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Republican or Democrat, Liberal or Conservative… We are ALL Americans

“America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.” – Abraham Lincoln Whatever side of the aisle you are on, please revere and protect our American heritage and the core values that have made us great and strong. The post Republican or Democrat, Liberal or Conservative… We are ALL Americans appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Terrorists Do Us Harm by Killing People But They Win Only If They Kill Our Ideals. – by  Michael Josephson 

“America is great because America is good. If America ever stops being good she will stop being great.” – Alexis De Tocqueville ————– Republican or Democrat, conservative or liberal, if you are following the news I hope you share my dismay and concern about fear-mongering demagogic rhetoric which has been embraced by millions of Americans desperately seeking to feel safe. … Read More

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Terrorists Do Us Harm by Killing People But They Win Only If They Kill Our Ideals. – by  Michael Josephson 

Occupy Wall Street concerns still relevant | The Falcon

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In 2011, the Occupy Wall Street movement started with a bang. Its horizontally organized members roared against inequality, unbridled capitalism and the dominant influence of corporations over government. The movement …

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Occupy Wall Street concerns still relevant | The Falcon

Councilman Arrested at Occupy Wall Street Donates His Settlement …

Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, a Manhattan Democrat who sued the city after he was roughed up by cops at the Occupy Wall Street protests, said today he'll donate his $30,000 settlement to the Center for Constitutional …

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Horizons: I'm Not Buying O'Malley on Wall Street Reform

To do so, he wrote an op-ed in the Des Moines Register titled: Prevent Another Crash, Reform Wall Street. I'm sorry to say that all he's done is demonstrate that he doesn't understand what caused the financial crisis of 2008 or …

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Horizons: I'm Not Buying O'Malley on Wall Street Reform

Mario Cuomo's legendary speech at the 1984 Democratic National Convention

Mario Cuomo, the former governor of New York who died Thursday at the age of 82 , was perhaps best known for a 1984 speech in which he criticized then-President Ronald Reagan for ignoring the plight of lower and middle class Americans. See also: 44 Obscure Facts You Didn't Know About U.S. Presidents "We must make the American people hear our 'Tale of Two Cities,'" then-New York Gov. Cuomo told …

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Ignatius: Warren’s war against Wall Street

The Massachusetts senator?s fight with ?the Wall Street view? pits her against Obama?s pick for Treasury.

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Ignatius: Warren’s war against Wall Street

Occupy Wall Street Three Years Later – Open Media Boston

To revolutionaries, and I'd imagine many others too, anniversaries are when we remember past events and struggles, discuss their significance and what lessons they may hold for us in the current moment. Although I hold to …

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Michael Wolraich: Bob La Follette proved corporate power can be defeated

The odds were against Bob La Follette when he set out to fight corporate influence our politics. But he didn't give up, and eventually he was able to bring about real change.

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Transparency bid over high earners

Companies would also be made to publish details of middle-range salaries and consult employees on future executive pay deals, Vince Cable said.

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Transparency bid over high earners