2018-09-05: Social Media Postees

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Brett Kavanaugh Must Answer These Questions
Jon Wiener | thenation.com | 2018-09-05
Brett Kavanaugh Must Answer These Questions appeared first on The Nation.
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New Midterm Election Polls Have Bad News for Trump and the GOP
Shared by Cherise | truthout.org | 2018-09-05
A pair of recent polls reveal that President Donald Trump's approval ratings are dangerously low for the Republican Party… and that this is having a measurable impact on their prospects in the upcoming midterm elections. | Democrats are currently ahead of Republicans by an average of six points in major congressional districts that are considered to be toss ups, according to a recent poll by Morning Consult. While Republicans have an edge over Democrats in districts that lean Republican, this amounts to a mere two point advantage. | Perhaps more ominously, Trump's approval rating is underwater in a number of states where Republicans need to perform well in November, including North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Ohio and Wisconsin. He is also on average underwater in districts that are regarded as toss-ups (42 percent approve of him in those districts, compared to 55 percent…
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Do Some Americans Actually Prefer Gridlock When It Comes to Federal Governance?
Alex Henderson, AlterNet | alternet.org | 2018-09-05
Not all Americans believe gridlock is a bad thing. | Nixon/Kennedy health plan, had it not been derailed by Watergate, would have been more comprehensive than the Affordable Care Act of 2010, a. k. a. Obamacare. But the type of bipartisan cooperation that Nixon and Kennedy showed in the 1970s is a rarity in 2018, when the U. S. ' partisan divide is angrier, nastier and more bitter than ever. If Democrats retake the House of Representatives. . .
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Democrats Find Their Spine at the Kavanaugh Hearings–but Will It Last?
Joan Walsh | thenation.com | 2018-09-05
Democrats Find Their Spine at the Kavanaugh Hearings–but Will It Last? appeared first on The Nation.
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Nancy Pelosi Promises That Democrats Will Handcuff the Democratic Agenda If They Retake the House
David Dayen | theintercept.com | 2018-09-05
In the first outline of the legislative agenda House Democrats would pursue if they take the majority in November, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi has made the public a big promise, vowing to handcuff her party's progressive ambitions, including in the event that a Democratic president succeeds Donald Trump, by resurrecting the "pay-go" rule that mandates all new spending is offset with budget cuts or tax increases. | Along the way, she is playing into the hands of Republican strategists eager to warn voters that Democrats' top priority is raising taxes. | Forcing budget offsets for every piece of legislation would make it more difficult for Democrats to pass a host of liberal agenda items, from "Medicare for All" to tuition-free public college. It continues a trend of Democrats caring far more about deficits than Republicans, constraining the activist impulses of liberal policymakers while…
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Here Are 5 Things Democrats Must Consider About Impeaching President Trump
Alex Henderson, AlterNet | alternet.org | 2018-09-05
Impeachment, as Watergate-era veterans remember all too well, is not an easy matter. | In Judge Amy Berman Jackson's federal courtroom in Washington, DC, jury selection is now underway in the second trial of President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort–who, on August 21, was convicted of eight criminal charges (including. . .
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Texas Lawsuit Could Mean Life or Death for the Affordable Care Act
Shared by Cherise | truthout.org | 2018-09-05
Wednesday is looking like yet another pivotal day in the life-or-death saga that has marked the history of the Affordable Care Act. | In a Texas courtroom, a group of Republican attorneys general, led by Texas' Ken Paxton, are set to face off against a group of Democratic attorneys general, led by California's Xavier Becerra, in a lawsuit aimed at striking down the federal health law. The Republicans say that when Congress eliminated the penalty for not having health insurance as part of last year's tax bill, lawmakers rendered the entire health law unconstitutional. The Democrats argue that's not the case. | But first, the sides will argue before U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor in Fort Worth, Texas, whether the health law should be put on hold while the case is litigated. The GOP plaintiffs are seeking a "preliminary injunction" on the law.
