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Cnn Op-ed: ‘mueller’s Report Looks Bad For Obama’

On Oct. 28, 2013, President Barack Obama and James Comey participate in the installation ceremony for Mr. Comey as FBI director at the bureau’s Washington headquarters. PHOTO: CHARLES DHARAPAK/ASSOCIATED PRESS   Amazing that CNN would allow...
Related topics: CNN, Barack Obama, FBI

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Dave Begley: Live From Council Bluffs

(Scott Johnson) Our occasional correspondent Dave Begley was on hand when Senator Kirsten Gillibrand brought her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination to Iowa on Thursday (thumbnail photo courtesy of Dave). Dave is a Nebraska attorney...

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Cardi B Rejects Plea Deal In Strip Club Assault Case

Cardi B just rejected her plea deal in her strip club assault case. The 26-year-old rapper was spotted heading into court on Friday afternoon (April 19) in Queens, New York. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Cardi B Cardi is facing charges from...

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Npr Admits Plastic Bag Bans Pointless, Paper & Cloth Totes Worse For Environment

Bag Monster. Photo by bagmonster.com As the enviro-wackos continue down the doom-and-gloom tropes, and cities move to ban plastic grocery bags, even NPR concedes that these bags aren’t nearly as damaging to the environment as the greenies...

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Nearly 100,000 Pentagon Whistleblower Complaints Have Been Silenced

Lee CampThe Pentagon sucks up 55% of all the discretionary tax money we pay to our government. (Photo: Shutterstock)
Related topics: Pentagon, Taxes

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Chilling Photos Of San Francisco After The 1906 Earthquake And Fires Set The City Ablaze

On April 18, 1906, a violent 7.8 magnitude earthquake leveled the city of San Francisco. Nearly 3,000 people died from the quake and subsequent fires that spread through the urban sprawl. A majority of San Francisco residents were left...
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Bernie Sanders Wants Incarcerated People To Vote. Here's Why He's Right.

Chandra BozelkoA Puerto Rican prison inmate casts his ballot, as prisoners voted two days early in the Democratic primary, at Correctional Institute 501, in Bayamon, Puerto Rico, on May 30, 2008. (Photo: Brennan Linsley / AP file)

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Florida: The Graveyard Of American Public Education

Diane RavitchU.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos spoke at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland. (Photo: Gage Skidmore/Flickr/cc)
Related topics: CPAC, Flickr

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Prospect Of Nuclear War Highest In Decades, Yet Media Ignores

Linda McQuaigDemonstrators outside the White House call on the 2016 presidential candidates to commit to a world without nuclear weapons. (Photo: S Pakhrin/flickr/cc)  
Related topics: White House, Flickr

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Organizing For Energy Democracy In The Face Of Austerity

Jackson KoeppelSoulardarity's Utility Justice Action Team. (Photo: https://www.facebook.com/pg/Soulardarity/ )
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media

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The Toxic Lure Of “guns And Butter”

Norman SolomonWhat set the stage for the latest funding battle in the House was a Budget Committee vote that approved the new measure with the $17 billion military boost. (Photo: David B. Gleason/flickr/cc)
Related topics: Military, Flickr

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Bernie Barnstorms The Midwest

Ruth ConniffBernie Sanders speaking to a crowd at James Madison Park on the shores of Lake Mendota in Madison, Wisconsin. Friday, April 12. (Photo: Normon Stockwell)

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Aoc Smashes The Overton Window

Miles MogulescuThe success of AOC and her allies in smashing the boundaries of the prior Overton Window has engendered a furious backlash—both from Republicans and corporate Democrats. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)

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A Path To Democratic Socialism Means A Path To Climate Justice

Thea N. RiofrancosFighting both climate change and extreme inequality simultaneously is adept political strategy. (Photo by Gabriele Holtermann Gorden/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)

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Taking Nonviolent Action In Defense Of Mother Earth

Michele Naar-ObedWe believe that laws should protect the common good and the community, not corporate interests, and particularly not foreign corporate interests. (Photo: Four Necessity Valve Turners)

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The Divisive Center Vs. The Unifying Left

Peter BloomThis line of Centrist critique is quite revealing. It perpetuates a prevailing discourse that progressives exist at the political extreme and therefore would like to further split the nation into warring camps. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty...

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Oil And Gas Industry Has Way Too Much Control Over Congress

Jeffrey D. SachsThe most important step to climate safety is a shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy, especially wind, solar, hydro, geothermal and bio. (Photo: Harris County Fire Marshal's Office)
Related topics: Solar Power

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First They Came For Assange

Yanis VaroufakisJournalists who fail to oppose Assange’s extradition to the US could be next on the hit list of a president who considers them the “enemy of the people.”(Photo: Reuters)
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Maybe Rich Liberals Don’t Hate Sanders Because They Fear He Can’t Win, But Because They’re...

Adam JohnsonNew York Times photograph of Bernie Sanders’ “fervent supporters.” (Photo: Lauren Justice)

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Walruses Are Jumping Off Cliffs To Their Deaths—yes, Because Of Climate Change

Shaye WolfThe walrus deaths shown in “Our Planet” are becoming increasingly common as the sea ice they depend on melts away faster than we predicted. (Photo: Screenshot)
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