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Stephanie 25.11.2013 14:50
Will Tuttle, author of World Peace Diet, on KBOO
A discussion of how our food choices affect our environment, our health, and our consciousness

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Tracy Mapes 25.11.2013 12:25
Proposal of The Civilian Air Force ...
In these times in which We find ourselves placed upon predetermined paths in the Direction of Madness, preconceiving notions of future's necessity can not be that difficult to determine in the Preservation of Ones Self or in the Protection of the Integrity of Our Nation.

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MM 25.11.2013 08:17
Meatless Mondays Recipe: Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie
This Vegetarian Shepherd's Pie is a wonderful meatless take on the original. It speaks to comfort food and is a filling addition to any Meatless Monday repertoire.

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Citizens Action Party (Akbayan) 25.11.2013 03:13
Philippines: Time to punish pork plunderers and reform the budget system
Akbayan Partylist welcomes the unanimous decision of the Supreme Court declaring unconstitutional the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) as well as all forms of congressional insertions with the aim of creating lump sum funds for projects primarily determined by lawmakers.

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Henry Giroux 24.11.2013 17:47
VIDEO: Zombie Politics and Casino Capitali
Henry Giroux: Is the market mentality so powerful and taken for granted that public imagination cannot resist? Educated hope recognizes problems without romanticizing. Ideas matter and offer framework to allow us to be critical and literate. Casino capitalism believes it has to control everything. Only instrumental reason is promoted while justice cares for the other.

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vidrebel 24.11.2013 14:26
911 Consensus Points Contradict The Government Lies Part I
The 911 Consensus Project has developed a list of 37 questions  http://www.consensus911.org/the-911-consensus-points/ that are designed to undo the lies the government and the media require us to believe to be admitted into polite society.

Today I want to examine the first 18.

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human 24.11.2013 11:53
A Borrowed Essay
It's quite to our shame that we allow the laws of an economy to govern availability of what might be important and vital, such laws becoming discriminatory especially when the author themselves are now dead, and it
can be imagined that the authors would have never had such discrimination in desire or in mind. This is from the essay which Thomas Merton introduces his collection of selected writings of Gandhi entitled
'Gandhi on Non-Violence.' I did a cursory search and Merton's text does not appear available, but for one who doesn't have access to the book, it may be worth a more comprehensive search for the complete text.

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Lone Vet 24.11.2013 09:58
Report from Individuals For Justice
yelling can be a good thing. "And The Beat goes on...."

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Jess E. Hadden 24.11.2013 02:58
Multiple Terror Attacks on Healthcare Providers in Colorado
"To President Obama, to Eric Holder, to all DEA agents, to everyone involved in this insanity... please," implores Lacy laPlante, "stop promising to relax medical marijuana raids."

"We get a chill down our spine every time you do. Because that's always right before the terrorists strike."

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29 November 2013 11am 23.11.2013 15:03
Black Friday Walmart Protest. 11:00am - respect your workers, stop paying poverty wages
On Black Friday in Portland Oregon, JwJ and UFCW555 are working with the "Making Change at Wal-Mart" national campaign to support wal-Mart workers in their dealings with Wal-Mart over labor rights and standards and their efforts to have Wal-Mart publicly commit to adhering to labor rights and standards. Meet at 11AM @ 4200 SE 82nd Ave., Portland, OR.

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working stiff [reposting] 23.11.2013 14:22
Fubonn Protest on Black Friday, 29 November 2013, 13:30 - 14:30
Fubonn has been accused of forcing workers to work off the clock, work under dangerous condition, and refused proper breast feeding breaks. Two workers at Fubonn are owed thousands of dollars, and we demand that they be paid what is owed and that they start complying with all labor and safety regulations. A call out to protest the managements treatment will be at 1:30 to 2:30 on 11.29.13

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Nick 23.11.2013 13:02
A Foster Road Built For People
Foster Road is one of Portland's meanest streets when it comes to traffic and traffic deaths. There are more crashes, serious injuries and death on Foster than on similar streets in Portland. This is about to change - A new city plan proposes a remix of the street to slow traffic and improve safety.