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More Than $300,000 Has Been Pledged Against Susan Collins If She Votes for Brett Kavanaugh
Zaid Jilani | theintercept.com | 2018-09-05
As hearings on Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh are underway, activists have raised $330,000 and counting of pledged money for a future challenger to Republican Sen. Susan Collins, a critical swing vote. | Progressive activist Ady Barkan, who has the impairing condition of Lou Gehrig's disease, spent the last five months crisscrossing the United States to campaign against Republicans who supported Donald Trump's tax law. | In mid-August, he announced an innovative tactic for pressuring Maine's Collins to vote "no" on Kavanaugh's confirmation. Using the website CrowdPac — which allows users to pledge a certain amount of campaign funding should certain conditions be met — the campaign announced that it would be collecting pledges for a future Democratic challenger to Collins. | The pledges only activate (and then users are charged) if Collins votes in favor of…
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German Left Launches Bold New Political Movement
Staff | truthdig.com | 2018-09-05
Echoing the Sanders and Corbyn insurgencies in the U.S. and England, Stand Up aims to confront a "crisis of democracy." | The post German Left Launches Bold New Political Movement appeared first on Truthdig: Expert Reporting, Current News, Provocative Columnists.
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As Amazon Hits $1 Trillion in Value, Its Warehouse Workers Denounce "Slavery" Conditions
Democracy Now! | democracynow.org | 2018-09-05
Amazon made headlines Tuesday when it became the second American company, after Apple, to reach $1 trillion in value. Amazon's founder and chief executive, Jeff Bezos, is the richest man in the world, with a net worth of more than $167 billion. But what's behind that wealth? What about its workers? The working conditions in Amazon's warehouses have been the focus of protests, union drives and several investigations–including by student reporters. As students throughout the country head back to class, we feature an investigative report by students at the Rutgers University Department of Journalism and Media…
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Campaign Season Is Moving Into High Gear — But Your vote May Not Count As Much As You Think
The Conversation | alternet.org | 2018-09-05
The more undemocratic tendencies of the US electoral system are growing stronger. As the midterm campaign season enters its final stage, it turns out that some votes count more than others. | As we enter the traditional, post-Labor Day sprint in the campaign season, voters may want to consider how much their vote really counts. In the United States, the difference between the popular will and political representation is growing and some votes count. . .
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Ayanna Pressley Wins a Fight for the Soul of the Democratic Party
John Nichols | thenation.com | 2018-09-05
Ayanna Pressley Wins a Fight for the Soul of the Democratic Party appeared first on The Nation.
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Chaos Greets Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearing as Protesters & Dems Demand Postponement
Democracy Now! | democracynow.org | 2018-09-05
Protests, arrests and repeated calls from Democratic senators to adjourn the proceedings. That's how confirmation hearings began Tuesday for Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's pick to fill Justice Anthony Kennedy's seat on the Supreme Court. We begin our look at the hearings with Heidi Sieck, co-founder of the national organization VoteProChoice, who was the first member of the public to enter the Kavanaugh hearings on Tuesday and was removed after she protested, along with dozens of others who interrupted the proceedings.
