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  • Trumpcare Has Lowered Health Insurance Costs Already!! May 29, 2017Trumpcare Has Lowered Health Insurance Costs Already!!
    All I can say to this is Oh My !!!   If this is the level of intelligence of the voters there is no hope for this country. a woman in Tennessee who is praising Trumpcare–which hasn’t even been voted on or put in effect–for lowering the cost of health insurance in her family. Charla McComic told ...
  • Why Trump’s Montana “Great Win” Might Be A Very Short Lived One May 29, 2017
    Unreal: They think he was set up. They think the media had it coming. They don’t care that he lied, it doesn’t matter that he lied, or they have been ignoring anyone that would dare print the truth about that lie, according to CNN: “We whole-heartedly support Greg. We love him,” said Karen Screnar, a ...
  • Rachel Maddow Fans May 29, 2017
    There are a lot of people who sat out the election because they didn’t like the choices they had to chose from. Now there are a lot of people who are , well he is president, we can ride this out. He will learn how to be president as he performs the duty of office. ...
  • Being “better than” is not sufficient May 27, 2017
    Being “better than” is not sufficient A Kaiser Health News article titled “Preexisting Conditions And Continuous Coverage: Key Elements Of Bill” lays out the pitfalls that the Trumpcare snake oil salespeople are peddling. The following anecdote from the article is probative. Before he was diagnosed with head and neck cancer in 2015, Anthony Kinsey often went without health insurance. He ...
  • there are no facts anymore May 27, 2017
    The bottom line is that most of the people in this country cannot distinguish between a fact and an opinion. If somebody that the low information trogolodytes have imbued with authority, such as our Orange Prophet president says something, that becomes concrete, indelible fact in these peoples’ “minds,” no matter how preposterous the assertion might ...
  • Segregation by another name May 27, 2017
    Segregation by another name a Trump administration plan to cut $10.6 billion from federal education initiatives, according to budget documents obtained by The Washington Post. The administration would channel part of the savings into its top priority: school choice. It seeks to spend about $400 million to expand charter schools and vouchers for private and schools, ...
  • Lynch people who take down Confederate monuments, says Mississippi state rep. on Facebook May 27, 2017
    Over the past few hours, I’ve watched as a Facebook post (which Facebook has just taken down — screenshot above) by Mississippi state representative Karl Oliver has become a national news sensation as multiple major MSM outlets have now picked up on his call for people who take down Confederate monuments to be lynched. Here’s ...
  • Republicans Push Legislation to Lower Border Patrol Hiring Standards May 27, 2017
    HR 2213, which would allow Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to waive the polygraph test for certain new hires, a Senate committee holds a hearing on their version of the bill – the Boots on the Border Act authored by Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) The budget proposed by the on Tuesday includes $2.6 billion ...
  • The life and death of the Seth Rich conspiracy theory – The Washington Post May 27, 2017
    When Seth Rich’s Gmail account received an alert this week from Mega.com, attempting to start a new account on a website created by the New Zealand-based Internet businessman and convicted hacker Kim Dotcom, his family knew that something was off. A conspiracy theory that began on pro-President Trump message boards — a theory that Rich was ...
  • Nobel Prize economist on Trump’s budget: ‘You could say it’s a collection of lies put together’ May 27, 2017
    what’s striking is, while he assumes that there’s going to be more growth, if you look at the budget, it’s designed to reduce growth. He cuts out support for science, for R&D, which is the basis of productivity growth. He cuts out support for job retraining, so when people leave one job, they can be ...
  • He played me for a fool May 27, 2017He played me for a fool
    Source: ‘He played me for a fool’: Kentucky Trump supporter laments he should have voted for Hillary  Kentucky Trump supporter Wesley Easterling regrets his vote, he believed it when Trump told voters he would fight for them. Now, however, Trump is cutting programs that help people like him survive Easterling is on food stamps and Medicaid and ...
  • Military Publicly Humiliates Trump May 27, 2017
    http://vibesroll.com/breaking-news/donald-trump-military-publicly-humiliates/ “We have two submarines—the best in the world,” Trump told Duterte. “We don’t have to use this, but could be crazy, so we will see what happens.” This is CLEARLY a breach of national security, and it has top officials in the Pentagon horrified. Trump’s loose lips have broadcast the location of two of America’s most ...
  • White House Admits Trump Lied About Bringing Back Coal Jobs May 27, 2017
    http://www.politicususa.com/2017/05/26/coal-miners-crushed-white-house-admits-trump-lied-bringing-coal-jobs.html The truth is that the coal jobs are gone, and they aren’t coming back. Trump lied to former and current coal miners in places like West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, and Western Pennsylvania. Coal company bankruptcies and job losses in the Appalachian region weren’t caused by “federal regulations” as the company owners and Republicans like to claim. ...
  • Trump’s boasts about jobs saved at Carrier start to evaporate | MSNBC May 26, 2017
    Carrier, the company President Trump pledged to keep on American soil, informed the state of Indiana this week that it will soon begin cutting 632 workers from an Indianapolis factory. The manufacturing jobs will move to Monterrey, Mexico, where the minimum wage is $3.90 per day. That was never supposed to happen, according to Trump’s ...
  • Elon Musk: Automation Will Force Governments to Introduce Universal Basic Income May 26, 2017
    Musk relayed concerns that autonomous technology will impact jobs, and he noted that we will likely have intelligent, massive-scale automation for transportation relatively soon—within the next few decades, in fact: “Twenty years is a short period of time to have something like 12-15 percent of the workforce be unemployed,” he said, pointing out the extent of ...

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