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Post Date: 2011-10-06 23:21:49 by A K A Stone
Ron Paul: Economy Is Biased Against The Poor, Middle Class
Post Date: 2011-10-06 19:31:24 by Brian S
Texas congressman and Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul said Thursday on CNN that the U.S. economic system was biased against the poor and middle-class. Paul was asked about a comment made by his fellow presidential candidate, Hermain Cain, who said that people should only blame themselves for not having a job and not being rich. I imagine that applies to a few people in this country, he said. But I dont come at it that way, because the system has been biased against the middle-class and the poor. GA_googleFillSlot('RS_V3_STORY_EMBEDDED_300_2');Paul explained that the deeply flawed Keynesian economic system of the U.S. had ...
Fox News Crew Maced and Beaten On Wall Street As Jon Stewart Mocks Fox’s Coverage Of Occupy Wall Street
Post Date: 2011-10-06 15:21:01 by Brian S
As News Hounds has reported, Fox News has been dismissive of the Occupy Wall Street protests springing up across the nation. This seems odd, considering how much free publicity the unfair and balanced network gave to the astro-turfed Teabagger protests. Contrast that with Occupy Wall Street, which appears totally organic: A few weeks ago most people knew nothing of it and it has been growing daily, despite getting very little coverage in the MSM. This has obviously spooked the Fox News Channel because it has yet to accurately report on the protests. Instead the so-called news channel has employed the spin and ridicule for which its known when something disturbs ...
Democrat Forces House Vote On Resolution Demanding Perry Apology Over Hunting Camp Name
Post Date: 2011-10-06 15:14:41 by Brian S
WASHINGTON The uproar over the name of a hunting camp once leased by the family of Republican presidential hopeful Rick Perry reached the House floor on Thursday, as lawmakers derailed an effort to demand that Perry apologize. The five-page resolution offered by Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., D-Ill., was aimed at the name "Niggerhead" that was painted on a rock outside the Texas camp. The measure called on Perry, the Texas governor, to apologize for not immediately removing the rock and for taking people there to hunt. It also called on Perry's GOP presidential rivals to condemn the rock. Perry has said the name is offensive. He said that after he saw it, in 1983 or 1984, ...
Olbermann: Media ‘Too Corrupt Or Too Dense’ To Understand ‘Occupy Wall Street’
Post Date: 2011-10-06 11:41:37 by Brian S
Keith Olbermann blasted the mainstream media on his show Wednesday night for being either too corrupt or too dense to understand the Occupy Wall Street movement. Numerous media outlets repeated the criticism that the protest had no specific purpose or demands. Fox News host Charles Gasparino called the protest idiotic and CNN anchor Erin Burnett mocked the demonstration in her debut. The New York Times had described the protest as a noble but fractured and airy movement of rightly frustrated young people whose purpose was virtually impossible to decipher. Here is what Occupy Wall Street says and wants, Olbermann ...
Republican Star Rubio Rules Out Vice President Bid
Post Date: 2011-10-05 19:56:49 by Brian S
WASHINGTON Up-and-coming Republican Senator Marco Rubio on Wednesday ruled out the possibility of running as a vice-presidential candidate in 2012, scotching widespread speculation he will appear on the ticket. Despite being near the top of any list of potential running mates for the eventual Republican nominee, 40-year-old Rubio said he was happy being a senator for Florida. Im not going to be the vice presidential nominee, he told an audience in Washington. If someone were to ask him, Rubio said, the answer is going to be no. Rubios supporters say he would invigorate any Republican ticket and give the party a huge boost in the key battleground ...
Ron Paul Calls Occupy Wall Street A ‘Legitimate Effort’
Post Date: 2011-10-05 19:54:33 by Brian S
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul said Wednesday that the Occupy Wall Street protests were a legitimate effort, but he wasnt exactly sure what they are outraged about. I cant speak for the people out there because I dont know who they are or exactly what they are demonstrating against, Paul told the Nation Press Club. I can argue the case for their right to express their outright frustration with what is going on. Some are liberals and some are conservatives and some are libertarians and some are strict constitutionalists. And if you read carefully over what Ive written over the past 10 or 15 years, I talk a lot about this, ...