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Paul Krugman 23.11.2013 11:11
Epanding Social Security by Paul Krugman
Paul Krugman, professor of economics at Princeton, was the winner of a Nobel Prize for Economics in 2011.

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David Ferguson 22.11.2013 19:41
Corporations Use Professional Spies-For-Hire To Monitor And Undermine Nonprofits
According to the report, titled "Spooky Business," a global network of former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National Security Agency (NSA) employees work at the beck and call of corporations like Walmart, Monsanto, Coca Cola, Burger King, McDonald's, Kraft, Shell, BP and others, undermining consumer protections and enforcing a pro-business agenda.

These espionage tactics are not limited to the United States. "Spooky Business" details surveillance and sabotage projects carried out in France, the U.K. and India by companies and organizations ranging from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to Dow Chemical to Bank of America. A press release on the website CorporatePolicy.org said that the companies have engaged in efforts to undermine groups of all kinds, including "environmental, anti-war, public interest, consumer, food safety, pesticide reform, nursing home reform, gun control, social justice, animal rights and arms control groups."

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J Ryall 22.11.2013 16:42
North Korea executes 80 people for watching foreign films
Eighty people have been executed by firing squad in North Korea for watching foreign films, according to a newspaper report.

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Portland Fruit Tree Project 22.11.2013 14:13
Join or Lead a Tree Care Team in 2014 with Portland Fruit Tree Project
Join a Tree Care Team and receive instruction in organic methods of fruit tree care throughout the seasons, while caring for urban fruit trees that provide fruit for the community.

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Connecting Z. Dots 22.11.2013 12:32
President John F. Kennedy Gunned Down Nov. 22 in Military Coup
Anyone who bothers to look, i.e. read government declassified documents footnoted in Douglass book JFK & Unspeakable, sees scope of U.S. military assassination. C.I.A. acting alone would not have been able to pull it off, including "standing down" U.S. military posts around the world prior to Dealy Plaza shooting.

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Noam Chomsky 22.11.2013 11:00
Noam Chomsky: Media Control and Indoctrination in the United States
"The Occupy tactic was a remarkably successful tactic. If I'd been asked a month before Zuccotti Park whether to do this, I would have said, you're crazy. But it worked extremely well. It just lighted a fire all over the place."

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Michael Parenti 21.11.2013 23:39
(Michael Parenti) The JFK Assassination: Defending the Gangster State
Is the Kennedy assassination conspiracy just a lot of hoopla kicked up by "conspiracy buffs"? Most of the independent investigators I have met seem to be serious politically literate people. Their struggle to arrive at the truth is not impelled by a love of conspiracies but by a concern for the political and historic importance of the case. They seek the truth no matter how dirty it might be. That process of confronting the machinations of the national security state is not a conspiracy hobby. It is an essential part of the struggle for democracy.

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PM / PLM/ PMCJ 21.11.2013 22:42
Philippines: They Destroy, We Suffer
Capitalism is destroying the planet. Now we suffer. The devastating horror unleashed by monster-typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) upon the eastern and central Philippines regions is unspeakable. As of writing, estimates of the number of casualties and actual damages are tentative because many areas remain isolated and communications, power, road and port systems are down.

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anon 21.11.2013 22:13
Is Philip Chism a scapegoat?
Yet another African-American child wrongly accused of a crime committed by some else?

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Jody Paulson 21.11.2013 14:29
JFK: the magic bullet ...
Why is the bullet that supposedly caused 7 wounds at the JFK's assassination in pristine condition?

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Patrice Faubert 21.11.2013 08:34
Eschatologie stochastique
Tout s'achète, tout se vend, tout est du toc...

