Monthly Archives: October 2011

Exposing the Religious Bigotry of the Far Right


by THE PEOPLE FOR THE AMERICAN WAY Exposing the Religious Bigotry of the Far Right Earlier this month, nearly every major GOP presidential candidate, along with the top two Republicans in the House of Representatives, spoke at the Religious Right’s … Continue reading

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Aziz Abu Sarah Presents at a National Geographic Symposium


Please meet my friend and bro, Aziz Abu Sarah, here at this link! Aziz Abu Sarah Presents at a National Geographic Symposium http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StniTO6GnEo&list=SL National Geographic Live! – From Revenge to Reconciliation The murder of Aziz Abu Sarah’s brother had an … Continue reading

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Money and Democracy Update


Issue #84 • October 28, 2011 “Money and Democracy Update” is Public Citizen’s weekly e-newsletter about the intersection of money and politics. It is part of our ongoing campaign to track the results of — and ultimately overturn — the … Continue reading

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EVEN FOX NEWS & POLLS say that the DO-NOTHING CONGRESS is COSTING JOBS TO MANY AMERICANS


By ThinkProgress When Voting Against Job Creation Just Isn’t Enough As we’ve been documenting, Republicans keep voting against millions of American jobs. But it doesn’t stop there! The bills they’ve managed to get enacted — namely spending cuts through taking … Continue reading

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Tawakkul Karman tells her Story and Speaks to the Yemeni People on Democracy Now


I am happy to hear and watch the Yemenite Nobel Prize Winner, Tawakkul Karman, speak to her people on DEMOCRACY NOW today.–KAS ” The international community has to create pressure on Saleh. One, they have to establish an international commission … Continue reading

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HIGH TEACHERS’ EXPECTATIONS & YOUR STUDENTS


I undertook a GOOGLE SEARCH ON the topic of TESA [Teacher Expectations/ Student Achievement this past week. I was disappointed that there were only about 225 articles. The topic really needs to be reviewed and researched more. TESA has fallen … Continue reading

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Frontline documentary, “Lost in Detention,” investigates the immigration program under Obama.


http://www.democracynow.org/2011/10/20/lost_in_detention_as_obama_admin A “coalition of Latino and immigrant rights groups held a National Day of Action to protest Obama’s immigration policies” are protesting because the government is wasting millions or billions of our tax dollars trying to enforce exportation of 400,000 … Continue reading

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Tell Lisa Jackson and the EPA: We’re counting on you to oppose Keystone XL


Subject: Tell Lisa Jackson and the EPA: We’re counting on you to oppose Keystone XL Dear Friend, It’s clear by now that there’s simply no hope of the State Department issuing a legitimate evaluation of the Keystone XL pipeline. Fortunately, … Continue reading

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MISSOURI SENATOR WANTS YOU TO JOIN CHARGE AND SUPPORT THE BUFFET RULE & Better Governance or Stewardship in America!


Friend – I want to thank you again for voting in my poll. It’s not just that people like you and I agree with the Buffett rule — it’s that we need to implement it. When Patricia from Hazelwood signed … Continue reading

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Will you vote for Bank of America, which is under investigation for its role in the mortgage collapse and which gave $14 million to PACs (political action committees)? Or will Comcast, a company that pays big bucks to the American Legislative Exchange Council for the privilege of sitting side-by-side with state legislators to draft bills to protect its media monopoly, be your top choice?


Dear Kevin, We’re calling on corporations to stick to their business and stay out of elections. Vote today and tell us who YOU would start with. Anger at corporations is spilling — literally — into the streets. Big businesses are … Continue reading

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