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Change comes to Boston: Ayanna Pressley makes history
Chauncey K. Robinson | peoplesworld.org | 2018-09-05
History continues to be made across the country as an unprecedented number of women of color, particularly Black women, are running for and winning public office. Ayanna Pressley has added her story to this game-changing moment in time, with her victory against House veteran Michael Capuano to secure the Democratic…
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Chaos Greets the First Day of the Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearing
Shared by Cherise | truthout.org | 2018-09-05
Protests, arrests and repeated calls from Democratic senators to adjourn the proceedings. That's how confirmation hearings began Tuesday for Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's pick to fill Justice Anthony Kennedy's seat on the Supreme Court. We begin our look at the hearings with Heidi Sieck, co-founder of the national organization VoteProChoice, who was the first member of the public to enter the Kavanaugh hearings on Tuesday and was removed after she protested, along with dozens of others who interrupted the proceedings. | Transcript: | JUAN GONZàÅLEZ: Protests, arrests and repeated calls from Democratic senators to adjourn the proceedings. That's how confirmation hearings began Tuesday for Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's pick to fill Justice Anthony Kennedy's seat on the Supreme Court. As the meeting got underway, demonstrators immediately stood up and interrupted Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Charles Grassley. | LINDA SARSOUR: This…
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Meet Fred Guttenberg, the Grieving Parkland Father Who Says Kavanaugh Rebuffed Him at Senate Hearing
Democracy Now! | democracynow.org | 2018-09-05
When Fred Guttenberg approached Judge Brett Kavanaugh during Tuesday's Supreme Court confirmation hearings to talk about his daughter Jaime, who was shot and killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre on Valentine's Day, he hoped to shake the nominee's hand and start a conversation. Instead, Kavanaugh turned his back and walked away. We speak with Fred Guttenberg about Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing and his record on the Second Amendment.
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Exposed: Undercover Reporter at Amazon Warehouse Found Abusive Conditions & No Bathroom Breaks
Democracy Now! | democracynow.org | 2018-09-05
Independent Senator Bernie Sanders has targeted Amazon for its role in widening the wage gap in the United States, and this week he is expected to unveil legislation requiring large employers like Amazon to cover the cost of federal assistance received by their employees. We speak with journalist James Bloodworth, who spent a month working undercover as a "picker" in an Amazon order fulfillment center and found workers were urinating in bottles because they were discouraged from taking bathroom breaks. His new book is "Hired: Six Months Undercover in Low-Wage Britain."
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Here's How Russian Propaganda Trolls Act Differently Online from Regular People
The Conversation | alternet.org | 2018-09-05
There are a number of tells. | As information warfare becomes more common, agents of various governments are manipulating social media — and therefore people's thinking, political actions and democracy. Regular people need to know a lot more about what information warriors are doing and how they exert their influence. One group, a Russian government-sponsored troll farm called the Internet Research Agency, was the subject of a federal indictment issued in February, stemming from Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian activities aimed at influencing the 2016 U. S. presidential election. Our recent study of that group's activities reveals that there are some behaviors that might help identify propaganda-spewing trolls and tell them apart from regular internet users. Targeted tweetingWe looked at 27,291 tweets posted by 1,024 Twitter accounts controlled by the Internet Research Agency, based on. . .
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Report Finds Judge Kavanaugh Ruled Against Public Interest in Almost All of His District Court Cases
Democracy Now! | democracynow.org | 2018-09-05
Even as records about Judge Brett Kavanaugh's time in the White House remain concealed, much can be learned from his judicial record. We speak with Robert Weissman, president of Public Citizen, about their analysis of Judge Kavanaugh's opinions in split-decision cases, which found that during his 12 years on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, Kavanaugh decided or wrote an opinion against the public interest 87 percent of the time in split-decision cases dealing with consumer, environmental and worker rights.
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Democrat Leahy Just Hinted at a Smoking Gun to Kavanaugh Perjury Before the Senate in Hidden Documents
Joan McCarter, Daily Kos | alternet.org | 2018-09-05
"I'm concerned because there is evidence that Mr. Miranda provided you with materials that were stolen from me. " | Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) used those reams of hidden and confidential documents related to Supreme Court nominee's Brett Kavanaugh tenure with the George W. B. . .
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Facebook, Twitter Pledge to Defend Against Foreign Intrusion
Staff | truthdig.com | 2018-09-05
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter's Jack Dorsey tell a Senate panel that their platforms plan to use new technologies to combat abuses ahead of the November midterm elections. | The post Facebook, Twitter Pledge to Defend Against Foreign Intrusion appeared first on Truthdig: Expert Reporting, Current News, Provocative Columnists.