Sanders Skewers The ‘Class Warfare’ Of America’s ‘Economic Royalists’
Post Date: 2011-10-05 17:18:34 by Brian S
Appearing on Tuesday nights edition of Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) felt the need to correct former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney on the Occupy Wall Street movement. Earlier that day, the former Massachusetts governor labeled the protest dangerous and class warfare. The irony is that Romney is right, class warfare is being waged in America today. Sanders said. The problem is, the wrong side is winning. GA_googleFillSlot('RS_V3_STORY_EMBEDDED_300_2');In America now you have the most unequal distribution of income and wealth of any major country on Earth, with the top 400 wealthiest people owning more ...
Cain’s 9-9-9 Arithmetic Raises Revenue Generation Questions
Post Date: 2011-10-05 15:14:19 by Brian S
Herman Cains bid for the Republican presidential nomination is fueled in part by his proposed U.S. tax code overhaul that tax policy veterans say doesnt add up. His proposal is gaining attention after a Washington Post- ABC News poll released yesterday found that Cain is tied for second place with Texas Governor Rick Perry among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents. A Quinnipiac University poll published today has Cain in second place and Perry in third. In campaign stops, Cain touts his 9-9-9 plan as a concept that will lead to a fairer tax system. The proposal would tax sales transactions and gross income for individuals and businesses at 9 percent while ...
From Wall St. to K Street: Protests Kick Off In Washington DC October 6
Post Date: 2011-10-05 14:49:34 by Brian S
The Occupy Wall Street uprising that began one month ago with just 200 protesters has sparked a wave of occupations across the country. In cities like San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Memphis, Baltimore and beyond, people are joining forces in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street to demand an end to corporate dominance of Americas economic and political system that has left the poor and working class suffering under the weight of massive debt, joblessness, foreclosure and an uncertain future.As Occupy Wall Street continues to bring the struggle for economic and social justice directly to Americas financial district, there is another movement called October 2011 that plans to ...
Putting Pundits to Shame: Protesters Know Exactly What They're Fighting For
Post Date: 2011-10-05 14:42:57 by Brian S
Their style may not have been as mainstream as the retirees attending a Glenn Beck rally, but they knew precisely what they were there for. By Joshua Holland It should come as a surprise to nobody that the corporate media's early coverage of the Occupy Wall Street movement has featured an abundance of hippie-punching but very little about the substantive issues driving thousands of Americans to take over the streets of cities across the country. As I approached the 30 or so activists who have been camped out for weeks in front of the Federal Reserve Building as part of OccupySF a protest smaller than those in New York, Boston or Los Angeles I'd been primed by news ...
Ailes: 'I hired Sarah Palin because she was hot and got ratings'
Post Date: 2011-10-05 13:01:42 by Skip Intro
Roger Ailes tells the AP that there was nothing political in his decision to hire Sarah Palin as a Fox News contributor. I hired Sarah Palin because she was hot and got ratings, he told Frazier Moore, APs television writer, in a long and wide-ranging interview. A television producer at heart, he offers an equally apolitical explanation of why Fox News has so thoroughly dominated its cable news competition for so long. "The consistency of our product," Ailes sums up matter-of-factly. "I think we do better television than the other guys, and no matter how we do it, they don't seem to catch up. We seem to out-invent them and think ahead of them, and ...
Rumsfeld Feuds With Al Jazeera Reporter: It’s Your Nature To Be Pejorative
Post Date: 2011-10-05 11:41:52 by Brian S
Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld had a less than cordial interview with Al Jazeera reporter Abderrahim Foukara this week. Do you think the numbers of US troops that you went into Iraq with did absolve you from the responsibility of tens, maybe hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqis killed by the coalition and those criminals you talked about? Foukara asked Rumsfeld. Give me a straight answer. You can characterize my answers any way you want, Rumsfeld responded. And you do it in a pejorative way. No, I do it respectfully, Foukara shot back. No, you dont at all, Rumsfeld said. Obviously, you ...