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yay-yay 21.11.2013 07:36
Agriculture - anthropogenic climate change goes back 8000 years
Jess E. Hadden 21.11.2013 07:17
Walmart Black Friday Activists Announce ‘Principles of Solidarity’
"We choose not to communicate with the Portland Police Bureau, except via the following manners: ? stopping our protest to jump up and down & holler at them for an hour every fucking time they show up..."

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V.K. Durham aka Mrs. [Col.] Russell Herman, Widow 21.11.2013 04:48
11/22/ photo Texas Book Dep. [Col. Russell Herman] exists along with George W. Bush CIA .
It appears the photo did not properly post in earlier articles, so I'm posting it again.

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Walter Listl 21.11.2013 04:10
Is Capitalism at an End?
The capitalist system in its current form is no longer fit for today's world. The brave new world of neoliberalism lies in ruin. Its riches proved to be robbery, appearance and deceit. The promised freedom has become general insecurity and widespread poverty. Its wars are lost. A majority of people regard capitalism as unjust and unsocial.

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V.K. Durham of theantechamber.net 19.11.2013 17:06
V.K SPEAKS ABOUT JFK PART II
"A coup d' etat has been described as 'a sudden action by which an individual or group, usually employing limited violence, captures positions of governmental authority without conforming to the formal requirement for changing officeholders, as prescribed by the laws or constitution.' A successful coup requires a number of elements: extensive planning and preparation by the sponsors (those responsible for the coup); the collaboration of the Praetorian Guard (officials whose job is to protect the government, including the President); a diversionary cover-up afterwards; the ratification of the assassination by the new government inheriting power; and the dissemination of disinformation by major elements of the news media. If this concurrence of events has a familiar sound, it is because this is exactly what happened when John Kennedy was murdered." ( Jim Garrison, New Orleans District Attorney, ON THE TRAIL OF THE ASSASSINS, p. 325, Warner Books, 1988 )

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V.K. Durham of theantechamber.net 19.11.2013 17:02
THE TRUTH ABOUT JFK FROM SOMEONE THAT WORKED WITH HIM
I don't consider myself as a whistleblower. I'm simply an old woman who has been hounded and hounded, having my social security flagged with a "do not pay" by a group of CIA individuals involved with my husband. These individuals were involved in something I knew nothing about until on our last visit to my parents home before he was murdered, as I was washing dishes and looking out the kitchen window at my mother and Russell, I read my husband's lips as he was telling my mother about the JFK incident as they sat beneath the pear tree in the back of the house.

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. 19.11.2013 12:46
US-Afghan agreement to keep war going for years
Endless Afghanistan? US-Afghan agreement would keep troops in place and funds flowing, perhaps indefinitely.

President Obama to sign new Status of forces agreement so Afghanistan can join the club of Germany, South Korea, Japan, and a few other countries we have troops in.

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www.attac.de 19.11.2013 05:05
Stop the TTIP the Elephants-Marriage!
TTIP is old wine in new wineskins. Free trade- and investor-protection prescriptions from the 20th century according to the style of the WTO are not solutions for current challenges. A transatlantic partnership for social-ecological transformation would look very different.

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blues 18.11.2013 19:04
The March Against Mainstream Media (MAMM)
I guess you didn't hear about that, huh?

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Hillary's Agenda* 18.11.2013 18:57
Wyoming New Heart VP Dick Cheney Tells Daughter's Wyoming Voters,"You Gotts Have Heart.".
God fearing Ohio Governor,John Kasich has to be asking God if he should be the very first Governor in America to allow the harvesting of USA prison inmates vital organs like China does with Falun Gong..

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Joe Anybody 18.11.2013 16:59
ELLIOTT ADAMS: "WHY WE MUST CLOSE GUANTÁNAMO" - 11.7.13
A discussion and sharing of ideas and strategy to work on closing Guantanamo (GITMO)
Held in Portland Oregon on 11.7.13, Elliott Adams spoke to a group of concerned citizens
about tactics we can all take and engage in to help close the (very expensive to run) torture prison down.

