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Full story here: http://nyti.ms/1M1iMhi

FTA: "If Oak Flat were a Christian holy site, or for that matter Jewish or Muslim, no senator who wished to remain in office would dare to sneak a backdoor deal for its destruction into a spending bill — no matter what mining-company profits or jobs might result. But this is Indian religion."
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Bastards. These are not the Republicans you were looking for.

I'm conservative. No beef about it. These guys are not. I'm so sick of the "good-ol-boy" crony bastards like these guys. Go home, take your crony staffers, and stay there.
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In this article, it is casually admitted that the Medicare raid was actually in in Bill....just "buried" and it wasn't noticed. Well........who can blame the reduction of hospital benefits on them then?! It was an honest mistake, right?
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No.  Medicare should not be "fucked with" period.   This country has it's older generations to thank for it's prosperity.   We owe them the care that they need later in life.  
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37 Ways to Reform the Economy So It’s Not Rigged for the Rich, According to Progressive Economists

Unlike the presidential candidates, Joseph Stiglitz, Elizabeth Warren and the Roosevelt Institute offer specifics.
Unlike the presidential candidates, Joseph Stiglitz, Elizabeth Warren and the Roosevelt Institute offer specifics.
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A very clear statement of what is wrong with the way our government treats it's people.
 
Nike may be the perfect example of life under TPP, but that is not a future many Americans would choose.
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An amazing review of a very interesting book....frightening in it's implications and it's similarity to where we seem to be headed.
 
Last April, when Jeb Bush was asked what he liked to read, he replied “I like Charles Murray books to be honest with you, which means I’m a total nerd I guess.”
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This one sends a chill down your spine.   Don't know why I am always amazed that some people think like this.  
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Because in Amerika, only some lives matter.
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Expert testimony that the TTP is a very dangerous idea for the US. We will become a nation very similar to many other countries with a small, ultra-rich group at the top, untouchable by any laws or criticism...and a huge lower-class that owns little property or resources. H/T to +Rebecca Brents.
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My page is titled "The Whole Enchilada" because I feel that my interests are varied, and quite diverse.   You might find just about anything here...   

My main interests are Politics, Art, Humor, and Science.
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Very good. Not the greatest decor, but the food....whew. I loved it.
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