Anonymous Warns Against Planned Cyber Attack On New York Stock Exchange (false flag op?)
Post Date: 2011-10-04 19:12:37 by Brian S
Websites and Twitter accounts associated with the hacktivist collective Anonymous have warned that a planned cyber attack on New York Stock Exchange would be ineffective, hurt the image of the Occupy Wall Street movement and likely result in arrests. An Anonymous YouTube video began circulating on the Internet Monday that claimed the hacktivists had declared war on the New York Stock Exchange in an operation called Invade Wall Street. We can no longer stay silent as the population is being exploited and forced to make sacrifices in the name of profit, the video said. We will show the world that we are true to our word. On ...
AFL-CIO President: GOP ‘Started The War On Working Americans’
Post Date: 2011-10-04 19:05:03 by Brian S
Rallying attendees on the second afternoon of the Take Back The American Dream summit, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka said of Republicans, If they want to have a debate on class warfare, well have that debate, because It wasnt our class that started the war on working Americans. Trumka used his time to illustrate many of the examples of what he termed the strange morality of the modern economy, from mass layoffs at Bank of America despite record profits to narratives in which the jobless are blamed for the unemployment crisis. He also noted that, The years from 1997-2010 represented the first protracted decline in family ...
The Pro-Hunger Lobby - GOP Frontrunners Fight Aid for Starving Americans
Post Date: 2011-10-04 18:50:12 by Brian S
"We don't want to turn the safety net into a hammock that lulls people to lives of complacencies and dependencies, into a permanent condition where they never get on their feet." -Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) "I get home and realize I'm hungry. No need to ask myself what I feel like eating. It will be Farina for breakfast - all week long." - Sheila Steffen, reporter attempting to subsist on food stamps for a week. The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), otherwise known as food stamps, is one of the most efficient, effective, penny-pinching programs in today's government-scape. Food stamps have cushioned the recession's blow for the 45 ...
Palin-Cain 2012? Palin independent ticket?
Post Date: 2011-10-04 17:12:50 by Brian S
In the near-absence of any sign that Sarah Palin is actively considering a GOP primary campaign, the good folks at Conservatives4Palin come up with this alternative scenario to keep hope alive: [T]he possibility of an independent run does make sense and to delay the anouncement of her candidacy may simply be part of a bigger plan. Sarah Palin promised this to be a very unconventional election cycle. Creating a third party fits that narrative. ... Continue Reading Political parties always fear a rogue third party challenge for one big reason it splits the votes. In the case of 2012, it is almost like handing President Obama a second term by default. This would certainly be ...
Tea Party Nation Stands With Hank Williams After He Gets Pulled From ESPN For Comparing Obama To Hitler
Post Date: 2011-10-04 13:27:46 by Brian S
ESPN dropped Hank Williams Jr.s well-known Are You Ready for Some Football? opening song for Monday Night Football last night after the country singer compared President Obama to Hitler earlier in the day and called the president and vice president the enemy. Shortly after Williams made the comments on Fox & Friends yesterday morning, ESPN said in a statement, We are extremely disappointed with his comments, and as a result have decided to pull the open from tonights telecast. Williams, a staunch conservative who is reportedly considering a GOP Senate run in Tennessee, said his comments were misunderstood, yet he ...
Christie Said to Have Decided He Won’t Run
Post Date: 2011-10-04 11:45:34 by Brian S
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will announce that he wont run for president in 2012, according to a Republican briefed by members of Christies administration. The person wasnt authorized to speak for the governor and declined to be identified. Christie, who has been contemplating entering the presidential race, has scheduled a 1 p.m. press conference at the state Capitol in Trenton. Kevin Roberts, a spokesman for the governor, declined to say the purpose of the meeting with reporters. The 49-year-old Republican has said repeatedly that he would have to commit suicide to convince people he wont seek higher office. While on a national round of ...