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Norman Solomon 18.11.2013 09:14
The Obamacare Disaster
Today, in terms of healthcare policy, the merits and downsides of Obamacare deserve progressive debate. But at this point there's no doubt it's a disaster in political terms — igniting the Mad Hatter Tea Party's phony populism, heightening prospects for major right-wing electoral gains next year and propagating the rancid notion that the government should stay out of healthcare.

What we should not be doing is what MoveOn.org is now doing — proclaiming that the Obamacare law is just fine. In a November 14 email blast, subject-lined "Obamacare in serious trouble," MoveOn acknowledged that the rollout "has been badly botched" but flatly declared: "Obviously, the law itself is still really good."

Huh?

The problems with Obamacare involve far more than simply bad website coding. They're bound up in the enormous complexity of the law's design, wrapped around a huge corporate steeplechase for maximizing profits. As a Maine physician, Philip Caper, wrote this fall, the ACA "is far too complicated and therefore too expensive to manage, full of holes, will be applied unevenly and unfairly, be full of unintended consequences, and be easily exploited by those looking to make a quick buck." The ACA is so complicated because it has been so relentlessly written for the benefit of — and largely written by — insurance companies.

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MM 18.11.2013 07:42
Meatless Mondays recipe: Apple Cranberry Lentils with New Potatoes
Lentils are gently simmered with apple juice, dried cranberries and basil for a subtle play on sweet and savory. Potatoes are steamed until just tender to make a delicious base for the lentil dressing.

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Jens Berger 18.11.2013 05:55
Market-conforming Democracy
Market-conforming democracy," Angela Merkel's guiding idea, is a pleasant-sounding description of plutocracy where the forms still exist but their substance is "financialized," where myths of privatization. corporate beneficence and self-healing markets are zombie gods and where the outside of the cup is cleaned while ignoring destruction of nature and poverty/exclusion

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Jess E. Hadden 17.11.2013 20:45
'Every Now and Again Someone Mentions Hanford, and I Remember That We're F***ed'
Washington Governor Jay Inslee's candid remarks from earlier today are causing some consternation among energy ratepayers in his state. Inslee made the remarks in an informal press conference held immediately after he attended a briefing from the U.S. Energy Department.

The Energy Department has been investigating the leakage of nuclear waste into the Columbia River, as well as into the soil at the Hanford site.

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f_all_yall 17.11.2013 11:13
cheers to the street rats portland!
because sleeping on a pissed on sidewalk and hanging out in the cold all day is the new cool

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Ira Chernus 17.11.2013 11:02
"End Times for Obama": A Dangerous Conservative Myth
Ira Chernus is Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder and author of Mythic America: Essays and American Nonviolence: The History of an Idea. He blogs at MythicAmerica.us.

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Seana Sperling 16.11.2013 14:46
The Vilification Industry and the Surveillance State
The Vilification Industry and the Surveillance State

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,; 16.11.2013 10:52
Obama : The Czar Nicolas of the Progressive movement?
Could we be witnessing history repeating itself?

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John Geyman 16.11.2013 10:28
Medicare for All - Dr. Geyman
In an editorial published by the Huffington Post on January 24, 2013, John Geyman, M.D., Professor Emeritus of Family Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine, makes a case that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will not be able to fix the continuing problems of rising health care costs, lack of access to health care for millions of Americans...

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Patrice Faubert 16.11.2013 00:50
Le culte de la charogne
Titre emprunté à feu Albert Libertad...

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mom 16.11.2013 00:44
Socialist Alternative candidate wins Seattle City Council Position 2
Sixteen year incumbent Richard Conlin concedes on November 15, 2013.

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AH 15.11.2013 14:26
Oregon's anti-union mouthpiece
Madison High School teachers The main newspaper in Portland, the Oregonian, is showing which side it's on--and it sure isn't that of Portland teachers. Andrea Hektor explains.

