Bernie Sanders announces he is running for president of the United States and calls on Americans from all over the nation to join him in building a massive grassroots movement. But is he electable? Here is the announcement: https://youtu.be/s7DRwz0cAt0 by O Society Feb 19, 2019 Sanders' announcement today - he is indeed running for president … Continue reading Can Bernie Sanders Win? Can We?
by Caitlin Johnstone Jan 21, 2019 On the 18th of November, 1964, the FBI’s appallingly corrupt boss J. Edgar Hoover denounced Martin Luther King Jr. as “the most notorious liar in the country.” A few days later, a Hoover deputy named William Sullivan wrote King a letter posing as a disillusioned follower and using powerful, manipulative … Continue reading Far from being Non-Partisan: Admission by FBI Veteran Shows Why The FBI Probably Should Not Exist
by Naomi LaChance Truthdig Jan 5, 2018 In an effort to fund policies that would reduce fossil fuel and carbon emissions within the next 12 years, Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York has proposed a tax rate on the super-rich that is more moderate than U.S. tax policy during parts of the 20th century. In … Continue reading Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Proposes Perfectly American Tax on Ultra-Rich
by Jimmy Carter Washington Post January 2, 2019 Forty years ago, Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping and I normalized diplomatic relations between the People’s Republic of China and the United States, putting an end to three decades of hostility. This led to an era distinguished by peace in East Asia and the Pacific region. China’s spectacular economic growth, … Continue reading How to Repair the US-China Relationship – and Prevent a Modern Cold War
by Gary Sick New York Times SUSPICIONS about a deal between the Reagan campaign and Iran over the hostages have circulated since the day of President Reagan's inaugural, when Iran agreed to release the 52 American hostages exactly five minutes after Mr. Reagan took the oath of office. Later, as it became known that arms … Continue reading October Surprise: The Election Story of the Decade
The Election Story of the Decade The October Surprise refers to a plot to influence the outcome of the 1980 United States presidential election, contested between incumbent president Jimmy Carter (D–GA) and his opponent, former California governor Ronald Reagan (R–CA). One of the leading national issues during that year was the release of 52 Americans being … Continue reading October Surprise – George HW Bush Denied Everything
immy Carter finishes his Saturday night dinner, salmon and broccoli casserole on a paper plate, flashes his famous toothy grin and calls playfully to his wife of 72 years, Rosalynn: “C’mon, kid.” She laughs and takes his hand, and they walk carefully through a neighbor’s kitchen filled with 1976 campaign buttons, photos of world leaders … Continue reading Jimmy Carter lives Modestly in His Georgia Hometown