Trump Jr 11/14/2017.
Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 13, 2017, 09:16:50 pm »

A Year Without a President Robert Reich

Inequality Media

November 5, 2017

Robert Reich looks at what we've learned so far about the Trump presidency, and who is really running the country.

Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 10, 2017, 07:52:05 pm »

Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 10, 2017, 07:48:17 pm »

Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 10, 2017, 06:20:31 pm »

The EPA's Science Purge

News & Politics

November 3, 2017

https://soundcloud.com/the-energy-gang
Posted by: GWarnock
« on: November 09, 2017, 11:59:56 am »

The 8 richest people on the planet own one half the worlds wealth, , while Millions can't even afford decent catfood...


 

Agelbert NOTE: There, fixed that formating thing fer ya. 

Posted by: GWarnock
« on: November 09, 2017, 11:09:42 am »

Republicans and Democrats are still controlled by corporate Ameri.... let's just say global corporations/ banks/ M, O, N, E, Y.50-0
The Globe is controlled by banks/ M, O, N, E, Y, W, H, O, R, E, S!
They buy government leaders like we buy a washing machine, (1 year warranty on parts and labor, 5 year warranty on the drive train)!
51-1
There are 2,043 billionaires on the planet, they are playing a game of Monopoly, we are merely  pieces...
Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 08, 2017, 06:16:29 pm »

Naomi Klein on The Young Turks with Cenk Uygur


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TYT Interviews Published on Oct 13, 2017

Cenk Uygur interviews Naomi Klein, winner of the Sydney Peace Prize and author of five books, including The Shock Doctrine. They discuss Klein’s 5-step plan to resist Trump, what the Dems are doing wrong, how the political ground is shifting, Klein’s relationship with the media, whether or not the Democratic Party needs change, and how the Trump administration is the result of corporatism.

No Is Not Enough: Resisting Trump's Shock Politics and Winning the World We Need by Naomi Klein: http://a.co/2iicZ0Z
Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 08, 2017, 05:37:51 pm »

Robert Reich: The Resistance Report 11/06/2017


Inequality Media Civic Action

Published on Nov 6, 2017


It's been almost a year since Trump was elected but he's still going after his political opponents. Tonight we look at the damage he is doing to the rule of law and our democratic institutions.




Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 08, 2017, 02:37:45 pm »

Anniversary of the Apocalypse

In the terror-struck and vertiginous days after Donald Trump’s election a year ago, as I tried to make sense of America’s new reality, I called people who lived, or had lived, under authoritarianism to ask what to expect. I wasn’t looking for concrete predictions — one of the disorienting things about that moment was that no one, no matter how learned, had any idea what was happening — but for insights into how the texture of life changes when an autocratic demagogue is in charge.

A secular Turkish journalist told me, her voice sad and weary, that while people might at first pour into the streets to oppose Trump, eventually the protests would probably die out as a sense of stunned emergency gave way to the slog of sustained opposition. The Russian dissident writer Masha Gessen warned that there’s no way, with a leader who lays siege to the fabric of reality, to fully hold on to a sense of what’s normal. “You drift, and you get warped,” she told me.

They were both right. The country has changed in the past year, and many of us have grown numb after unrelenting shocks. What now passes for ordinary would have once been inconceivable. The government is under the control of an erratic racist who engages in nuclear brinkmanship on Twitter. He is dismantling the State Department, defending the hollowing out of the diplomatic corps by saying, on Fox News, “I’m the only one that matters.”

He publicly pressures the Justice Department to investigate his political opponents. He’s called for reporters to be jailed, and his administration demanded that a sportscaster who criticized him be fired. Official government statements promote his hotels. You can’t protest it all; you’d never do anything else. After the election, many liberals pledged not to “normalize” Trump. But one lesson of this year is that we don’t get to decide what normal looks like.

Last month Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, took an unannounced trip to Saudi Arabia, where he met with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who later had a number of his rivals, including a Trump critic, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, put under arrest. In The Washington Post, David Ignatius described Kushner’s talks with Prince Mohammed this way: “The two princes are said to have stayed up until nearly 4 a.m. several nights, swapping stories and planning strategy.” A year ago, that sentence would have been unintelligible as a description of American diplomacy, even as a wry joke.

But this nightmare year has upended assumptions about the durability of the rules, formal and informal, governing our politics. There’s a metaphysical whiplash in how quickly alarm turns into acceptance and then into forgetfulness. It was astonishing when Trump installed Steve Bannon as his chief strategist, a man who had previously run a white nationalist tabloid; now it feels like ages ago that he was even in the White House. (He’s been gone less than three months.)

