Excerpts from an article by Jim Hagerty in The Examiner: The Socialist Party of the United States of America will formally announce Dean Capone as its 2016 presidential candidate Monday, Aug. 4, in Chicago, according to a press release Monday, July 28.
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"Ever wonder what all those White House correspondents talk about while they are waiting for President Barack Obama to step up to the podium? Well now thanks to a live feed and a hot mic, we know what MSNBC's Chuck Todd and Fox News' Ed Henry really think about Sen. John McCain (R-AZ).
Living Cheaply. — The cheapest and most innocent mode of life is that of the thinker; for, to mention at once its most important feature, he has the greatest need of those very things which others neglect and look upon with contempt. In the second place he is easily pleased and has no desire for any expensive pleasures. His task is not difficult, but, so to speak, southern; his days and nights are not wasted by remorse; he moves, eats, drinks, and sleeps in a manner suited to his intellect, in order that it may grow calmer, stronger, and clearer.
Economist Paul Krugman explains to Bill Moyer how the United States is becoming an oligarchy - the very system our founders revolted against. Bill and Paul talk about the best selling book - Capital in the Twenty-first Century, written by Thomas Piketty.
FRONTLINE continues the dramatic inside story of mass surveillance in America with Part Two of United States of Secrets, an investigation into the hidden relationship between Silicon Valley and the National Security Agency.
FRONTLINE investigates how Silicon Valley feeds the NSA's global dragnet.
How did the government come to spy on millions of Americans?
In United States of Secrets, FRONTLINE goes behind the headlines to reveal the dramatic inside story of the U.S. government's massive and controversial secret surveillance program -- and the lengths it went to try to keep it hidden from the public.
A recent study showed that the average American worker’s salary has risen by 5.4 percent since 1978, while the growth of CEOs’ compensation in that time is 875 percent. CNBC’s Jim Cramer reports on why executives are still getting raises even as shareholders are losing money.
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Here is a reminder of the kind of propaganda that was used to indoctrinate us as children:
Elected officials no longer represent their constituents' interests in the legislative process. Elected officials sell their district vote to corporate lobbyists.