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The kind of headline that can a journalist's house burned to the ground

From CNBC:

Get used to it: The rich do get richer

As one would expect from a headline containing so much propaganda, the writer goes on the usual ‘this is just the way it is’ here’s a weird reason why it’s okay, blah blah blah, media fellatio. 22 more words

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A bigger threat to the U.S. than terrorism!

From here:

Last December, in Israel, Domino’s introduced a cheese-free pizza after a vocal vegan lobby successfully convinced the company it was what the people wanted. 47 more words

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NYPD spying on Muslims dressed as Muslims was a fantastic idea!!!!

From here:

The New York Police Department has stopped its secret program that sent undercover cops to spy on Muslim communities. The squad, known as the Demographics Unit, tracked people wearing traditional Islamic clothing in neighborhoods in and around the city. 61 more words

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It's how the Wal-Mart dickheads get richer that's so disgusting

From here:

WASHINGTON — Walmart and the Waltons—America’s largest employer and richest family—received tax breaks and subsidies worth an estimated $7.8 billion in 2013, according to a report released today by Americans for Tax Fairness. 122 more words

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No chicken in the chicken nuggets, no democracy in our democracy

Headline from Salon:

This is what happens when you FOIA the ingredients in school chicken nuggets.

It turns out, they’re not just made of chicken… 35 more words

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Is Bloomberg's racist legacy of gentrification and stop 'n frisk surfacing?

From here:

It’s not just that individual white rich folks move into a neighborhood and bring with them more buying power and private development. It’s that government resources and private resources in general dutifully follow. 116 more words

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Imagine that, the 'new' economy jobs are a powerful Wal-Mart/food stamp 1-2 punch!

From here:

As for the “new economy” that the pols and corporate shills promised the rest of us — exciting and challenging jobs that were going to replace those offshored ones? 83 more words

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