It was staggering when credible evidence emerged that one of the president’s former national security advisers, Sebastian Gorka, was a member of a Nazi-aligned Hungarian group called the Vitezi Rend, and even more staggering when that revelation didn’t immediately end his White House career.

Hannah Arendt once wrote of the role vulgarity played in undermining liberalism in pre-totalitarian societies: “The temporary alliance between the elite and the mob rested largely on this genuine delight with which the former watched the latter destroy respectability.” I thought of this when I saw Ted Nugent, who on several occasions called for Barack Obama to be killed, grinning in a photograph taken in the Oval Office, or Kellyanne Conway appearing on television to urge America to buy Ivanka Trump merchandise. In this administration, crassness has become a weapon, annihilating social codes that once restrained political behavior, signaling that old standards no longer apply.

Lately, the pace of shocks has picked up, even if our capacity to process them has not. Trump’s former campaign chairman has been indicted. One of his former foreign policy aides has pleaded guilty to lying to the F.B.I. about his attempts to collude with Russia. His commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, turns out to have retained a stake in a company with business ties to the son-in-law of President Vladimir Putin of Russia.

The new head of the Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board once claimed that our air is “too clean for optimum health.” USA Today recently reported that the president has nominated several members of his clubs to federal jobs. Never in modern history, it said, “has a president awarded government posts to people who pay money to his own companies.” In another administration this would have been a major scandal. In this one it barely registers.

How can America ever return from this level of systematic derangement and corruption? I wish there was someone I could ask, but we know more about how countries slide into autocracy than how they might climb out of it. It’s been a year, and sometimes I’m still poleaxed by grief at the destruction of our civic inheritance.

In moments of optimism I think that this is just a hideous interregnum, and that in a brighter future we’ll watch prestige dramas about the time we almost lost America while members of the current regime grow old in prison. But in my head I hear the song that closed out Trump rallies like a satanic taunt or an epitaph for democracy: “You can’t always get what you want.”


https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/opinion/anniversary-trump-clinton-election.htm




Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 08, 2017, 12:30:04 pm »


Robert Mueller, eight ball, corner pocket

Bill Palmer

Updated: 2:18 am EST Wed Nov 8, 2017



http://www.palmerreport.com/opinion/corner-pocket-robert-mueller/5956/
Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 07, 2017, 07:14:39 pm »

Quote

Anthony --

I've got great news: We're partnering with MoveOn.org to fight Fox News' blatant censorship of our ad calling for Donald Trump's impeachment.

Trump is angry and frantic, and Fox News capitulated to pressure from the Trump administration. But despite the best efforts of Trump and his cronies at Fox News, our movement continues to grow -- and we will not be silenced.

I've just launched a petition with MoveOn.org demanding Fox News stop censoring the voices of the plurality of Americans who support impeachment.

By standing together, we'll send a strong message: This movement will not be silenced. The time to impeach is now.

Thank you,

Tom Steyer

Quote
Subject: Demand Fox News stop censoring anti-Trump views

Hi,

When I launched my "Need to Impeach" effort just a couple weeks ago, Fox News agreed to run an ad. Our dangerous president even watched it and tweeted a personal attack on me. But now, Fox News and President Trump see the strength of our movement and that more Americans than ever agree: It’s time to impeach. Fox News is frantically changing course, refusing to let us keep our ad on their network. We need to send Fox News a strong message: Stop silencing our voices. Run the ad and let viewers make their own decisions.

Tom Steyer

That's why I signed a petition to Fox News and President Donald Trump.

Will you sign this petition? Click below:

http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/demand-fox-news-stop?source=s.em.cp&r_by=18944436

 
Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 06, 2017, 09:41:09 pm »

Posted by: GWarnock
« on: November 06, 2017, 08:32:00 pm »

#1 offender!
Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 06, 2017, 06:28:06 pm »

Left to right: Tillerson, Pruitt, Sessions, Price (but there are SEVERAL MORE!)

John Nichols: Horsemen of the Trumpocalypse


Ed Mays

Published on Sep 14, 2017

Whose hands are really on the levers of power in President Trump’s administration? The Nation’s John Nichols returns to our stages for an in-depth examination with his new book: Horsemen of the Trumpocalypse: A Field Guide to the Most Dangerous People in America. Nichols asserts that Trump has assembled a collection of “white nationalists, alt-right hatemongers, voter-suppression schemers, immigrant bashers, and climate-change deniers” to run the American government…and it’s up to us to challenge their excesses.
Having covered many of these political figures for decades, Nichols offers would-be resisters a clear-eyed look at Trump’s inner circle.

