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Readers Think. Thinkers Read.: August 25, 2016 By Ralph Nader Here are my recommended books to read for the late summer holidays. The Green Cowboy: An Energetic Life, by S. David Freeman, Authorhouse. A powerhouse in energy policy and clean energy reform for over … Continue reading →
Hillary’s Hubris: Only Tell the Rich for $5000 a Minute!: There is a growing asymmetry between the media’s mounting demands for Donald Trump to release his tax returns (Hillary has done so) and their diminishing demands that Hillary Clinton release the secret transcripts of her $5000 per minute speeches before … Continue reading →
Congress: AWOL and Out of Control: Taken as whole, with exceptions, the American people have the strangest attitude toward the Congress. Our national legislature spends nearly a quarter of our income and affects us one way or another every day of the year. Yet too many … Continue reading →
Groundhog Friday: This week, we have an all-Trump-ticket edition of Groundhog Friday, our wrap-up of debunked claims that politicians keep repeating. As Trump noted at several points this week, his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, did not have many public events. “People don’t know where she is,” Trump joked ...
Stein Over the Top on Sea Level Rise: Green party presidential candidate Jill Stein cherry-picked the findings of a disputed study when she claimed that global warming would cause sea levels to rise on average “not one yard but many yards” in as soon as 50 years. Scientific consensus says a more realistic rise is 0.33 to 1.33 yards a...
Trump Campaign CEO Just Latest High Level GOPer Accused Of False-Residency Reg Fraud: In an epic rant on Friday's BradCast, Brad Friedman eviscerated the hypocrisy revealed, once again, by the apparent voter registration fraud of Donald Trump's newly appointed top campaign boss. Following the show, and the The Guardian's initial revelations of Stephen Bannon's improprieties, the ...
Sunday Toons of the Either/Or Moment: (Don't tell anybody, but there will actually be better choices on your ballot ...) * * * Perry Dorrell blogs as PDiddie at Brains and Eggs, usually on topics concerning the strange brew of Texas politics. He's also on Twitter @PDiddie.
Maine’s “Instant Runoff” Proposal Could Banish Its Governor From State Politics: Maine’s colorful governor Republican Paul LePage has once again grabbed headlines — this time for leaving a profanity-laced voicemail for an opposition lawmaker and then declaring that the “overwhelming majority” of Maine’s “enemy” are “people of color.” LePage’s antics have left many people outs...
Dilma falou para a História, mas a História a engoliu: Nas pouco valorizadas galerias do Senado, um local onde ninguém jamais imaginou que ele estaria algum dia na sua carreira política, o ex-presidente Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva passava a mão pelo bigode com expressão séria. Ao seu lado, estava Chico Buarque. Em comum entre os dois, a maestria no uso...
In Police Violence Cases, Time Works Against Justice: I had the honor of appearing this morning on Democracy Now! with Erica Garner, daughter of Eric Garner, on the depressing subject of the approaching anniversary of her father's killing at the hands of an NYPD officer. Her family's story is a cautionary tale. With the Alton Sterling and Philand...
In Response to Trump, Another Dangerous Movement Appears: The "too much democracy" train rolls on. Last week's Brexit vote prompted pundits and social media mavens to wonder aloud if allowing dumb people to vote is a good thing. Now, the cover story in The Atlantic magazine features the most aggressive offering yet in an alarming series of intellect...
Interests, Ideology And Climate – NYTimes.com – Paul Krugman: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/09/opinion/krugman-interests-ideology-and-climate.html?emc=edit_th_20140609&nl=todaysheadlines&nlid=26842820&_r=0
How a Big Agribusiness Firm Infiltrated the EPA and Made a Mockery of Science: Regardless of who tried to bring the toxicity truth to light, the power of corporate money and resources controlled the science and the government approvals. It remains legal today. There is a good question in the article. It asks, why the burden of proof is not on Syngenta to positively prov...
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