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It’s Our Money with Ellen Brown – Pursuing Populist Politics – 05.11.16

Almost 100 years ago, populist politics marched across America in reaction to the same sort of monetary monopoly that is depriving this century’s citizens of their hard-earned assets and wealth. That deprivation has mobilized an angry, fed-up backlash of folks willing to support any candidate who will talk straight and promise real change. Several candidates are rising to the challenge. Ellen talks with Tim Canova, a law professor and Fed expert facing off against Congressional Democratic insider Debbie Wasserman-Schultz in South Florida – out West, a State House Representative candidate Pamela Powers-Hannley runs on a platform calling for a public bank to stave off the deteriorating state economy and using inspiration from 100-years ago; and Matt Stannard talks with the award-winning author David Dayen whose new book Chain of Title reveals how a few plucky citizens pushed back against the Goliath of Wall Street mortgage fraud.

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Jeff Stein – Bernie Sanders’s accusation that Clinton is running a “money laundering scheme,” explained

Bernie Sanders is still running for the Democratic nomination. And his campaign still has some attacks on Hillary Clinton. Early this week, after a Politico report examined the workings of Clinton’s fundraising apparatus, Sanders’s campaign accused Clinton of running a “money-laundering scheme.” At issue is Clinton’s “joint fundraising committee” — an organization set up to help Clinton raise money with the Democratic …

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State Party Officials Reportedly Displeased with Clinton-DNC ‘Laundering’ Scheme

Hillary Clinton’s use of a so-called joint fundraising committee, through which her presidential campaign, the Democratic National Committee (DNC), and 32 state party committees can solicit big-money donors, is under fire not just from rival Bernie Sanders, but also from state party officials and their allies, according to reporting by Politico. Politico‘s deep dive into the latest Federal Election Commission filings, published Monday, shows …

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DAVE LINDORFF – Is Bernie’s ‘Political Revolution’ the Real Thing or a Pathetic Joke?

Bernie Sanders had a shining moment last week at a massive rally in Philadelphia at the Temple University Liacouras Sports Center. The high point came when he mentioned that his opponent, Hillary Clinton, had implied that he was “not qualified” to be president — a charge that she has continued to make in a tense campaign for theApril 19 Democratic …

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Joachim Hagopian – Six Reasons Why the Iowa Caucus Turned into a Voter Fraud Circus in Favor of Hillary

No sooner out the gate with the closest caucus vote in Iowa history already on the books, the very first state tally of delegate votes leading to the 2016 presidential election bears strong indication of voter fraud. It’s been reported that Hillary Clinton instructed her staff in Iowa to rig the caucus voting by falsely standing in the O’Malley corner …

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Steven Rosenfeld – Is Donald Trump Getting His Cues from Hitler? How the GOP Leader Is Following the Führer’s Recipe

Donald Trump is an apparent fan of Adolf Hitler’s speeches. That stunning but not entirely surprising revelation comes from his ex-wife Ivana, who told [3] Vanity Fair in a 1990 interview [4] that “from time to time her husband reads a book of Hitler’s collected speeches, My New Order, which he keeps in a cabinet by his bed.” The magazine said …

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Tyler Durden – US Congresswoman Introduces Bill To Stop “Illegal” War On Assad; Says CIA Ops Must Stop

Last month, US Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard went on CNN and laid bare Washington’s Syria strategy. In a remarkably candid interview with Wolf Blitzer, Gabbard calls Washington’s effort to oust Assad “counterproductive” and “illegal” before taking it a step further and accusing the CIA of arming the very same terrorists who The White House insists are “sworn enemies.”  In short, Gabbard …