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She pointed to Hillary Clinton “I met her and my life changed.”

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/10/18/1248523/-You-won-t-see-Hillary-Clinton-in-the-same-light-ever-again

But that night in the theater two years ago, the other six brave women came up on the stage. Anabella De Leon of Guatemala pointed to Hillary Clinton, who was sitting right in the front row, and said, “I met her and my life changed.” And all weekend long, women from all over the world said the same thing:

"I’m alive because she came to my village, put her arm around me, and had a photograph taken together."

"I’m alive because she went on our local TV and talked about my work, and now they’re afraid to kill me."

"I’m alive because she came to my country and she talked to our leaders, because I heard her speak, because I read about her."

“Are you a Democrat?” “No,” Sanders replied


On Thursday, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont became the first candidate formally to challenge Clinton. But after a 10-minute appearance outside the Capitol detailing his intentions, Sanders revealed a rather glaring weakness in his pursuit of the Democratic nomination: He isn’t planning to register as a Democrat.

He neglected to mention this during his speech and news conference, in which he vowed to take on “the billionaire class.” But Lynn Sweet of the Chicago Sun-Times called after the wild-haired socialist as he walked back to the Capitol.

“Are you a Democrat?”

“No,” Sanders replied, “I’m an independent.”

http://wapo.st/1EAk0NF

U.S. Rep. Elijah E. Cummings...

....my representative, profiled in Wa Po: Bullhorn in hand, Rep. Cummings works to heal his beloved Baltimore

http://wapo.st/1EAbYEr

Them Dang Lousy Neo Libs!!!!

In this studio I run the show

TPP = 650,000 Jobs? Umm, no...

....mainstream economists do not believe that the number of jobs is significantly affected by trade policy.

“The reason we don’t project employment is that, like most trade economists, we don’t believe that trade agreements change the labor force in the long run. The consequential factors are demography, immigration, retirement benefits, etc.,” he said. “Rather, trade agreements affect how people are employed, and ideally substitute more productive jobs for less productive ones and thus raise real incomes.”


The Obama administration’s illusionary job gains from the Trans-Pacific Partnership

http://wapo.st/1ySV6ap

TPP = 650,000 Jobs? Umm, no...

....mainstream economists do not believe that the number of jobs is significantly affected by trade policy.

“The reason we don’t project employment is that, like most trade economists, we don’t believe that trade agreements change the labor force in the long run. The consequential factors are demography, immigration, retirement benefits, etc.,” he said. “Rather, trade agreements affect how people are employed, and ideally substitute more productive jobs for less productive ones and thus raise real incomes.”


The Obama administration’s illusionary job gains from the Trans-Pacific Partnership

http://wapo.st/1ySV6ap

Bernie Sanders is right to be outraged

As Sanders is learning, you can’t have a populist revolution without people.

Bernie Sanders is right to be outraged

BSDM or CCM ? You decide ....

While roaming around the internets I came across this and thought I would share:

50 Shades of Grey or Contemporary Contemporary Christian Music Lyrics? A Quiz

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/nolongerquivering/2015/01/50-shades-of-grey-or-contemporary-christian-music-lyrics-a-quiz

Stand up for your rights ! !!

http://www.theonion.com/articles/i-dont-vaccinate-my-child-because-its-my-right-to,37839/
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