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According to Bernie Sanders, income inequality means many Americans aren't "truly free"

“True freedom does not occur without economic security.”

Bernie Sanders, 2016 Democratic presidential candidate, delivered his latest campaign speech at Georgetown University on Nov. 19. Sanders is a politician, not a professor, but his speeches recently have taken on a distinctly educational cast. 980 more words

Real Thanks

It is holiday season therefore I am going to touch on history and what we were taught that is wrong or miss leading or whatever ya wanna call it. 1,036 more words

Deconstructing History

Republican Bedwetters

Critics of the Republican field of presidential candidates are warning that their calls for banning refugees smacks of fascism.

The critics do not know what they are talking about. 623 more words


Give Thanks That This Holiday Comes Annually

We all know what Thursday is: It’s the holiday that has been a holiday since 1863, when President Abraham Lincoln declared the last Thursday in November to be a day of “Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens.” 186 more words

the right-wing plot to overthrow FDR and install a dictator in the US (and more on the potential for fascism in the united states)

Saving this for my own reference. I’ve read lots about this case but I’ve never come across a documentary before:

A few other videos on similar themes which look good:

Between Post-Capitalism And Techno-Fascism

Bernie Sanders gives speech defining democratic socialism

Millennials might be willing to embrace socialism, but the word has been a liability for self-defined democratic socialist Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign. It was the focus of his first question at the first Democratic debate. 703 more words


Sing For Your Supper: Dick and Larry in the '30s (IV)

Welcome to a new Musical Theatre Monday and the continuation of our six week series on the yet-to-be covered ’30s scores of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, whose work from both the ’20s and ’40s has been well represented here.  583 more words