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she said it: "This is 2014, not 1914 – and we've had enough."
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Think back to the heady days of July 2004. Presidential campaign season was in full swing, with John Kerry and John Edwards joining forces against the Bush ticket. The media obsession of the summer was Kerry’s uneven voting record, with new headlines emerging almost weekly even as George Bush quietly continued setting the county on fire. In the midst of this mayhem, director Robert Greenwald and his team at Brave New Films released Outfoxed, a documentary that exposed the concerted efforts of Fox News to promote a partisan Republican agenda through the guise of a traditional news service. It’s been 10 years since that seminal film was released. AlterNet caught up with Greenwald to chat about how American politics has evolved—or devolved—over the last decade.
Robert Greenwald reflects on the transformation of the media and political landscape since the debut of his 2004 film 'Outfoxed.'
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GOPuppets / RepubliKLANS
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Very true my observation also
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The 7% are where????
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Although America was founded on the brilliant, but false, premise that all citizens are equal, it has taken the course of the nation’s history, a Civil War, and several hard-fought civil rights battles for most Americans to realize a semblance of equality. Obviously, most Americans either could not comprehend, or adamantly opposed, the idea that social equality means every citizen has the same status and equal rights under the law, or that true equality requires the absence of legally enforced boundaries and government enforced discrimination; precisely what the 14th Amendment to the Constitution guarantees all Americans.
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#palestine   #israel   #gaza   #media   #hitler   #war  
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Absolutely NO EXCEPTIONS.
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+Jonathan Brown Well one difference is that our society and legal system considered multi-national corporations "people", thus having the same rights as you and I.  

It no longer isn't as much as what we consider the bounds of the rights of humans, but what constitutes the rights to be a human with rights.   Once we give this away, we are little more than a commodity traded on a stock market.
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Lets retire ol' chinless mitch come November
 
Mitch McConnell would like you to forget he supported Paul Ryan's budget.
Three years ago, the Senate minority leader was a champion of Ryan's squeeze-the-poor budget plan. Now, as he fights for reelection, he's trying to distance himself from it.
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This guy is about as popular as Obama in this region of the country and he is Republican if that gives you any idea.  

Mitch's days are numbered, and while many constituents are tea party , there are moves to be made on the anti-imperial and non-interventionist front that many on the far left support.  Question remains, will Democrats seek advantage here or placate with Rand?   It will be as telling about the right as it will be about the left.  :-) 
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take the guns away from military and law enforcement first as a gesture of "be the bigger man". it is not an issue of who has guns, but who allows them to be manufactured, along with the nukes, the tanks, the grenades, the missiles, drones, land mines, mortars, rpgs, etc. so the root of the problem is something no one ever talks about - MANUFACTURE NO WEAPONS and end the pointless bickering.


... and since that is not going to happen because guns (any weapons) mean big money so if you don't have a gun, you should re-think your position.
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