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Women's rights in the 1800s' America

Women's suffrage Thanks to those ladies who gave up much to give us much! You have begun to change our lives, it's up to us to do the rest.

First order of business Call the DNC (202) 863 - 8000 Bernie has recommended Keith Ellison as new DNC Chair. The establishment is pushing Howard Dean to maintain the status quo. Tell them Hell No! Click this link to send them an email too. https://my.democrats.org/page/s/contact

If You Told Me I'd Be Fascinated By A Comic About Being Poor, I Would Have Thought You Were Drunk
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If You Told Me I'd Be Fascinated By A Comic About Being Poor, I Would Have Thought You Were Drunk

The recession ended in 2009 - supposedly - but almost ALL of the economic gains since have gone to the highest earners. Check out these stats - the DO NO VOTE FOR more support for Corporations, *even* if you are in the (Remember the French Revolution)

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The best solution on climate change requires Congress to act

The best solution on climate change requires Congress to act: Bernie Saunders introduced a bill to reduce US greenhouse gas emissions because it's the right move for current and future generations

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"The corporate grip on opinion in the United States is one of the wonders of the world. No FIRST WORLD COUNTRY has ever managed to eliminate so entirely from its media all objectivity - much less dissent." --Gore Vidal

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Why are there suddenly millions of socialists in America?

Members of the audience during a campaign rally for Bernie Sanders in Minneapolis, 29 February 2016.

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One day, nine cruel evictions. How supersized inequality looks in the US

No pity or sentiment in crisis–hit Milwaukee, where I saw a succession of poor, black families turfed on to the city’s freezing streets

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Bernie Sanders: US 'not interested in Clinton's emails'

Bernie Sanders receives a standing ovation at the Democratic presidential debate after saying the American people no longer want to hear about Hillary Clinton's emails.