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Lone Vet 14.11.2013 20:34
tears
this is sam threw me out report from Individuals for Justice

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Dan Roberts 14.11.2013 16:49
The Shortwave Report 11/15/13 Listen Globally!
A weekly 30 minute review of international news and opinion, recorded from a shortwave radio and the internet. With times, frequencies, and websites for listening at home. 3 files- Highest quality broadcast, regular broadcast, and slow-modem streaming. Radio Deutsche-Welle, NHK World Radio Japan, China Radio International, and the Voice of Russia.

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Patrick Brantlinger 14.11.2013 04:39
Audio Interview: States of Emergency
The self-healing market has been a dominant force in economic thinking. Cultural Studies has been a counter-force to capitalist economics. Poverty and inequality in our own country and abroad contradict neoliberal economic myths. NAFTA was supposed to bring increased prosperity to all three countries. Mexican peasants were forced off the land.

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Akbayan, Aksyon Klima, Yeb Sano 14.11.2013 00:09
Super typhoon Haiyan is climate wake-up call
It seems these days that whenever Mother Nature wants to send an urgent message to humankind, it sends it via the Philippines. This year the messenger was Haiyan, known in the Philippines as Yolanda.

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blues 13.11.2013 15:09
Massive Tech Sector Bubble About To Burst
The American technology sector is about to crash and burn, just like the rest of our productional system.

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Patrice Faubert 13.11.2013 06:44
Paraphysique des Indymédia, préface de Jacques
Préface de Jacques...

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Ulrich Thielemann 13.11.2013 05:35
The Economic Fall
The economy should be a part of life, not a steamroller crushing self-determination and creativity. Crisis and chance are represented by the same Chinese letter. The financial markets should be tamed, not soothed, shriveled, not inflated. Finance capitalism makes the state the errand boy of the banks. The state debt crisis is a crisis of the myth of deregulation.

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mom 12.11.2013 23:08
Tight Race for Seattle City Council
16-year incumbent Richard Conlin v. Seattle community college economics instructor Kshama Sawant for position 2 on the Seattle City Council.

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Zahir Ebrahim | Project Humanbeingsfirst.org 12.11.2013 22:09
The age of deception
The revolution Orwell endeared his generations of readers toward is next to impossible when reality is brought to the public mind wrapped in layers of deception, like an onion. The exposé of Israel Shamir reproduced below is the rare oddity that these layers of deceit got automatically peeled away by a single photograph. It does not normally happen --- which is why dissent-con artists are able to thrive in the West so prolifically.

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joe anybody 12.11.2013 21:21
Video: Portland Human Rights Commission Meeting 11.6.13
The monthly meeting of the Portland Human Rights Commission for 11.6.13
The Agenda for this meeting is attached

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mpn 12.11.2013 11:39
US Police Have Killed Over 5,000 Civilians Since 9/11
Since 9/11, about 5,000 Americans have been killed by U.S. police officers, which is almost equivalent to the number of U.S. soldiers who have been killed in the line of duty in Iraq.

It's estimated that between 500 and 1,000 Americans are killed by police officers annually.

Statistically speaking, Americans should be more fearful of the local cops than "terrorists."

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hh 12.11.2013 11:06
(video) A People's History of American Empire by Howard Zinn
(8:35)  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Arn3lF5XSUg

Empire or Humanity?
What the Classroom Didn't Teach Me about the American Empire
by Howard Zinn

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marc 12.11.2013 04:18
Wars against Terror
"You can no more win a war than you can win an earthquake" (Jeanette Raskin)
"Every war has two losers" (William Stafford). A polish proverb: "You can make fish soup out of an aquarium but can't make an aquarium out of fishsoup"
George Orwell warned that war would become a domestic necessity to divert the people from economic contradiction, exploding inequality or generalized worry

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Shamus Cooke 11.11.2013 18:02
The Super Rich Reinvent U.S. Capitalism
As U.S. corporate profits soar to record highs, food stamps for the neediest were quietly cut. The politicians who are demanding endless cuts to social programs — Democrats and Republicans alike — insist that the U.S. is broke, all the while conveniently ignoring the mountains of tax-free wealth piling up in the pockets of the super rich.

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