Bernie Sanders won’t announce until April 30 whether he’ll run for president or not but he’s already been roundly condemned by people who are closest to him ideologically. 2,548 more words
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If you are are in red or purple state, you don’t get to vote your conscience (or sit on the sidelines) in November 2016. Sure, there is lots to abhor about the Clintons, but the contrast between Democrats (disappointing as they are) and the GOP has become a deep chasm. 347 more words
From Chris Hedges, quoting Ralph Nader:
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“Correspondence with presidents or politically elected people is the only way a citizen can connect with an elected representative, and deliver a fact,” Nader said last week when he spoke at the Barnes & Noble bookstore in Union Square in New York.
Washington Examiner: Opinion: Stephen R. Smith: How to Make Retirement More Secure & Make Capitalism Work For All
How about instead of justing giving big successful companies and corporations subsidies for being successful and wealthy, which is what corporate welfare is, we put that taxpayer money to good use. 215 more words
By Sean Phillippi
Little if anything in life is free. Almost everything, especially in politics, comes at a cost. This is certainly the case when one is standing on political principle. 1,431 more words
They say you can’t suck and blow at the same time.
But in the ever-expanding world of digital domain names, one Canadian innovator is trying to prove that adage wrong. 939 more words