Thanks to Seattle Town Hall and Elliott Bay Books

Recorded 9/11/17


Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 06, 2017, 06:01:17 pm »



Paradise Papers Reveal Tax Evasion & Shady Dealings by Nike, Apple, Queen of England & Trump Cabinet


Democracy Now!

Published on Nov 6, 2017

https://democracynow.org - A slew of 13.4 million leaked documents revealed how the world’s richest men stash away billions of dollars in wealth in offshore tax havens. The revelations, known as the Paradise Papers, implicate more than a dozen of President Trump’s Cabinet members, advisers and major donors. We continue our conversation with Frederik Obermaier, co-author of the Paradise Papers. He is an investigative reporter at Germany’s leading newspaper, Süddeutsche Zeitung. Obermaier also worked on a separate investigation, the Panama Papers, and is co-author of the book “Panama Papers: The Story of a Worldwide Revelation.”

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Agelbert NOTE:  This is not surprising to those of us in the reality based community. However, these predatory psychopaths do not like this sort of thing to come out. It's bad for business .

After all, it's kinda hard to demonize all those brown and black people out there (when you aren't suckering low and middle class whitey to pay for bombing and shooting them in convenient wars) for being "irresponsible, corrupt, thieving low life crooks and liars" (and so on, you get the idea) when the elite in our society are guilty of far more egregious crimes on a continual mens rea modus operandi/modus vivendi basis.

I mean, From the Queen of England to the Fossil Fuel industry TOOLS, Trump and his wrecking crew, these WORLD CLASS CRIMINAL CROOKS AND LIARS make the other 99% of humanity look like saints!

These psychopaths know that they must make some appearance of "doing the right thing"    or they will no longer have the Consent of the Governed, so to speak.   


These bastards have not forgotten the French Revolution.


BUT, since the evil bastards are still running most governments (i.e. they have carefully placed themselves above the law ), they will now cut their losses, so to speak, and throw we-the-people some bones to chew on by throwing the less influential among these predatoy psychopaths off the proft over planet bus and into prison (see below).

The Future of several members of the Trump Wrecking Crew:
But, but, Trump said he loved me and would support me always...

The PRESENT of several members of the Trump Wrecking Crew, INCLUDING TRUMP:

Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 05, 2017, 09:39:01 pm »

Quote
Anthony,

Last week, we ran an ad on Fox & Friends calling for the impeachment of Donald Trump.

The president, unsurprisingly, was none too happy about it -- and his friends at Fox News heard the message loud and clear. Without warning, our ad was pulled off the air in blatant act of censorship.  >:(

Fox News violated our First Amendment rights in an effort to appease their #1 fan -- a volatile, thin-skinned President Trump. That's why we've brought in Bernie Sanders' lawyer, Brad Deutsch. He's joining the fight against Donald Trump and is helping to defend our right to freedom of speech.

A plurality of Americans favor impeachment. Our impeachment campaign has clearly struck a nerve with the president and is gaining more momentum by the day. Please share our video and keep up the pressure on Congress.

Share!

The time to impeach is now.   

Thanks,

Tom Steyer


https://www.needtoimpeach.com/momentum/
Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 05, 2017, 08:12:54 pm »

Trump's Trojan Horse Tax Plan I Robert Reich

10,536 views

Inequality Media

Published on Oct 31, 2017

Robert Reich explains Trojan Horse tax plan is a Trojan horse that will pave the way for deeper cuts to education, health care and other programs.




Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 03, 2017, 05:49:09 pm »

Donald Trump’s Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is in deep trouble after arrest of Paul Manafort

Bill Palmer

Updated: 3:28 pm EDT Fri Nov 3, 2017

SNIPPET:

Earlier this year it became clear that Donald Trump’s campaign chairman Paul Manafort was laundering Russian money through Bank of Cyprus, and it appeared that Trump himself might have been doing the same. This led to the inevitable question, which at the time had no answer: what did this have to do with Trump’s decision to nominate Bank of Cyprus vice chairman Wilbur Ross as his Secretary of Commerce? Now we’re finally getting to the Wilbur Ross stage of the Trump-Russia investigation.


Read more:

http://www.palmerreport.com/opinion/wilbur-ross-trump-russia/5853/
Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 03, 2017, 05:37:21 pm »

Quote
“it was a very unimportant meeting, took place a long time, don’t remember much about it.”

