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Thank you, KoKo...

For THIS -

Posted by MrMickeysMom | Mon May 2, 2016, 07:23 AM (0 replies)

THIS Video...

Also Cross-post in BSG

Posted by MrMickeysMom | Mon May 2, 2016, 07:22 AM (6 replies)

Just in case ... this wonderful video will be cross-post in V&M...

Posted by MrMickeysMom | Mon May 2, 2016, 07:21 AM (2 replies)

HRC surrogate says her private server was not included in allowed procedure!

DWS says, Hillary Clinton was using email in the same way as previous Secretaries of State have done, and it was according to the policy she was allowed to use ... pause... OTHER THAN THE PRIVATE SERVER."
(Thank you, grasswire)

Cross-post from GD-P, Galbraith's being interviewed by Harry Shearer tonight, Le Show...


There's no way that I can link this new of a show, but it is a MUST LISTEN.

This guys is a brilliant and INTENSE mind in economics, and he's analyzing everything from Rosevelt to current economic "recovery"...

Maybe it'll link later, but absolutely will show up here eventually..

http://harryshearer.com/le-show/

Galbraith's being interviewed by Harry Shearer tonight, Le Show...

There's no way that I can link this new of a show, but it is a MUST LISTEN.

This guys is a brilliant and INTENSE mind in economics, and he's analyzing everything from Rosevelt to current economic "recovery"...

Maybe it'll link later, but absolutely will show up here eventually..

http://harryshearer.com/le-show/

60,000 Fewer Democrats in Brooklyn and No Clear Reason Why

What impact could this have on voters at the primary? This is a 7% drop from November!

If you believe you're messed with, then ask for an affidavit ballot ...
http://www.wnyc.org/story/democratic-voter-rolls-drop-more-60000-brooklyn-presidential-primary

This is POWERFUL - this is HOW Bernie Sanders responds to BLM (Video)

Be sure to see the contact information so that you, too can contact the Mayor of Albany...

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Sanders Did Even Better in Colorado Than Reported, But No One Told Him

Ref: Common Dreams
http://www.commondreams.org/news/2016/04/12/sanders-did-even-better-colorado-reported-no-one-told-him

?itok=i3gjDmVf
Bernie Sanders supporters cheered when their candidate won the Colorado caucuses by a sizeable margin—59 to 40 percentage points—on Super Tuesday last month, reportedly picking up 38 pledged delegates to rival Hillary Clinton's 28.

Now, they have more to celebrate. An apparent "error" on the part of that state's Democratic Party could widen that lead even further, the Denver Post has revealed, which would hand Sanders the Colorado delegation.

The Post reported Tuesday that the Colorado Democratic Party admitted this week to "misreporting" the March 1 caucus results from 10 precinct locations.

Adding to the controversy, the newspaper notes that the mistake "was shared with rival Hillary Clinton's campaign by party officials but kept from Sanders until the Post told his staff Monday night."

The Post reports:

The mistake is a minor shift with major implications. The new projection now shows the Vermont senator winning 39 delegates in Colorado, compared to 27 for Clinton.

Even if Clinton wins all 12 superdelegates in the state, Sanders can finish no worse than a split decision. It contrasts with prior projections from the Post, Bloomberg Politics and The Associated Press that indicated Clinton would probably win the majority of the 78 delegates in Colorado because of her support from party leaders with superdelegate status.

If he lands one Colorado superdelegate — two are still undecided and others are facing significant pressure — Sanders could win the state's delegation.

"We are obviously pleased to essentially narrow the delegate lead by two delegates, one up and one down, it's a zero sum game," Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver told the Post in an interview.


Josh Fox, New Film, Free to the Public...

PRESS RELEASE



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: APRIL 10, 2010

CONTACT: Lee Ziesche

954 415 6228

leeziesche@gmail.com





ACADEMEY AWARD NOMINEE & EMMY AWARD WINNING DIRECTOR JOSH FOX

TO PRESENT HIS NEW FILM



HOW TO LET GO OF THE WORLD AND LOVE ALL THE THINGS CLIMATE CAN’T CHANGE

PITTSBURGH, PA

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2016, 7:00 PM

CARNEGIE LECTURE HALL

IN OAKLAND



FREE TO THE PUBLIC!



(Pittsburgh, PA) Josh Fox, director of the 2011 Academy Award­nominated and Emmy­winning documentary “Gasland,” will present a free screening of his upcoming film, How To Let Go Of The World And Love All The Things Climate Can’t Change, Wednesday, April 13, at the Carnegie Museum’s Lecture Hall in the Oakland section of the city. Nationally known anti-fracking activist, Tim DeChristopher will join Josh Fox for the presentation.

Josh Fox continues, in his deeply personal style, investigating climate change – the greatest threat our world has ever known. Traveling to 12 countries on 6 continents, the film acknowledges that it may be too late to stop some of the worst consequences and asks, “What is it that climate change can’t destroy? What is so deep within us that no calamity can take it away?”

“Touring with the Gasland films for almost 8 years now, I’ve seen the power organized communities have,” said Fox. “That’s why we’re bringing this film to communities like Pittsburgh. This is the front lines of climate change. We know if we’re going to keep global warming to below 2 degrees Celsius, we can’t frack for oil and gas, we can’t build pipelines and power plants that will keep us burning fossil fuels for 50 more years. That change is going to happen at the community level.”

“Having both Josh Fox and Tim DeChristopher here in Pittsburgh will be inspirational and energizing,” said Briget Shields, a volunteer Outreach Coordinator at Marcellous Protest, for the Pittsburgh screening. “We’re grateful to have their powerful voices bring their message on Climate Change to Pittsburgh.”



This event is being sponsored by: 350.org, Allegheny County Clean Air Now, Clean Rivers Campaign, Clean Water Action, Divest Pittsburgh, Fight For $15, Fossil Free Pitt Coalition, GASP, Marcellus Outreach Butler, Marcellus Protest, Mom’s Clean Air Force, PennEnvironment, Sierra Club­Allegheny Group, Three Rivers Rising Tide, Thomas Merton Center, Friends of the Harmed.



Local Contact: Briget Shields, 412 7993 236 brigetshields@gmail.com

Film Clip: http://www.howtoletgomovie.com



“Potent -The Movie Takes Heart In Communities That Have Found Small-Scale Solutions” –Variety

“Unshakeable Images! This Film Will Make You Want To Be The Change

Daily Journal



Directions to Carnegie Lecture Hall, Carnegie Museum & Library, Oakland, Pittsburgh PA 15233

The entrance to the Lecture Hall is on Schenley Drive, just before the bridge leading to Schenley Park. The Carnegie Lecture Hall is in the Carnegie Institute, home to the Carnegie Museum and main branch of Carnegie Library in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh.



Handicapped access to the Lecture Hall is through the Portal Entrance at the museum Use the parking lot entry at Forbes and Craig Streets. Please stop by the security office on the left side of the Portal Entrance to be escorted to the Lecture Hall.



Media: Please contact Lee Zieche to schedule interviews with Josh Fox.
954 415 6228 leeziesche@gmail.com




Backgrounder on Josh Fox: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josh_Fox





Backgrounder on Tim DeChristopher (Tim is a graduate of Shady Side Academy and for a time, resided in Aspinwal, PA with his family.) http://www.timdechristopher.org/about



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