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A Look At Where Bernie Sanders’ Movement Goes From Here : NPR


Bernie Sanders may have lost the Democratic race for President, but his supporters believe some of his ideas won. Sanders surrogate Jonathan Tasini looks at his legacy.

Source: A Look At Where Bernie Sanders’ Movement Goes From Here : NPR

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Campaign For Universal Health Care In Colorado Seeks Bernie Sanders’ Help | KUNC


Backers of ColoradoCare — the state ballot initiative that would establish universal health care in Colorado — think they have the perfect job for former

Source: Campaign For Universal Health Care In Colorado Seeks Bernie Sanders’ Help | KUNC

Tulsi Gabbard for Congress | Add your name to thank Bernie Sanders


Source: Tulsi Gabbard for Congress | Add your name to thank Bernie Sanders

Former CIA Director Drops Bombshell: Trump In Possible ‘Conspiracy’ With Foreign Power (VIDEO) – New Century Times


Source: Former CIA Director Drops Bombshell: Trump In Possible ‘Conspiracy’ With Foreign Power (VIDEO) – New Century Times

Democrats Agree To Compromise On Superdelegates And Other Reforms


A “unity commission” proposal will strip two-thirds of superdelegates of their power to vote independently.

Source: Democrats Agree To Compromise On Superdelegates And Other Reforms

No Longer Just Suspicion: Experts Trace DNC Hacker Back To Russian Internet Server | Addicting Info | The Knowledge You Crave


Welp, it’s official.

Source: No Longer Just Suspicion: Experts Trace DNC Hacker Back To Russian Internet Server | Addicting Info | The Knowledge You Crave

Charles Kettles, heroic Vietnam veteran from Ypsilanti, Michigan, awarded the Medal of Honor | Eclectablog


The dashing young man in the photo above is Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Charles S. Kettles. LTC Kettles, who lives in Ypsilanti, Michigan, was awarded the Medal of Honor yesterday at a White House ceremony. His story is extraordinary. Here’s an excerpt from President Obama’s remarks: May 15, 1967, started as a hot Monday morning. Soldiers from the 101st Airborne were battling hundreds of heavily armed North Vietnamese in a rural riverbed. Our men were outnumbered. They needed support fast –- helicopters to get the wounded out and bring more soldiers into the fight. Chuck Kettles was a helo pilot. And just as he’d volunteered for active duty, on this morning he volunteered his Hueys –- even though he knew the danger. They called this place “Chump Valley” for a reason: Above the riverbed rose a 1,500-foot-tall hill, and the enemy was dug into an extensive series of tunnels and bunkers — the ideal spot for an ambush. But Chuck jumped into the cockpit and took off. Around 9 a.m., his compa

Source: Charles Kettles, heroic Vietnam veteran from Ypsilanti, Michigan, awarded the Medal of Honor | Eclectablog

My Stuttering Mind | Eclectablog


I have not posted in about a month. The reason escaped me for the weeks since, but I think I have finally figured it out. My mind is stuttering. I have been deeply involved in politics for 25 years now. Most of that time on the radio, but certainly as an activist, a surrogate for many candidates, and a guest speaker at many groups and Union meetings. I have spoken to literally thousands of people over those 25 years and mostly to great success. That was until this year. This year my prognostication skills have been not just tested or bent, but shattered into small pieces. I have been so wrong about national politics and the events that surround them that it has made me a little gun-shy, and please excuse that pun. My ability to clearly see paths for success or troubles for passage have been so clouded by Donald Trump’s candidacy that I began to question my leadership as a pundit and as a Progressive. And, I repeat, I finally figured that my mind was stuttering, badly. What I mean by t

Source: My Stuttering Mind | Eclectablog

Add your name if you agree: Democrats are fighting to make voting easier


Source: Add your name if you agree: Democrats are fighting to make voting easier

DWS will not gavel in the DNC. She’s gone. Meanwhile, there’s a fascist to defeat—so focus!


Source: DWS will not gavel in the DNC. She’s gone. Meanwhile, there’s a fascist to defeat—so focus!

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