GOP suffers Massive Heart Attack
It's a relief of course that the Supreme Court has ruled 6 to 3 AGAINST the umpteenth corporate-financed lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act. But this decision was such a no-brainer, how else could they rule?
This article by EcoWatch cuts to the chase.
Here's the worst part of Obama's proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership: it will tilt the playing field even further — much much further — in favor of the world's wealthiest investors. This New Yorker article, Trade Agreement Troubles, sums it up perfectly. The bureaucratic term for these global of, by and for the Investing Class regulations is Investor-State Dispute Settlement (or I.S.D.S.) provisions. Don't be put off guard by such a bland sleep-inducing term like “Investor-State Dispute Settlement.” This is fuckin' Scary.
Saxophonist/composer Ornette Coleman passed away yesterday at age 85. He was never exactly a household name, but he was one of the most vital musical innovators (of any musical category) of the past sixty years.
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The liberal media has not told us what really happened at that wild pool party in McKinney, Texas. It all started with:
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King v. Burwell, as you know, is the current Supreme Court case against the Affordable Care Act. Republicans are hoping the SCOTUS will rule that six million currently-insured Americans will lose their coverage. Regarding the lawsuit, Senator John Thune (R—DUUUHHH) has taken Republican/circular “logic” to soaring new heights:
Billionaire campaign donors have reached the point of diminishing returns. Inflation, you might say. From the linked article: