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Ole Olson58,265It has come to light that Google has started funding and supporting some of the most vile right wing extremist collectives and corporate front groups in America. Join us by changing your avatar and boycotting every single Google service for one day in protest.  *On Wednesday, December 11th make a serious attempt to not use anything Google.* No Google Searches. No Google+. No gmail. No Youtube. No Google Calendar. No Blogger. No Google Maps. No Google Photos. No Google translate. No Google reverse image search. No Google Play. No Google Drive. No Google Books. No Google Shopping. Nothing.  (Android is immune since it is Open Source).  If nothing else, just think of this as a challenge to see if you are able to spend a day on the internet without using a single Google product or service or just take the day off and enjoy the real world for a change.  _Google, many of us are your most loyal users, and we love the technical direction everything is heading by rolling all services into Google+_ but it must be understood in no uncertain terms that we vehemently disagree with your decision to start to fund proto-fascist, right wing extremist, anti-environmental, anti-worker, and anti-science shock fronts like: •ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) •American Conservative Union •Americans for Tax Reform •CATO Institute •Federalist Society •George Mason University Law School Law and Economics Center •Heritage Action •Mercatus Center •National Taxpayers Union •R Street Institute •Texas Public Policy Foundation ________________________________________________ *More information:* Don’t Be Evil? Google Funding a Slew of Right-Wing Groups http://billmoyers.com/2013/12/04/dont-be-evil-google-funding-a-slew-of-right-wing-groups/ Tell Google CEO Larry Page to Cut Ties with ALEC http://org.salsalabs.com/o/632/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=14651 Tell Google: Don't Be Evil With ALEC http://act.rootsaction.org/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=8648 #ShameOnGoogle  #Google    #DontBeEvil  One Day Boycott of ALL Google Products2013-12-11 07:00:00159  

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This is definitely going kind of viral.  Have seen many writeups of it.

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This is definitely going kind of viral.  Have seen many writeups of it.

This is definitely going kind of viral.  Have seen many writeups of it.___

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Quote: As long as the President is making deals or allowing others to make them on his behalf, he has an open channel to accept payoffs from everyone. Domestic ones are just corrupt. Foreign ones may violate the constitution. They're all the big money. Even for Trump.
The register is open for payoffs from everyone. Everyone. It seems like he wants to get the payoffs. If he doesn't the only way he can prevent it is stopping the deal making, which obviously means divesting himself of the companies. I think that is the only way for him to stop the payoffs. The President shouldn't be taking personal payoffs from people who want to buy a piece of the presidency. It's bad enough we let something like that happen with campaign contributions. But we've never allowed Presidents to pocket the money.

I think that's the way to go about this.endquote

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Quote: As long as the President is making deals or allowing others to make them on his behalf, he has an open channel to accept payoffs from everyone. Domestic ones are just corrupt. Foreign ones may violate the constitution. They're all the big money. Even for Trump.
The register is open for payoffs from everyone. Everyone. It seems like he wants to get the payoffs. If he doesn't the only way he can prevent it is stopping the deal making, which obviously means divesting himself of the companies. I think that is the only way for him to stop the payoffs. The President shouldn't be taking personal payoffs from people who want to buy a piece of the presidency. It's bad enough we let something like that happen with campaign contributions. But we've never allowed Presidents to pocket the money.

I think that's the way to go about this.endquote

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Quote: We now have three of the four top national and domestic security agencies of the government under the management of recently retired Generals. (One might reasonably change the number to five if considered the DOJ which houses the FBI.) We could have a fourth if President-Elect Trump chooses David Petraeus as Secretary of State. They are Mattis at the Pentagon; Kelly at DHS; Flynn as the President's National Security Advisor. There is nothing inherently wrong with having retired generals serve in high level administration positions. We've had a number of accomplished retired general presidents - Washington, Jackson, Grant, Eisenhower. Barely more than a decade ago, Colin Powell served as Secretary of State. Brent Scowcroft served as National Security Advisor. Petraeus served as CIA Director under President Obama. But the issue is one of concentration and recency.

Quote: We now have three of the four top national and domestic security agencies of the government under the management of recently retired Generals. (One might reasonably change the number to five if considered the DOJ which houses the FBI.) We could have a fourth if President-Elect Trump chooses David Petraeus as Secretary of State. They are Mattis at the Pentagon; Kelly at DHS; Flynn as the President's National Security Advisor. There is nothing inherently wrong with having retired generals serve in high level administration positions. We've had a number of accomplished retired general presidents - Washington, Jackson, Grant, Eisenhower. Barely more than a decade ago, Colin Powell served as Secretary of State. Brent Scowcroft served as National Security Advisor. Petraeus served as CIA Director under President Obama. But the issue is one of concentration and recency.___

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You know guys, I do appreciate when folks point out that the info in a news story I share is based on bad info.  I pull such pieces whenever they come up (although sometimes, I will disagree with the wrongness of it, especially it's its controversial and not clearly factual)  but if you don't like the pieces that I share, coming by to tell me that I ought not be sharing them or why they fail as news items without being wrong  comes across as manipulative, bullying or that you have an agenda against the source, and will be treated that way.

You know guys, I do appreciate when folks point out that the info in a news story I share is based on bad info.  I pull such pieces whenever they come up (although sometimes, I will disagree with the wrongness of it, especially it's its controversial and not clearly factual)  but if you don't like the pieces that I share, coming by to tell me that I ought not be sharing them or why they fail as news items without being wrong  comes across as manipulative, bullying or that you have an agenda against the source, and will be treated that way.___

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The pizzagate terrorist, and how the press is handling him..

Quote: Here’s a fun game for those who haven’t read the story yet. Guess how many paragraphs the reporters write before they get around to mentioning the gun-toting cock nugget of the hour has a rap sheet? (Hint: Many.)

The pizzagate terrorist, and how the press is handling him..

Quote: Here’s a fun game for those who haven’t read the story yet. Guess how many paragraphs the reporters write before they get around to mentioning the gun-toting cock nugget of the hour has a rap sheet? (Hint: Many.)___

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quote: The elite gatekeepers of our public discourse never bothered with context: that every Secretary of State since the invention of the internet had done the same thing, because the State Department’s computer systems have always been awful; that at the end of the administration of the nation’s 41st president a corrupt national archivist appointed by Ronald Reagan upon the recommendation of Dick Cheney signed a secret document giving George H.W. Bush personal, physical custody of the White House’s email backup tapes so they would never enter the public record. (A federal judge voided the document as “arbitrary, capricious, an abuse of discretion, and contrary to law.”) The White House of his son George W. Bush erased 22 million of its official emails, including those under subpoena from Congress. Newspapers archived by the Lexis-Nexis database mentioned Hillary R. Clinton’s 33,000 erasedprivate ema... mehr »

quote: The elite gatekeepers of our public discourse never bothered with context: that every Secretary of State since the invention of the internet had done the same thing, because the State Department’s computer systems have always been awful; that at the end of the administration of the nation’s 41st president a corrupt national archivist appointed by Ronald Reagan upon the recommendation of Dick Cheney signed a secret document giving George H.W. Bush personal, physical custody of the White House’s email backup tapes so they would never enter the public record. (A federal judge voided the document as “arbitrary, capricious, an abuse of discretion, and contrary to law.”) The White House of his son George W. Bush erased 22 million of its official emails, including those under subpoena from Congress. Newspapers archived by the Lexis-Nexis database mentioned Hillary R. Clinton’s 33,000 erased private emails 785 times in 2016. I found six references to George W. Bush’s 22 million erased public ones: four in letters to the editor, one in a London Independent op-ed, another in a guide to the U.S. election for Australians, and one a quotation from a citizen in the Springfield (Ohio) News-Sun.

And now we have Donald Trump, elected in part because of his alleged tender concern for the secure handling of intelligence, making calls to world leaders from Trump Tower’s unsecured telephones.___

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quote: You can believe, as I do, that Hillary Clinton was a flawed candidate in all sorts of ways, and that belief is still just completely irrelevant to evaluating this level of false equivalence.  It’s as if the sports media were to compare a far from optimal NFL quarterback — say, Trevor Siemian — to somebody who has never even played football, only to reach the conclusion that neither was a “good” quarterback.
 

quote: You can believe, as I do, that Hillary Clinton was a flawed candidate in all sorts of ways, and that belief is still just completely irrelevant to evaluating this level of false equivalence.  It’s as if the sports media were to compare a far from optimal NFL quarterback — say, Trevor Siemian — to somebody who has never even played football, only to reach the conclusion that neither was a “good” quarterback.
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Huge flock of migratory birds landed on acidic waters of an open pit mine where employees attempted to scare them off

Huge flock of migratory birds landed on acidic waters of an open pit mine where employees attempted to scare them off___

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quote: The future is here, and Mr. Cogswell won. Corporate owners stopped sharing productivity gains with their workers four decades ago. That has led to record levels of inequality, a deepening corruption of our democracy by big-money donors and, in its latest and darkest flowering, the kleptocratic presidential administration of Donald J. Trump.

The challenges of the future can’t be addressed in humane, transformative ways until that trend is reversed.

McChesney and Nichols write, “Imagine if a justifiably frightened and angered American people … realized that the present is unsatisfactory and that the future looks terrifying.”
That’s a pretty good description of the American workforce, circa 2016.

The potential Puzder pick, and the current state of American labor, underscores an important principle: the fight for a just economic future is inseparable fromthe fight... mehr »

quote: The future is here, and Mr. Cogswell won. Corporate owners stopped sharing productivity gains with their workers four decades ago. That has led to record levels of inequality, a deepening corruption of our democracy by big-money donors and, in its latest and darkest flowering, the kleptocratic presidential administration of Donald J. Trump.

The challenges of the future can’t be addressed in humane, transformative ways until that trend is reversed.

McChesney and Nichols write, “Imagine if a justifiably frightened and angered American people … realized that the present is unsatisfactory and that the future looks terrifying.”
That’s a pretty good description of the American workforce, circa 2016.

The potential Puzder pick, and the current state of American labor, underscores an important principle: the fight for a just economic future is inseparable from the fight for a fair economy today. It’s indivisible from the fight for fair trade, for decent jobs, and for a living wage.

Those fights are the continuation of a deeper struggle that’s been underway for many centuries: between those who seek ever-greater wealth for the few and those who want a decent life for everyone.
Donald Trump and his friends are pursuing the ancient vision, as old as the pyramids, of a society where the rich call the shots so they can keep getting richer.

That’s the real apocalypse, the one people have been resisting since history began. Robots are just its latest symptom.___

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