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Thursday, August 21, 2014

‘National & World News’ Archives

The truth about jobs

The truth about jobs

      Obama vs. Romney: Jobs By Bob Burnett Jobs and the economy remain Americans' number one concern. While Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have promised to create millions of jobs if they are elected President, there are stark differences between their plans. In the first presidential debate, Romney promised , "If I'm president I will create... 12 million new jobs," the equivalent of 250,000 jobs per month for 48 months. The Washington Post "Factchecker" ... Full Story

Four Pinocchios for Mitt

Four Pinocchios for Mitt

  Mitt Romney’s ‘new math’ for jobs plan doesn’t add up  By Glenn Kessler Let me tell you how I will create 12 million jobs when President Obama couldn't. First, my energy independence policy means more than 3 million new jobs, many of them in manufacturing. My tax reform plan to lower rates for the middle class and for small business creates 7 million more. And expanding trade, cracking down on China and improving job training takes us to over 12 million new ... Full Story

Slave States for Romney

Slave States for Romney

It is no coincidence that the Tea Party bears such a striking resemblance to the KKK. The Tea Party has infiltrated and greatly influenced the political party of choice, just as the KKK did in the 1920's. Many of the core beliefs of the Tea Party are also the core beliefs of the KKK and explains the rampant racism directed at President Obama. The following article gives a thoughtful explanation of the forces at work in todays ... Full Story

The Federal Bailout That Saved Mitt Romney

The Federal Bailout That Saved Mitt Romney

          Government documents prove the candidate's mythology is just that By Tim Dickinson August 29, 2012 7:00 AM ET Mitt Romney likes to say he won't "apologize" for his success in business. But what he never says is "thank you" – to the American people – for the federal bailout of Bain & Company that made so much of his outsize wealth possible. According to the candidate's mythology, Romney took leave of his duties at the private ... Full Story

GOP Election fraud scandal widens

GOP Election fraud scandal widens

    Nationwide GOP Voter Registration Fraud Scandal Widens, Criminal Probe Opens in Florida October 1st, 2012 7:23 pm Brad Friedman A major element of the Republican National Committee’s overall attempt to game the 2012 elections by trying to affect who gets to vote and who does not, has just been stopped dead in its tracks. Along with it, a criminal election fraud complaint has now reportedly been filed with law enforcement in the state of Florida against a ... Full Story

Right-wing lies kill family

Right-wing lies kill family

              Report: Man Who Was 'Tortured' by the Prospect of Obama's Re-Election Kills Family, Self A tragic consequence of mental illness and the right's routine demonization of Democratic presidents. September 28, 2012  | The Right has painted a potential second term under Obama in apocalyptic terms. Fox News host Sean Hannity said that "if Obama is re-elected, it's the end of America as we know it." Pastor John Hagee, ... Full Story

Will Republicans steal the election?

  There is genuine concern that the republicans will try to steal the coming election. There is plenty of evidence that they have the mindset to do so. In addition the wholesale lies by the Republicans and their SuperPacs, (go to Politifact.com to see) there are many avenues available that may be effective. Certainly the efforts at voter suppression in the guise of fighting a non-existent voter fraud is one example. However, it turns out that the Republican’s worry about ... Full Story

Torture in Texas: Keystone XL

Torture in Texas: Keystone XL

    What Fascism Looks Like -- Transcanada And Brutality In East Texas By William Boardman The last stand at the Alamo was in west Texas.  East Texas now has a county in the midst of its own last stand against another foreign invader.  At the Alamo in 1836 it was the Mexican army over-running all in its path.  In Wood County today it's the Canadian corporation TransCanada's Keystone XL Pipeline over-running all in its path -- only this time the Texas government is on ... Full Story

Hispanic and women farmers, USDA discrimination

Claims Filing Period for Hispanic and Women Farmers and Ranchers Who Claim Past Discrimination at USDA to Open on September 24, 2012 Those Eligible Must File Claims No Later Than March 25, 2013 Espanol   WASHINGTON, Sept. 24, 2012- Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that Hispanic and women farmers and ranchers who allege discrimination by the USDA in past decades can file claims between September 24, 2012 and March 25, ... Full Story

Right Wing trolls bash pizza parlor

Right Wing trolls bash pizza parlor

    Right Wing Trolls Trash A Small Business — For Welcoming Obama September 11th, 2012 10:40 pm Henry Decker Scott Van Duzer, the Florida restauranteur who lifted President Obama off the ground in a bear hug when Obama visited his pizzeria on Sunday, thought that he was just creating a lighthearted photo-op. Unfortunately, Van Duzer underestimated how rabidly the right-wing fringe hates the president. Republicans have organized a boycott of Big Apple Pizza because ... Full Story

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