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Why Rahm Emanuel decided not to run for re-election
John Wojcik | peoplesworld.org | 2018-09-05
For some Chicago residents who take only past practice as their guide Rahm Emanuel's announcement this week that he will not seek re-election comes as a surprise. City residents are used to having seemingly eternal dynasties running the city. In the early 60's the radio waves here carried jingles about then already-lo…
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So Glad The Grown-Ups are Back in Charge in Argentina
Thomas S. Harrington | counterpunch.org | 2018-09-05
If you've followed Latin American politics at all in the mainstream press, I am sure you've heard and read about how the Kirchners (2003-2015) mismanaged the Argentine economy and how, with the election of Mauricio Macri, the adults were back in the room and the economy was on its way to a more healthy and…
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Extreme Heat Prompts 65 Baltimore School Closures, Student Protests
Shared by Hezvo Mpunga | therealnews.com | 2018-09-05
The closures sparked a debate between students and Republican Gov. Larry Hogan about who is to blame for the lack of air conditioning in city schools | The post Extreme Heat Prompts 65 Baltimore School Closures, Student Protests appeared first on The Real News Network.
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Idlib Will Be Among Key Topics At Talks Between Russian, Turkish And Iranian Presidents In Tehran
SouthFront | iranian.com | 2018-09-05
The situation in the Syrian province of Idlib will be among the key topics at talks between Iranian, Turkish and Russian presidents in Tehran later this week, the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told media on September 4. "The situation in Idlib continues to be a subject of particular concern to Moscow, Damascus, Ankara, and Tehran. […] | The post Idlib Will Be Among Key Topics At Talks Between Russian, Turkish And Iranian Presidents In Tehran appeared fir…
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Video: Who Was Behind Assassination of Donbass Leader
Prof Michel Chossudovsky | globalresearch.ca | 2018-09-05
People in the Ukrainian city of Donetsk bid farewell to the pro-Russia forces' leader, who was killed in a bomb blast Friday. | Mourners gathered in the streets paying their respects by …
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Turkish and US Regimes Allied Against Syria
Stephen Lendman | globalresearch.ca | 2018-09-05
Turkey's alliance of convenience with Russia and Iran on resolving conflict in Syria was always suspect. | Erdogan is a ruthless despot. Moscow and Tehran know the risks of dealing with a …
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U.K. Charges Two Suspected Russian Intelligence Agents in Nerve Agent Attack
Robert Mackey | theintercept.com | 2018-09-05
Two suspected Russian spies were charged on Wednesday with smuggling a Novichok nerve agent into Britain in March and using it to poison a former spy. | The post U.K. Charges Two Suspected Russian Intelligence Agents in Nerve Agent Attack appeared first on The Intercept.
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"Dear Vlad, Is It Something I Said?": The Fierce Rivalry Between John McCain and Vladimir Putin
Adeyinka Makinde | globalresearch.ca | 2018-09-05
The ferocious sense of enmity that existed between John McCain, the late US Senator, and Vladimir Putin, the President of the Russian Federation, was quite palpable. While McCain was …
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Democrats posture over Trump Supreme Court nominee
wsws | wsws.org | 2018-09-05
Tuesday's hearing is the beginning of an extended political farce, in which Democrats pretend to oppose the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh while doing nothing to stop it.
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"Five Eyes" summit in Australia ramps up internet censorship
wsws | wsws.org | 2018-09-05
Ministers from the US-led global surveillance network revealed stepped-up measures against Chinese and Russian "foreign interference" and greater control over social media.
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Washington escalates threats over Syria as Russia bombs Al Qaeda positions
wsws | wsws.org | 2018-09-05
Claims of "humanitarian" concerns and warnings over the use of chemical weapons signal a growing threat of US intervention in defense of the "rebels."
www.wsws.org/en/articles/2018/09/05/syri…

Boston the latest upset as progressive wave sweeps Democratic party
RT | rt.com | 2018-09-05
Across the US, younger, ethnically diverse candidates, many of them with far-left platforms, are reshaping the Democratic Party. However, in liberal Boston, progressivism is nothing new.
