Protesters gathered at an vacant and neglected bank-owned home in southeast San Diego on Tuesday to collect debris and transport it to a local bank, where they had hoped to make a "deposit." They hoped that their efforts would send a
Cenk's guest Friday on the "Aggressive Progressive" segment was Darcy Burner, who is running in Washington's first district in the Democratic primary for that seat.
I'm not sure how the Republican party came to be known as the party of "compassionate conservatism," unless it was simply because they used to at least pretend to care about the problems of the middle and low-income class people. In this 2007
Actress Ellen Barkin - born and raised in New York - tweeted early Sunday morning about a disturbing encounter she witnessed between the NYPD, and a young girl she tried to help as she was being arrested. The video above shows Barkin, confronted by an NYPD officer who physically moves her back on to the sidewalk, and then walks away from her as she questions his actions.
Matt Taibbi draws the obvious parallel between Fox News and the infamous Radio Rwanda broadcasts (something I've thought about myself) and wonders why we aren't boycotting Fox: A lot of Tea Party anger is driven by real local issues -- where
UPDATE: First Geithner's assistant, and then Geithner himself deny this story. (Sort of.) He stops short of endorsing Warren but says she's well-q