Donald Trump tries out the mental incompetence defense after Papadopoulos and Gordon incriminate him

Bill Palmer

Updated: 4:29 pm EDT Fri Nov 3, 2017
Home » Opinion



http://www.palmerreport.com/opinion/mental-incompetence/5878/
Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 03, 2017, 05:28:58 pm »

The real reason Robert Mueller hasn’t arrested Jeff Sessions (yet)

Bill Palmer

Updated: 3:35 am EDT Fri Nov 3, 2017

As the first arrests and guilty plea in Donald Trump’s Russia scandal have sent the various Trump-Russia players into a dither this week, an unmistakeable pattern has emerged. The Trump team is now making abundantly clear that Jeff Sessions was well aware of various Trump campaign meetings and conspiracies with the Russian government. This proves Sessions was lying when he claimed otherwise under oath. Suddenly it’s become easy for Robert Mueller to indict and arrest Jeff Sessions. Too easy.

On Monday, the formal confession from Trump campaign adviser George Papadopoulos was made public. He alleged that several Trump campaign officials, including Jeff Sessions, were aware in advance of his plot to conspire with the Russian government to alter the outcome of the election. On Thursday, Trump campaign adviser Carter Page testified before Congress that Sessions knew in advance about his trip to Moscow during the campaign.

The Page news prompted respected law professor Richard Painter to tweet “The fix is in. They set up Sessions to take the fall. After he is gone, a new acting AG fires Mueller.” I’ve come to suspect that Painter may indeed be correct about this, as he often is. I also don’t believe that such a plot will succeed. Trump can’t fire Mueller without firing Sessions and Rod Rosenstein first. Too many Senate Republicans are old friends with Sessions, and they don’t want him fired for personal reasons. Many of the Senate Republicans also don’t want Mueller fired, because they don’t want the public blowback of that firing to land on them heading into the midterms.

Donald Trump and his team may indeed be serving up Jeff Sessions as bait, in the hope that Robert Mueller will eagerly bust him. But Mueller knows that if he slaps handcuffs on Sessions, then Trump truly will have an excuse to fire Sessions. Even the Republican Senate wouldn’t be able to justify having a sitting Attorney General who’s in jail or under house arrest.

For that reason, Mueller has every strategic reason not to arrest Sessions – at least not yet. For all we know, Mueller may already have a sealed indictment against Sessions in hand. But if Mueller unseals it now, it may swiftly lead to his own firing. Considering what’s at stake, Mueller has a right – and even a responsibly – to keep himself from getting fired so he can see justice through all the way to the end.

Robert Mueller could arrest Jeff Sessions at any time for the crime of having lied under oath to the Senate back in January. But this was true even before Trump’s advisers began fingering Sessions. There’s a reason Mueller hasn’t arrested Sessions yet. He’ll use other avenues to get to Donald Trump, and once it’s reached the point of no return where Trump is going down one way or the other, then he can bring Sessions to justice as well. In fact, if and when Mueller does arrest Sessions, it’ll be a sign that he already has Trump nailed.

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Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 03, 2017, 05:07:35 pm »

Did Trump Spot the Indictment’s Most Damning Phrase? | The Resistance with Keith Olbermann | GQ

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GQ
Published on Oct 31, 2017

With three well-chosen words  ;D, Robert Mueller hints that more people are going down.

Is This the End… of Trump’s Sanity? | The Resistance with Keith Olbermann | GQ


GQ
Published on Nov 2, 2017

As the net tightens, Donald Trump’s behavior is getting more erratic.
Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 02, 2017, 02:45:44 pm »

Agelbert NOTE: The Trump Fascist Demagogue Mens Rea Modis Operandi  is in full display in the video. The difference back in 'Patriotic America First' 1939 is that the group to be demonized was the Jewish people. Trump demonizes brown and black people, to the delight of all the white SUCKERS in this country that fall for his CRAP.



NIGHT AT THE GARDEN (Dir. Marshall Curry) VIDEO

In 1939, 20,000 Americans rallied in New York’s Madison Square Garden to celebrate the rise of Nazism – an event largely forgotten from American history. A NIGHT AT THE GARDEN uses striking archival fragments recorded that night to transport modern audiences into this gathering and shine a light on the disturbing fallibility of seemingly decent people. (More Info at link)

https://anightatthegarden.com/







Posted by: AGelbert
« on: November 01, 2017, 02:59:32 pm »

The Thom Hartmann Program (Full Show) - 11/1/17

Posted by: AGelbert
« on: October 31, 2017, 07:19:51 pm »



Quote
Which do you think is scarier:

Donald Trump
or…

And the scarier one is…
Ghosts                     Trump, 49/40
Vampires                  Trump, 48/40
Mummies                 Trump, 48/40
Witches                    Trump, 49/42
Zombies                   Trump, 46/43
Werewolves              Trump, 45/44
Devil                        Devil, 51/36



https://www.publicpolicypolling.com/polls/support-impeachment-record-high/


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