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Democrats Can't Run from Identity Politics
Orson Aguilar | progressive.org | 2018-09-04
Political pundits say progressives are alienating working class whites by talking too much about race. They're wrong.
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Indigenous Activists Win "David vs. Goliath" Victory as Court Rejects $4.5B Trans Mountain Pipeline
Democracy Now! | democracynow.org | 2018-09-04
Canada's Federal Court of Appeals has rejected the government's approval to triple the capacity of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline in a major victory for indigenous groups and environmentalists. On Thursday, Justice Eleanor Dawson nullified licensing for the $7.4 billion project and brought construction to a halt until the National Energy Board and the federal government complete court-ordered fixes. Her ruling cited inadequate consultations with indigenous peoples affected by the project, and found the National Energy Board's assessment of the expansion was so flawed that the federal Cabinet should not…
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Misreporting the Climate
Shared by Hezvo Mpunga | therealnews.com | 2018-09-04
Adam Ramsay of Open Democracy explains the ways in which the Media spins the Climate Crisis | The post Misreporting the Climate appeared first on The Real News Network.
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"What Are They Hiding?": Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearings Begin Despite Suppression of 100K Documents
Democracy Now! | democracynow.org | 2018-09-04
Confirmation hearings begin for Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill Justice Anthony Kennedy's seat on the Supreme Court. If he is confirmed, it would likely make the court the most conservative since the 1930s. Kavanaugh is 53 years old and could serve on the Supreme Court for decades to come. Critics warn his confirmation could lead to major rollbacks of civil rights, environmental regulations, gun control measures, voting rights and reproductive rights, including possibly overturning Roe v. Wade. We speak with Kristen Clarke, president and executive director of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. Last…
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Insurgent Challenger Ayanna Pressley Knocks Off Incumbent Mike Capuano on Pledge to Abolish ICE
Eoin Higgins | theintercept.com | 2018-09-04
Ayanna Pressley on Tuesday unseated longstanding incumbent Mike Capuano in Massachusetts's District 7. | Pressley set her sights on Capuano's seat, she said, because she felt that the congressman wasn't providing the kind of leadership that the community deserves. She said that Capuano's insufficient commitment to addressing inequality in the district, his acceptance of corporate money, and his position on the "abolish ICE" movement was out of step with District 7 — the most diverse district in the commonwealth. | Capuano told The Intercept that he stands by his past performance: "I'll compare my record against anybody's," he said. | He quickly conceded the race on Tuesday night. "Clearly the district wanted a lot of change," he said. | For the past 20 years, Capuano has represented the 7th District in Congress, and until now, has never faced a primary challenger.
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Are We Making Elections Less Secure Just to Save Time?
Sam Biddle | theintercept.com | 2018-09-04
Something strange happens on election night. With polls closing, American supporters of both parties briefly, intensely align as one: We all want to know who's going to win, and we don't want to wait one more minute. The ravenous national appetite for an immediate victor, pumped up by frenzied cable news coverage and now Twitter, means delivering hyper-updated results and projections before any official tally is available. But the technologies that help ferry lightning-quick results out of polling places and onto CNN are also some of the riskiest, experts say. | It's been almost two years since Russian military hackers attempted to hijack computers used by both local election officials and VR Systems, an e-voting company that helps make Election Day possible in several key swing states. Since then, reports detailing the potent duo of inherent technical risk and abject negligence…
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Populism Revisited
ADRIAN KUZMINSKI | counterpunch.org | 2018-09-04
Ever since the last presidential election the words "populist" and "populism" have been widely bandied about, mostly as pejorative terms. A populist politician, we often hear, is a demagogue who wins votes by inflaming the resentments and emotions of ordinary people at the expense of rational thought. Those who fall prey to populism are no…
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US Warns Russia And Iran Against Killing "Hundreds Of Thousands" Of Syrians In Idlib
Tyler Durden | iranian.com | 2018-09-04
It seems to happen just about every September and April over the past years: every time the Syrian proxy war seems to have receded from international media attention for a period of a long summer or a winter, a mass attention-grabbing event or massacre happens to suddenly yank the world's (and the White House's) focus right back on […] | The post US Warns Russia And Iran Against Killing "Hundreds Of Thousands" Of Syrians In Idlib appeared first on Th…
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Facebook building a physical 'war room' for US midterm elections 'arms race'
RT | rt.com | 2018-09-04
Facebook is getting ready for the US midterm elections by building a literal "war room" and seeking to win the "arms race" against "bad actors," a company boss said in remarks that seemed like they were pulled from the Cold War.
