Paul Krugman Propaganda Fully Exposed and Debunked

Paul KlugmanThe New York Times posted a Paul Krugman article “Sanders Over the Edge” criticizing Bernie Sanders that is obviously politically (and Wall Street) driven propaganda. What Krugman and the majority of politicians fail to realize is that the Wall Street banks created a new “non-traditional’ mortgage “securitization” that has directly affected over 180 MILLION Americans and indirectly affected 180 million more folks across the United States of America.

With that said the biggest failure that Krugman and his pals overlook is that American homeowners are wising up and researching exactly what has happened to their properties and precisely who was behind the scheme. Continue reading

Bernie releases incredible ad featuring Tulsi Gabbard

We are so proud of of our Hawaii Congressional Representative Tulsi Gabbard. This commercial reaches the depth of our souls.

Bernie Sanders is the only candidate addressing Wall Street issues head on.

Thank you Tulsi Gabbard. This commercial gave us “chicken skin” – (she’ll understand).

VOTE tomorrow Hawaii. 1 pm. Be there! Okay, yeah?

How Soon They Think We Forget…

Obama bullshit

This quote is actually on the Change.gov Ethic’s page… No, really it is! Maybe President Obama just forgot it was there… ya think?

Obama Nominates Congressman to Lead Mortgage Agency Continue reading

RSN: The American People Are Angry

This is a post and video that the entire United States public needs to view.  Please forward the message to your friends and family.  Thank you in advance. DeadlyClear

By Bernie Sanders, Reader Supported News
28 June 12

The American people are angry. They are angry that they are being forced to live through the worst recession in our lifetimes — with sky-high unemployment, with millions of people losing their homes and their life savings. They are angry that they will not have a decent retirement, that they can’t afford to send their children to college, that they can’t afford health insurance and that, in some cases, they can’t even buy the food they need to adequately feed their families.

They are angry because they know that this recession was not caused by the middle class and working families of this country. It was not caused by the teachers, firefighters and police officers and their unions who are under attack all over the country. It was not caused by construction workers, factory workers, nurses or childcare workers.

This recession was caused by the greed, recklessness, and illegal behavior on Wall Street. And, what makes people furious is that Wall Street still has not learned its lessons. Continue reading

Wall Street reform also must address the powerful and secretive Federal Reserve

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), 03/28/11. (photo:  Getty Images)
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), 03/28/11. (photo: Getty Images)

Wall Street Protests: A Good Place to Start
By Sen. Bernie Sanders, The Boston Globe
07 October 11

he protest movement called Occupy Wall Street has struck a nerve. The demonstrators’ goals may be vague, but their grievances are very real. If our country is to break out of this horrendous recession and create the millions of jobs we desperately need, if we are going to create a financially-stable future, we must take a hard look at Wall Street and demand fundamental reforms. I hope the protesters provide the spark that ignites that process.

The truth is that millions of Americans Continue reading

Hats Off to Bernie and the Gang: First Federal Reserve Audit Reveals Trillions in Secret Bailouts

By Matthew Cardinale, Inter Press Service
29 August 11

he first-ever audit of the US Federal Reserve has revealed $16 trillion dollars in secret bank bailouts and has raised more questions about the quasi-private agency’s opaque operations.  “This is a clear case of socialism for the rich and rugged, you’re-on-your-own individualism for everyone else,” US Senator Bernie Sanders, an Independent from Vermont, said in a statement.

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The Man Who May Bring the Banksters to Justice (If They Don’t Break His Knees First)

Miles Mogulescu for HUFFINGTON POST
Entertainment attorney, writer, and political activist

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman may go down in history as the most important public official in reforming the corrupt financial system that caused the great Financial Crisis of 2008 and holding the perps responsible — if he can hold out against pressure from Wall Street, the Federal Reserve, and the Obama administration to give Wall Street a “Get Out of Jail Free” card.

Eric Schneiderman has played a key role in the investigation of foreclosure fraud and robo-signing by 50 state attorneys general against JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, and Ally Bank. Reportedly, most of of the attorneys general — Continue reading

Bernie Sanders tells it like it is – The American People Are Angry

The American People Are Angry
By Sen. Bernie Sanders, Reader Supported News
28 July 11

s House and Senate leaders fine-tuned rival deficit reduction plans on Wednesday, Sen. Bernie Sanders spoke on the Senate floor about the public’s strong belief that additional revenue from the wealthy should be part of any package to reduce red ink. He cited a new Washington Post poll that found 72 percent favor raising taxes on those who make more than $250,000 year. Despite those overwhelming numbers, he said, “We are marching down a path which will do exactly opposite of what the American people want.” He called Republican opposition to more revenue “fanatical.” He also faulted President Obama for a bargaining strategy that sugars down to this: “Retreat after retreat after retreat.” Of the competing House and Senate proposals Sanders bluntly concluded that one is bad and the other is much worse. He shared his assessment with Continue reading

…there was no next time

there was no next time.
By DEADLY CLEAR
July 21, 2011

Now is the time to speak up… Newsmax.com (a right-wing news blog) writes the ‘Gang of Six’ Plan ‘Total Joke’ and comments, “[T]he compromise plan that the so-called “Gang of Six” in the Senate is proposing to solve the debt-ceiling crisis is a “total joke” that shows nothing but contempt for the American people, Mark Steyn writes in The Corner column at National Review Online.”  

Progressive Democrats (a Progressive Change Campaign Committee PAC) are opposing President Obama and are refusing to re-elect him if he cuts Social Security and Medicare to which Senator Bernie Sanders from Vermont says, “This senator is going to fight back. I was not elected to the United States Senate to make devastating cuts in Social Security, in Medicare, in Medicaid…”.  And Investment firm economists like Mike Larson of Weiss Research, Inc. are urging their subscribers by email to be concerned saying, “I think it shows just how unsolvable our nation’s Continue reading