Posts Tagged ‘bipartisan’

Nonexistent US-Mexico Border Crisis. Shutting Down the Government. Bipartisan Political Standoff

No border crisis exists, no justification for partially shutting down government. What’s going on is a bipartisan political standoff unrelated to national security. Trump, the GOP, and the Dems share blame. There’s plenty of it to go around in Washington, mostly on issues far more important than to build or not to build a border […]

Green New Deal Has Overwhelming Bipartisan Support, Poll Finds. At Least, For Now.

“Democrats, Republicans and independents alike understand that they live on the same planet, the same country,” Corbin Trent, a spokesman for Ocasio-Cortez, said when read the Yale survey results over the phone. “We need highways, jobs and improved infrastructure, and we need a 100 percent renewable-energy economy.” Source Article from Hits: 0

Opposing Bipartisan Warmongering Is Defending Human Rights Of The Poor And Working Class

Opposing Bipartisan Warmongering Is Defending Human Rights Of The Poor And Working Class Above Photo: From “The responsibility of the left is to build on Trump’s anti-NATO remarks – whatever his motivations – by offering a real critique of NATO.” The decision by Democrat Party president Harry Truman to bomb the cities of Hiroshima on […]

The Bipartisan March For Militarism

The Bipartisan March For Militarism Above Photo: Republicans and Democrats like to claim that they are on opposite sides of important issues.  Of course, depending on which way the wind blows, they sometimes change sides, like over support for free trade and federal deficits.  Tragically, however, there is no division when it comes to militarism. […]

May’s Syria Policy Gets Thumbs Down from Bipartisan Group of UK Pols

LONDON – The Global Network for Syria, which includes a bipartisan group of several British policymakers and former British ambassadors to Syria, has slammed the U.K. government’s current foreign policy on Syria, Saying that current efforts of “prolong suffering” in the country by funding “so-called moderate armed opposition forces” that are “dominated by Jihadist militants.” […]

Trump-Putin Fallout: US Bipartisan Hysteria Against Peace

As expected, the US mainstream and Guardian oriented UK liberal media have descended into a spiral of hysteria and righteous indignation following Monday’s Trump-Putin Summit in Helsinki, Finland.  In Washington, Trump has received criticism from both sides of the aisle, Democrats and Neocons alike, because he didn’t condemn Moscow for alleged “meddling” which the mainstream […]

Democrats Use Bipartisan Anti-Diplomacy Playbook, but Moon Has Changed the Game

With the Singapore summit fast approaching, leading Democratic Senators headed by Chuck Schumer went to battle against diplomacy, issuing a letter to President Trump on June 4th demanding an impossible set of preconditions for North Korean sanctions relief. In doing so, they took a page out of an old bipartisan playbook for derailing diplomatic initiatives […]

Gaza massacre ends American political oath: Israel support is bipartisan

To be in Israel during a historic massacre, as I was on Monday, is a special experience, and one whose meaning will sink in for a while. I wonder what I will remember in five years’ time, or ten. This is what I can tell you two days later. All that afternoon in the gathering […]

Watching The Hawks – Bipartisan Surveillance State & Russiagate Subpoenas

Watching The Hawks – Bipartisan Surveillance State & Russiagate Subpoenas Watching The Radio host and journalist Lee Stranahan joins the show to discuss the bipartisan vote to reauthorize the FISA foreign surveillance program in Congress. Comedian and activist Randy Credico provides an update on his subpoena from the House Intelligence Committees Russian collusion investigation. […]

Trump Cuts $3M from Holocaust Museum, Faces Bipartisan Backlash

So, let’s get something straight here. $54 million for a ‘museum’ that propagates a lie? And, these money grubbing weasels are worried about a $3 million cut — so from $57 million to $54 million?  The United States is in $20 trillion in debt and they pay interest on said debt to international banksters of the […]

Bipartisan US Senate Bill Pushes Tougher Sanctions against Venezuela

Rachel Boothroyd-Rojas (VA) : Republican and Democrat senators planned to submit a bill this Wednesday, calling on the US government to slap sanctions on more […]

A Political Revolution For The U.S. Left

Print Friendly Above Photo: Ctakomabibelot The U.S. Left is in the process of emerging from decades of decline. It entered the Obama years in terrible shape: politically incoherent, cut off from its historical continuity, and organizationally and socially fragmented. Yet in the last years there have been signs of awakening, and in the past few months […]

Watch Out Tony Blair, The Legal Noose is Tightening. “Dead-End Road” towards a War Crimes Trial?

“The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists.”  (J.Edgar Hoover, 1895-1972.) Did the Government believe the claims about Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction or was the aim regime change, which has no basis whatsoever in international law? Was this the real motivation? Secondly, […]

Out Of Cop21: Corporate Influence Is Undermining Climate Progress

Print Friendly Above: No coal finance  from the Kiko Network. In a desperate bid to remain relevant in a world on the clean energy transition, the world’s largest polluters are peddling misleading fossil fuel demand scenarios, according to a new report from Carbon Tracker. Fossil companies have put on a dog and pony show recently about being part of the […]

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