HomeUncategorizedNoam Chomsky, Cornel West, Naomi Klein Join Over 100 Academics Denouncing The Israel lobby’s Attempt To Cancel Lowkey (& Open Thread)

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jcitybone

Thanks LD

orlbucfan

Follow the protocols. Dying of Covid aka suffocating to death is no fun.

Torabs
Torabs

I’m glad they studied this. The persistent failure to see non-white people as fully human is a persistent problem across this country (as the frenzied reactions to the Ukraine invasion also show).

jcitybone

orlbucfan

👏👏👏

jcitybone

orlbucfan

This has been happening for some time. Kochroaches pulled it on FSU.

jcitybone

https://www.businessinsider.com/sanders-manchin-biden-billionaire-tax-plan-2022-3

Sen. Bernie Sanders took a swipe at Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia on Tuesday after the conservative Democrat sunk a fresh White House tax proposal taking aim at the richest Americans.

“I don’t care what Mr. Manchin has to say,” he told Insider on Tuesday.

He went on: “At a time of massive income and wealth inequality where billionaires are doing phenomenally well and in some cases don’t pay any federal taxes, it’s absolutely essential that we have a progressive tax system and demand billionaires pay their fair share in taxes. We got to go forward on that.”

jcitybone

https://www.cnn.com/2022/03/31/politics/sinema-manchin-kelly-democratic-senators-republicans-david-weil/index.html

Three moderate Senate Democrats joined Republicans on Wednesday night in voting against advancing President Joe Biden’s nominee to head the Labor Department’s Wage and Hour Division.

Democratic Sens. Kyrsten Sinema, Joe Manchin and Mark Kelly voted against a procedural vote to advance David Weil’s nomination. The final vote count was 47-53, where a simple majority was needed to advance the nomination.

Weil previously served in this role during the Obama administration from 2014 to 2017 and faced criticism from conservative groups for policies he enacted at the time that they argue hurt small businesses, such as pushing to classify independent contractors as employees. Private groups were urging moderate Democrats to vote against Weil’s nomination.

orlbucfan

Wonder how much these private groups paid in bribes? Mark Kelly ought to know better. What’s his problem? He’s afraid of the FRightwingnut tRumpies?

wi64

Agreed, Most Astronauts once in space develop a better world view so i dont get it either.