Pacific Northwest Anti-Fascist Workers Collective
Why doesn't the SPLC list antifa as a hate group?
"The SPLC condemns violence in all its forms, including the violent acts of far-left street movements like antifa (short for anti-fascist). But the propensity for violence, though present in many hate groups, is not among the criteria for listing. Also, antifa groups do not promote hatred based on race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity (see criteria above)."
New report: The economy will create 10.4 million new jobs under Hillarys proposal
I went and found the reports
the secretarys plan. During her presidency,
the economy would create 10.4 million
jobs, 3.2 million more than under current
Evident from her proposals is the belief
that the country needs to invest more in
education, infrastructure and workers,
and that the well-to-do, and to a lesser
degree financial institutions and businesses,
should pay for it. While her budget
arithmetic does not completely add up, it
is pretty close, and the nations debt load
under her plan is no different than under
Nonetheless, the upshot of our analysis
is that Secretary Clintons economic policies
when taken together will result in a stronger
U.S. economy under almost any scenario..
Having said this, what he is asking for is
fiscally unsound. His tax and spending proposals
will result in very large deficits and a
much higher debt load. A future Congress
may be able to rein in this profligacy, but it
will not be easy, as there is a gulf between
what he says he wants on taxes and spending
and what it will take to make the budget
The upshot of Mr. Trumps economic
policy positions under almost any scenario is
that the U.S. economy will be more isolated
He needs to know how to answer these regarding breaking up big banks, they have not been secret:
Four questions to ask before breaking up the banks
Question One: Can I Keep My Bank?
Question Two: How Does a Global Business Like 3M Bank?
Question Three: What Does This Mean for U.S. Capital Markets and Debt Issuers such as Minnesota?
Question Four: Are We Sure Dodd-Frank Isnt solving the problem?
Ive been listening to Norman for several years, first hearing him when he filled in now and then for Ed Schultz, and when they had phone chats regarding legal issues. I often have to take Norm with a grain of salt and he can get on ones nerves, but I have subscribed to his radio show podcast for the last couple of years. He has a Facebook page, twitter presence etc. and offers a free app, yada yada
I have no affiliation to him.
He streams his show live as well (3-6 PM Pacific), and he offers the archived first hour of his shows for free steaming at his web page.
That being said, I think the first hour of April 4 one of the best I have ever heard. It involves HRC and BS, and the fact that party still matters. That plus his interaction with his first caller Matt, who is also excellent, makes it one of the best hours Ive listened to in years. Ive replayed it a couple of times already.
Norm's Show Open Plus Free Hour April 4th 2016
posted on: 4/4/2016
BTW; If you hate Norman and cant stand him you dont have to let me know I dont care.
Just to be clear, Im not suggesting that Donald Trump has any better idea about what the country needs; hes just peddling another fantasy, this one involving the supposed power of belligerence. But at least hes acknowledging the real problems ordinary Americans face, not lecturing them on their moral failings. And thats an important reason hes winning.
This, in a nutshell, is why I keep saying (and get alerted on) that Sander supporters are like Trump supporters. Both have the same 'you've been beat up by the system' message but with no distinct ideas that have a scintilla of a chance of becoming reality. Most Democrats are still living in reality and that's why HRC is winning.
Thats why Im a Hillary man. Time to move forward.
I see a lot of these type of results being passed around as real.
Warning: Propaganda Sites Are Spreading Deceptive Bernie vs Hillary Poll Results
At some point on Tuesday, word got out via Facebook that Reuters has a new national poll showing Bernie Sanders leading Hillary Clinton nationally by, well, the numbers vary greatly. And why do the numbers vary so much? Because nearly everyone who's posted the poll results so far are being either deliberately misleading or they probably shouldn't be messing around with an interactive polling app .
It appears as if we're witnessing the next evolution of the fake news site. A year ago or so, we observed how non-satirical fake sites cynically deceived readers for the sake of generating clicks via social media. And now the same model is being applied to the 2016 presidential campaign. Sure, US Uncut and the like are a little more grounded in reality, but not enough reality to make it trustworthy.
All that matters are clicks. Facts and honesty be damned.