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Leid Stories—An Absentee Democratic Party Leadership Expects Electoral Victories; Bill O’Reilly’s ‘Firing’ A False-Flag Operation?—04.20.17

DNC Chairman Tom Perez’s “new” Democratic Party didn’t “come together and fight back” for Jon Ossoff, a first-time candidate who, with some party backing, would have won Georgia’s 6th Congressional District seat outright in a special election. The seat became vacant when Republican Tom Price became President Trump’s secretary of health and human services. Ossoff stunned the political establishment with 48.1 percent of the vote, just shy of the 50 percent needed to avoid a June runoff.

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Alternative Visions – Background to Coming Trump-Republican Tax Cuts – 03.31.17

Big tax cuts for rich and corporations are the next big policy offensive around the corner. Jack provides an historical review of tax cuts for rich and corporations in the US over the past century. Major tax reform proposals are summarized since the passage of the corporate and personal income tax in 1913 through Nixon in 1971. Details of the …

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Karen J. Greenberg – Liberty Is Security – The Lesson Not Drawn From Post-9/11 Government Overreach

One vivid image of the historical relationship between government power and individual liberties in America has long been the swing of the pendulum. It catches the nature of the perpetually changing balance between the two. When it comes to terrorism and civil liberties after 9/11, that pendulum swung strongly toward the power side of the equation and it has been …

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Barbara Loe Fisher – CDC Wants to Expand Power to Eliminate Measles What You Need To Know and Do Now

I remember the day in 2007, when I was standing in front of a Maryland country courthouse videotaping interviews with mothers and fathers lined up with children, who had been thrown out of school for failing to show proof they had gotten chickenpox and hepatitis B shots. 12 State public health officials were threatening the parents with fines and jail time and …

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Vanessa Beeley – The Bloody Legacy of American Exceptionalism

here are many theories surrounding the origin of American exceptionalism. The most popular in US folklore, being that it describes America’s unique character as a “free” nation founded on democratic ideals and civil liberties. The Declaration of Independence from British colonial rule is the foundation of this theory and has persevered throughout the often violent history of the US since …

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This Can’t Be Happening – 07.06.16

Mike Caddell, self-described “prairie radical,” who is running a seemingly long-shot campaign as a Democrat in the reddest of states, Kansas, home of the Koch Brothers, but as guest on “This Can’t Be Happening!” tells host Dave LIndorff that he’s getting cheered at local parades and pancake breakfasts when he calls for a Kansas revolution to “sweep the statehouse clean of Republicans.” Something is happening in Kansas.

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Derrick Broze – FBI Whistleblower Reveals Agency’s Use Of Hidden Microphones In Public Spaces

Jeff Harp, a former FBI special agent and security analyst for KPIX 5 in San Francisco, recently told KPIX 5 News that FBI agents regularly hide microphones in indiscriminate locations for surveillance purposes. Harp says that between March 2010 and January 2011, FBI agents hid microphones inside light fixtures and at a bus stop outside the Oakland Courthouse without a warrant to …

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Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman – Why Can’t the Nation & the Left Deal With Election Theft?

There are two things we all need to know about the upcoming 2016 election:
1. Millions of likely Democratic voters have already been stripped from the voter rolls in critical states like Ohio. The key reporting on this has been done by the great Greg Palast, who has shown that a computer program coordinated by the Republican secretary of state of Kansas is being used in some two dozen states to steal from a substantial percentage of the citizenry their right to vote. The raw numbers are high enough that they could have a significant impact on the presidential, US Senate, House and many other elections this fall. The ACLU has now sued Jon Husted, Ohio’s secretary of state, over the stripping of two million citizens from Ohio’s voter rolls.