As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump square off in a series of debates in one of the most polarized U.S. elections to date, Democracy Now! has broken the sound barrier by expanding the debate—including major third party candidates shut out by the corporate-sponsored Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD).
“There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” ― Søren Kierkegaard https://thepeaceresource.wordpress.com/2016/01/23/fool-me-once/ “The minute … Continue reading
“Eight more years of 27 or more simultaneous expanding wars will be unprecedented since World War Two. These avoidable conflicts will bankrupt the nation and create more enemies.”
If you are tired of wage theft, slave labor and working poverty… abandon the corporate cons and war-profiteers who have brought us 27 unnecessary wars
“Do not surrender to eight more years of war with a Republican or a Democrat.
We cannot afford to make this wrong choice.
There are more of us than there are of them.”
““If we do not topple the corporate elites the ecosystem will be destroyed and massive numbers of human beings along with it.””
“We can shut down wars of choice and invest trillions in people, infrastructure, human services, research and environmental reconstruction. Restoration of human rights and investment in people will create jobs with justice and all ships will rise.”
” American foreign policy has become a global assassination program, using bombs, drones and CIA and pentagon espionage to attack smaller and less powerful nations for profit.”
This insanity in this bizarre means the United States is arming both sides of an artificial conflict to sell munitions.
“Liberal supporters of Sanders who … flippantly cast concerns about his collusion with the Pentagon establishment aside with “no one is perfect” or “better than Hillary” refrains, should scrutinize their own values, and answer how they rank more refugees, corpses and amputees in the Middle East and Africa against largely unenforceable rhetoric about “standing up to Wall Street.”