Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Sarah Silverman: Stand your ground – with the Black NRA (video)

Watch Video Here:  Sarah Silverman: Stand your ground – with the Black NRA (video)

The Second Amendment is for everyone, right? Join Sarah Silverman and support everyone’s right to life, so a young black man — armed with a gun for self defense — can wear a hoodie and walk to the store for Skittles without fearing for his safety. The Black NRA: Because we all need to stand our ground!

Mom as the New Face of Anarchy? Police Terrorize Americans Who Object to Right-Wing Lunacy by Using "Anarchist" Label

Via: The Norman Goldman Show
  THEY can call names all they want ("socialist") because they are special. When WE call them names, OH NO, how dare you??!!?? http://www.alternet.org/activism/anarchist-and-communist-labels

Barbara Parramore, mother of AlterNet editor Lynn Parramore.
 Read Article here: http://www.alternet.org/activism/anarchist-and-communist-labels

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Breaking my Heart

WINE + INTERNET + NO BULLSHIT + racist stupid fucks -OH WHAT A GREAT NIGHT Shoot down the ......breaks my heart to see/hear/read hatred......just breaks my heart.....l know all of you are better than that......liberal......conservative....yadda...yadda....names....names,,,,insert here....whatever.......i am in the middle and the middle is being moved........you may 'think' l am on one side or the other.....but l am more in the middle than you think......middle is being moved my friend...........money rules now.....money buys news stations.....DE-regulation = paid lies to be feared as truth......follow the money....watch the commercials who funds the shows.......who is REALLY BEING controlled....huh??? Dont look down to blame your problems......look up....look up....look up to who is spurting these tales.......

 dunno why love, acceptance, and understanding is soooooo alien to ppl.......we dont have to be this way.....besides.....UNITED WE STAND.....DIVIDED WE FALL!! GoodNight!!

Saturday, November 2, 2013

Cost to the Average Tax Payer per Year

via: http://www.facebook.com/crooksandliars.site

Robert Reich: Today, more than 47 million Americans lose some or all of their food stamp benefits

Robert Reich   http://www.facebook.com/RBReich
Today, more than 47 million Americans lose some or all of their food stamp benefits because Congress can’t agree on a new farm bill. Most are in families whose breadwinners have a job but the job doesn’t pay enough to lift them out of poverty. Almost 22 percent of America’s children are now poor, and the typical family continues to lose ground. In fact, most Americans are still hurting: In the most recent Washington Post-ABC poll, 75 percent rated the state of the economy as “negative” or “poor.” So why does Congress continue to whack away at services so many Americans desperately need? Why is all the discussion in Washington about deficits instead of about jobs and inequality? I blame Republicans but Democrats in Washington bear some of the responsibility. In last year’s fiscal cliff debate neither party pushed to extend the payroll tax holiday or find other ways to help the working middle class and working poor. Here’s a clue: A new survey of families in the top 10 percent of net worth (done by the American Affluence Research Center) shows they’re feeling better than they’ve felt since 2007, before the Great Recession -- largely because they own 80 percent of the stock market, and the stock market is up 24 percent this year. The top 10 percent provide almost all campaign contributions. And almost all members of Congress are drawn from their ranks. The bottom 90 percent of Americans -- most of whom are still suffering from the Great Recession -- are less and less visible.

Robert Reich: Why we Need the Affordable Care Act in the first place

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 Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, writes in a new email that “Barack Obama knowingly and repeatedly lied to Americans.” Priebus and other Republicans are piling on the President for saying about the Affordable Care Act that “if you like your insurance plan you can keep it,” in light of millions of Americans in the private-insurance market (covering about 5 percent of us) now seeing their rates soar or policies cancelled. What Priebus and other Republicans don’t say is that even before the Act went into effect, individual insurance plans typically had to be renewed annually, many were cancelled without warning, and year-to-year rates were already soaring. The Act allows insurers to continue offering their old plans, but many insurers are choosing not to. In other words, the Act isn’t the culprit; the insurers are. Obama is being skewered for failing to warn Americans what they should already have known: that the market for private insurance is totally unreliable. Which is why we needed the Affordable Care Act in the first place (and why it would have been even better as a single-payer add-on to Medicare and Social Security).