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Jul 24 10:27

Sanders calls on Dem party boss to step down following email leaks

She "should not be chair of the DNC, and I think these emails reiterate that reason why she should not be chair," the Vermont senator said on ABC's "This Week."

"I think she should resign, period, and I think we need a new chair that's going to lead us in a new direction."

I thought Debbie Wasserman Shultz already announced she would resign by year's end (probably to take that cushy White house job Hillary is rewarding her with.)

Jul 24 10:18

Public school bans applause because it might startle 'sensitive' students ... but 'silent cheering' approved as ok (for now)

A public elementary school in Sydney, Australia, has banned applause from its school assemblies, "to respect members of our school community who are sensitive to noise."

Jul 24 10:18

Breaking Through Power: Karen Friedman On Protecting Pensions

The Center for Study of Responsive Law celebrated the 50th anniversary year of Ralph Nader’s book Unsafe at Any Speed at Constitution Hall in Washingtobn.

Jul 24 10:14

Sanders Must Disavow Clinton Endorsement

Bernie Sanders Must Disavow Hillary Clinton Endorsement: Rigged Election
Bernie Never Had a Chance: The Fix Was In

Bernie Sanders is facing mounting pressure from his supporters to disavow his endorsement of Hillary Clinton after a WikiLeaks release of 20,000 internal e-mails of the Democratic National Committee indicates the primary election was rigged.

Bernie’s campaign manager, Jeff Weaver, said someone must be held accountable for cheating voters out of a fair and impartial election.

“Someone has to be held accountable”>>>

Jul 24 10:09

Jury finds DuPont guilty of dumping cancer-causing Teflon chemicals into Ohio River that spread across the globe, causing widespread illness and death

The jury that heard the case presented on behalf of the plaintiff by "America's Lawyer" Mike Papantonio unanimously agreed that DuPont demonstrated "conscious disregard" for human health by routinely dumping C-8 into the Ohio River during the manufacture of Teflon pans -- and we now know that C-8 has since circulated globally, contaminating oceans, lakes, and other waterways throughout the world.

DuPont acted not only in gross negligence by failing to properly dispose of C-8 in a way that wouldn't damage the environment and water supplies used by humans and animals, but also engaged in intentional vandalism and routine crimes against humanity. You see, C-8 doesn't break down like other compounds -- and DuPont knew all along that it was harmful to humans -- and yet the company chose to pour it into the Ohio River regardless.

Jul 24 10:04

Wasserman Schultz OUT!

Wasserman Schultz ousted from convention role amid email leak

Jul 24 09:59

It’s a sea monster! China unveils world's largest amphibious aircraft used to fight forest fires and perform marine rescues

The aircraft, dubbed the AG600, is around the size of a Boeing 737 - far larger than any other plane built to take off and land on water.

It has a maximum flight range of 2,800 miles and can collect 12 tonnes of water in 20 seconds. Its maximum take-off weight of 53.5 tonnes.

Jul 24 09:40

WikiLeaks Publishes DNC Emails Showing Scheme Against Bernie Sanders

Whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks has published nearly 20,000 emails from members of the US Democratic National Committee (DNC), raising suspicions about its impartiality during the Democratic primary.

Jul 24 09:39

Germany machete attack: Syrian refugee kills one and injures others after hacking at passersby in street

The man is believed to have launched the horrifying attack on members of the public in the town of Reutlingen this afternoon

Jul 24 09:23

Colorado Bill Would Fine Police $15,000 for Interfering with Citizens Filming Them

By Alek Hidell

All too often we have seen police interfere with citizens attempting to catch misconduct on video. A bill in the Colorado Legislature is setting the groundwork that would subject officers who attempt to block, destroy or seize lawfully recorded video by citizens, seeing these officers face a penalty of up to $15,000. The bill was introduced by a bipartisan team of state representatives comprised of three Democrats and a Republican...

Jul 24 09:02

SATURDAY ALTERNATIVE CARTOONS: JULY 23, 2016

Here is another round of cartoons from Snippits. Enjoy!!! :-)

Webmaster addition: The one about Hillary and NASA is not entirely correct. During the Mercury program, NASA actually had a team of 13 female astronauts, dubbed the "Astronettes" who were trained and qualified to fly, but never did due to politics. The death blow to the program was when John Glenn referred to the Astronettes as "98 pounds of recreational equipment." Russia subsequently beat the US to the first woman in space with Valentina Terishkova, and the US ignored the whole issue until Sally Ride's flight on the shuttle.

Jul 24 09:00

Appalachian State University Summer Symposium on Remembering the Holocaust

Perhaps it was when 90-year-old Joseph Hirt, yet another “THE Holocaust(TM) Survivor” making a living from going into school after school to traumatize children with . . . ah-hum “exaggerations” (i.e. blatant LIES) . . . was recently exposed as being a fraud . . .

. . . Or perhaps it was when 87 year old Ursula Haverbeck was recently sentenced to 10 months in prison for the “high crime” of questioning the official narrative of “THE Holocaust(TM)” in Germany . . one of the many countries where it is actually against the law to question this period of history (Including Israel) . . .

What is the old saying, “The TRUTH needs NO LAW to protect it”?

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