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  1. The Sane Case for Auditing the FedBy Nick GillespieRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Daily Beast

    The Federal Reserve, which was just caught paying footsie with Goldman Sachs, is as shadowy as it is powerful. So why can't Congress bring itself to actually audit the damn thing? If you want to get a sense of just how incredibly powerful the Federal Reserve really is, forget about interest rates, reserve requirements, or even the ways in which a random nose-pick or burp by Janet Yellin during lunch at a Jackson Hole delicatessen might send markets soaring or crashing.


  2. Climate March Turns Into Climate Bike RideRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | The Goshen College Record

    A week after the People's Climate March, four young men-two Goshen College students, one former student and a friend-finally returned to Goshen after traveling by car and bicycle from New York. Roberto Ortiz and Miguel Rodriguez, both first-years, along with Nathan Overbey, an Elkhart resident, traveled to participate in the largest gathering for climate action to date separately from the Goshen College bus group.


  3. Ready for Warren staffing up in key statesRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Hill

    A super-PAC pushing Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for president is staffing up in key presidential states. Ready for Warren , the group that aims to draft the senator to run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, is hiring new staff in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina, three important early voting states, according to a report from MSNBC .


  4. Iraq snapshotRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Common Ills

    Wednesday, October 1, 2014. Chaos and violence continue, Barack's 'plan' continues to falter, Barack steps away from fears of civilian casualties from US bombings, monthly totals for Septembers dead and wounded are released, does a better job of counting the dead than does the United Nations, England joins in bombing Iraq, Senator Patty Murray works to address the issue of homeless veterans, TRICARE is failing some military families in the US, and much more.


  5. StalkerRead the original story

    Yesterday | Mikey Likes It!

    Stalker premiered on CBS tonight. Not sure what to make of it. Maggie Q is great in it.


  6. Hillary Clinton Must Find a Winning Message for the 2016 Presidential ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | US News & World Report

    Life is good for Hillary Clinton. She just welcomed her first grandchild into the world and every Sunday night on "Madame Secretary" she gets to watch her alter ego Elizabeth McCord battle bureaucrats in Washington and bad guys abroad.


  7. Darrell Delamaide's Political Capital: Sanders ready to preach revolution to DemocratsRead the original story

    Yesterday | MarketWatch

    Bernie Sanders, the independent Vermont senator who says he may seek the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, has a funny of way of winning support as he labels the party's long-term strategy "pathetic." Sanders is referring to the complacent assumption among professional campaign advisers that demographics alone will assure Democratic dominance in future elections.


  8. $2.4 million grant helps CCV meet today's demandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Bennington Banner

    The Community College of Vermont has received nearly $2.4 million dollars in grant funding to help Vermonters acquire the necessary skills to work in high demand industries, such as healthcare, business, and technology. The Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training grant was awarded to the college by the U.S. Department of Labor on Monday.


  9. Teamsters' Ken Hall highlights Day 2 of BLET's Third National ConventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen

    Teamsters General Secretary-Treasurer Ken Hall motivated BLET delegates with an energetic speech that was a highlight today of the BLET's Third National Convention. Delegates enjoyed video messages from U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren and U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown during Day 2 of the session.


  10. On Native GroundJIM Jeffords: Last of the Moderate RepublicansRead the original story

    Aug 21, 2014 | American Reporter

    In the obituaries that came out after the death of former U.S. Sen. James Jeffords of Vermont at age 80 on Aug. 18, nearly all focused upon the act that defined his long political career: his decision in May 2001 to leave the Republican Party and become an independent. It was a move that was, on the surface, uncharacteristic.


  11. On Native GroundCAN Mitt Romney Tell the Truth?Read the original story

    May 4, 2012 | American Reporter

    It is a crisis that has been purely manufactured by Congress, and if Congress has its way, the Postal Service will not survive. Aside from my Senator, Bernie Sanders, few in Congress put up much of a fight to protect the Postal Service from cuts that will cripple and ultimately kill it.


  12. Campaign 2012PERRY on Iraq: Let's Go BackRead the original story

    Jan 8, 2011 | American Reporter

    The people who came to the Occupy protests and encampments around the country this past fall had many different causes they supported. But nearly all were in agreement about the one big thing that they see wrong with America -- the domination of the political process by monied interests.


  13. Sen. Bernie Sanders: 'I'll be damned' if Americans lead ISIS fightRead the original story

    Tuesday | WICU12 Erie

    Sen. Bernie Sanders, one of the Senate's leading doves, said Tuesday he doesn't want the United States leading the fight against ISIS. Instead, said the Vermont senator, who is eyeing a 2016 presidential bid, the nation should be focused on helping the middle class.


  14. Bernie Sanders Goes There: 'We Need A Political Revolution In This Country'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Crooks and Liars

    The one thing you have to love about Bernie Sanders: He's got no caucus or party to please, so he's not afraid to call it like he sees it. What happens after all the fear mongering that Iran is developing a nuclear weapons bunker turns out to be bunk? U.N. inspectors found "nothing to Turns out Matt Taibbi is already acquainted with Rep. Alan Grayson.


  15. Seriously, Where on Earth Is Kim Jong Un?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Truthdig

    The North Korean leader hasn't been seen in public since early September, which one writer describes as "curious"; Uruguay's Jose Mujica may be the most radical and generous president around; meanwhile, is the "Yes Means Yes" law an "ill-conceived detour" for feminism? These discoveries and more below. Glorious Leader Kim Jong Un's Glorious Disappearance On Saturday, a group of North Korean athletes convened for a peculiar meeting.


  16. Bernie Sanders: Saudi Arabia 'Laughing All the Way to the Bank' while US takes on ISISRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday |

    On Tuesday's "New Day" on CNN, Sen. Bernie Sanders , a self-described socialist, criticized the United States' so-called Arab allies in the Middle East for not being more proactive in the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Sanders said he opposed any action taken by the United States and insisted the United States would require help from those Mideast countries.


  17. Orman campaign shows support for independent candidatesRead the original story

    Tuesday |

    Most independent candidates don't have a snowballs chance of winning elections. But Greg Orman has money to spend on advertizing and that has made his campaign a game changer.


  18. Sen. Bernie Sanders: Arab nations should take lead in fighting Islamic StateRead the original story

    Tuesday | Washington Times

    Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont pushed back Tuesday against Speaker John Boehner's suggestion over the weekend the U.S. military may have "no choice" but to send ground troops into Syria to deal with the Islamic State. The independent senator said Arab nations should be leading the charge against the brutal militants in their region of the world.


  19. ACA's second round: An even tougher push - Open Payments website...Read the original story

    Tuesday | Politico

    OBAMACARE ROUND TWO: AN EVEN TOUGHER TASK - "The second Obamacare enrollment season could go negative - but not because of the health care law's critics," writes Pro's Jennifer Haberkorn. "There are several challenges: The 2015 enrollment period is shorter, the most motivated Americans are probably already enrolled and the law is still politically unpopular.


  20. Sanders tells Democrats voter turnout is the keyRead the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | Foster's Daily Democrat

    At the Strafford County Democratic Committee's Fall Celebration Saturday, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., told the gathering that most Americans agree on the issues but are alienated with the political process and are not voting. "In this coming elections it is projected that 60 percent will not vote and if you drill down a little bit, 70 percent of low-income workers will not vote, and 75-80 percent of young people will not vote.