"The question of our time is this: will we tolerate it? Or will we take back our democracy from the oligarchs who run this country?"
Last Week Tonight's John Oliver in anticipation of the Hobby Lobby ruling from SCOTUS gave a list of suggestions on how corporations can be more like people if that's what they truly want.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, June 29, 2014. Read more here...http://crooksandliars.com/2014/06/john-oliver-takes-look-other-ways-we-can
Once again, it's Sen. Bernie Sanders out there fighting the good fight and standing up for what's left of our democracy. Sadly we can't say the same for our United States Supreme Court:
On Saturday, January 21, activists across the country working with Public Citizen will “Occupy the Corporations” in a series of demonstrations planned throughout the country, designed to expose the fraud that is corporate personhood.
It's great when we can disagree in a civilized way, but it's getting pretty hard to avoid the conclusion that the phrase "right-wing logic," as delivered by the GOP and mimicked by Mitt Romney, has become the mother of all oxymorons. They tell us
On a scale of 1 to 10 for loathsome traits and comments, Justice Scalia rated about an 8 on mine. Chief Justice Roberts scored a 9. But two things happened which boosted Scalia to a 10 and come quite close to me thinking he should just be
Bill Moyers smacks the Democrats and Republicans for sucking up to corporate lobbyists at their retreats and Mitch McConnell for the hypocrisy of his
No matter how much Alito may bobble his head in disagreement with the President over the Supreme Court's recent ruling on Citizens United v. FEC, th
From The Thom Hartmann Show Jan. 20, 2010. Hartmann: Today, five conservative, activist judges on the United States Supreme Court, in an act that t
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