rt.com/usa/437637-facebook-midterm-war-r…

US push for sanctions of China over treatment of Uyghur minority
wsws | wsws.org | 2018-09-04
Washington's spotlighting of abuses has nothing to do with defending democratic rights but is aimed at stirring anti-Chinese sentiment and encouraging separatist movements in China.
www.wsws.org/en/articles/2018/09/04/uigh…

Millionaire Democrats face off in New York gubernatorial debate
wsws | wsws.org | 2018-09-04
Neither incumbent Governor Andrew Cuomo or his "left" challenger Cynthia Nixon offered any policies to meet the needs of working people.
www.wsws.org/en/articles/2018/09/04/deba…

Boots Riley on His Anti-Capitalist Film "Sorry to Bother You," the Power of Strikes & Class Struggle
Democracy Now! | democracynow.org | 2018-09-03
In a Labor Day special, we air an extended conversation with Boots Riley, writer and director of "Sorry to Bother You," his new film about an evil telemarketing company, a corporation making millions off of slave labor, and one Oakland man at the center of it all who discovers a secret that threatens all of humankind. His dystopian social satire is being hailed as one of the best movies of the summer. Riley is a poet, rapper, songwriter, producer, screenwriter, humorist, political organizer, community activist, lecturer and public speaker–best known as the lead vocalist of The Coup and Street Sweeper Social…
www.democracynow.org/2018/9/3/boots_rile…

How Bannon Bought Brexit
Shared by Hezvo Mpunga | therealnews.com | 2018-09-03
Journalist and author Peter Jukes talks Cambridge Analytica, Hybrid Warfare, Brexit, Trump, Tax Havens, and Russia | The post How Bannon Bought Brexit appeared first on The Real News Network.
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Pundits lose minds over 'bipartisan' candy-sharing moment between George W. Bush & Michelle Obama
RT | rt.com | 2018-09-03
Who knew Democrats and Republicans spoke to each other outside of work hours? Apparently not everyone, since the moment George Bush passed some candy to Michelle Obama at John McCain's funeral sent social media into meltdown.
rt.com/usa/437540-bush-michelle-obama-ca…

Trump warns Assad against 'reckless' attack on Syria's militant-held Idlib
RT | rt.com | 2018-09-03
US President Donald Trump has warned Syrian leader Bashar Assad not to attack Idlib province, one of the last terrorist hideouts in the country, also advising Iran and Russia against taking part in the "potential human tragedy."
rt.com/usa/437551-trump-assad-idlib-warn…

Democrats Need to Show a Whole Lot of Solidarity With Labor in 2018
John Nichols | thenation.com | 2018-09-02
Democrats Need to Show a Whole Lot of Solidarity With Labor in 2018 appeared first on The Nation.
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'Photo coming soon': White House coin marks Trump-Putin Helsinki summit as 'historic moment'
RT | rt.com | 2018-09-02
Although US President Donald Trump has come under fire for daring to have a conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the White House is making no apologies. It's even released a commemorative coin marking the event.
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