DN! Special: Bernie Sanders Interviewed by Amy Goodman (Video)

But more importantly, we create a kind of grassroots party, where the most important people in the party are not just wealthy campaign contributors, but working people, young people, people in the middle class, who are going to come in and going to start telling us what their needs are and give us some ideas as to how we go forward. 37 more words


Chris Hedges | Demagogue-in-Chief

Demagogues expend great energy marginalizing, censoring and silencing all critics, something the corporate state has already done to dissidents such as Noam Chomsky and Ralph Nader. 1,072 more words
Constitutional Rights

Greg Palast | The Republican Sabotage of the Vote Recounts in Michigan and Wisconsin

How come more ballots were uncounted in Detroit and Flint than in the white ‘burbs and rural counties? Are the machines themselves racist?   

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Resistance is not an option, it is a necessity.

“There is no act too small, no act too bold. The history of social change is the history of millions of actions, small and large, coming together at points in history and creating… 708 more words


Alleen Brown | Arrests of Journalists at Standing Rock Test the Boundaries of the First Amendment

“Indigenous people are here to stay. And we’re not going to move unless it’s on our own terms, because this is our treaty land, this is our ancestral land, this is where our people have been for thousands of years.”    1,026 more words

Greg Palast | Here’s what we do now – a personal note

Being right never felt so horrid.

By Greg Palast  GregPalast  November 20, 2016

“This is the story of the theft of the 2016 election.
It’s a crime still in progress.”

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Mapping Reveals Rising Use of Social Media Monitoring Tools by Cities Nationwide

Alongside commercial ventures, local governments and police are using social media monitoring products to probe posts on sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, Google+, and Vine for information on protests, potential threats, breaking news, and more.      1,135 more words
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