Madonna reportedly set to perform at Super Bowl XLVI halftime show
Post Date: 2011-10-03 17:15:37 by Skip Intro
Madonna reportedly set to perform at Super Bowl XLVI halftime show More than seven years later, it's safe to say the NFL has officially moved from the "wardrobe malfunction." For the second straight year, the Super Bowl stage is set to welcome a female performer with sex appeal as the 2004 incident with Janet Jackson continues to fade away. According to SBNation.com, it's reportedly another '80s and '90s pop queen -- Madonna -- who will get the nod to sing and dance in '12 at halftime of Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis' Lucas Oil Stadium. The Material Girl will be the follow up to Fergie, who performed as part of the Black Eyed Peas in Super Bowl XLV at ...
Marines To Stand With Wall Street Protesters
Post Date: 2011-10-03 17:03:25 by Brian S
In his speech to the Take Back The American Dream conference Monday, former Obama advisor Van Jones held up the Occupy Wall Street movement as an example of what progressives could do to force change. Im not mad at [the tea party] for being so loud, he said. Im mad at us for being so quiet the last two years. Something just came across the news wire, Jones announced. Its an extraordinary thing. We know we have the young folks and the struggling folks who are down there on Wall Street
They went down there to the scene of the crime against our future. They went down there and they have been camping in ...
Christie Comes Clean on Trips as New Jersey Governor Seeks Cash Nationwide
Post Date: 2011-10-03 13:43:01 by Brian S
New Jersey Governor Chris Christies bid to raise money nationwide for Republicans as he considers a presidential run is forcing him to divulge details on out-of- state trips that he had previously kept secret. Christie, 49, has made at least 35 political appearances outside New Jersey since he took office in January 2010, according to a review of his public schedule, published reports and Republican State Committee finance records filed with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission. Those trips became a political issue after Christies June attendance at a private Colorado gathering hosted by the Tea- Party-backing Koch brothers came to light. Christie, who pledged a ...
GOP Mega-Donor Koch Brothers' Company Tied To Global Criminal Misdeeds In Bombshell Article
Post Date: 2011-10-02 18:36:21 by Brian S
A just-published bombshell article in the November issue of Bloomberg Markets magazine implicates Koch Industries, the company controlled by Republican mega-donors Charles and David Koch, in dozens of criminal acts around the globe over the past three decades. According the report, company officials have been caught paying bribes to win contracts, trading with Iran in violation of the U.S. embargo, price-fixing, neglecting safety and ignoring environmental regulations. The billionaire brothers are major donors to FreedomWorks, the Cato Institute, and dozens of other conservative think-tanks and nonprofits. They have also been tied to several independent expenditure groups ...
Perry Suggests U.S. Military Role In Mexico Drug War
Post Date: 2011-10-02 13:46:54 by Brian S
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (Reuters) Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry said on Saturday he would get the U.S. military involved in Mexicos war with drug cartels, in comments likely to upset the Mexican government. The remarks appear to be a new misstatement on foreign policy by Perry, the Texas governor who is struggling to hold on to the mantle of frontrunner for the Republican nomination. Perry said that as president he would work with Mexico in the same way that the United States has worked with Colombia to combat drug cartels. The way that we were able to stop the drug cartels in Colombia was with a coordinated effort, he said in a campaign speech ...
Cain: Perry ‘Insensitive’ For ‘Niggerhead’ Ranch Sign
Post Date: 2011-10-02 13:44:11 by Brian S
Herman Cain on Sunday slammed fellow Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry over a sign on his ranch that used a racial slur. The Washington Post reported Saturday that in the early years of political career, Perry had hosted hunting parties at his familys ranch, a place known as Niggerhead. A sign bearing that name had been at the entrance of the ranch when Perrys father painted over it in the 1980s. GA_googleFillSlot('RS_V3_STORY_EMBEDDED_300_2');That is very insensitive, Cain told ABCs Christian Amanpour Sunday. There are some words that do not basically inspire the kind of negativity like that particular word. I know that you ...
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