Some of Today's Headlines
3 Days After Bombshell: silence!... Comey Leaves Voters In The Dark With 8 Days Until Election... Prosecutors Unload On 'Unprecedented' Move... Holder Piles On: Announcement 'Violated' Justice Department Policies... Comey Unmasked: Apolitical Image Starts To Fray... 'October Surprise' Could Scramble Swing States... First Poll Since Announcement Shows No Effect On Clinton -- Yet...
James Comey's Clinton Email Announcement Leaves Voters In The Dark
Three days have passed since FBI Director James Comey made the unprecedented decision to insert the bureau into the 2016 presidential campaign. There's just over a week left until Election Day. Yet voters trying to determine the potential impact of a newly uncovered trove of emails that may or may not implicate Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton have virtually nothing to go on other than reports sourced to anonymous law enforcement officials with differing agendas.
Comey told bureau employees on Friday that he felt obligated to send his now-famous letter to Congress out of an "abundance of caution." Comey's three-paragraph missive stated the bureau had not yet determined "whether or not this material may be significant," meaning that the news that has tossed the presidential campaign into chaos may ultimately have no impact on the investigation whatsoever. ... Read moreLeonardo DiCaprio
As he explores the topic of climate change, and discovers what must be done today to prevent catastrophic disruption of life on our planet.
Leonardo DiCaprio: Before the Flood (trailer) (2016) [2:54]
NatGeo | Before the Flood (full) (10/30/16) [1:35:32]
About Before the Flood:
Before the Flood, directed by Fisher Stevens, captures a three-year personal journey alongside Academy Award-winning actor and U.N. Messenger of Peace Leonardo DiCaprio as he interviews individuals from every facet of society in both developing and developed nations who provide unique, impassioned and pragmatic views on what must be done today and in the future to prevent catastrophic disruption of life on our planet.
It's All But Official: Donald Trump Won't Release His Tax ReturnsFox | Michael Moore Tells Megyn Kelly He's Amused by the Trumps Praising His Pro-Clinton Film (10/27/16) [7:08]
MSNBC | Morning Joe: Not Over, But New Polls Bad For Donald Trump (10/28/16) [21:03]
CNN | FBI Reopening investigation into Hillary Clinton Email Server (10/28/16) [5:41]
MSNBC | Hillary Clinton Emails Found During Probe Into Anthony Weiner sexting a 15yr old (10/28/16) [5:41]
Huma Abedin: "I Have No Idea How The Emails Got On Weiner's Computer"
After obtaining the necessary warrant to examine the emails found on Anthony Weiner's notebook, the FBI is now filtering the emails using a software program that will separate out any emails that investigators have not seen before. Meanwhile, Huma Abedin is stumped, with CNBC reporting that she has no idea how the emails got there. ... Read moreClick to see more
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Monday, October 31 [12:45]
LastWeekTonightHBO John Oliver | John Oliver rips Anthony Weiner for putting the US at risk of President Trump (10/30/16) [3:53]
HBO John Oliver | School Segregation (10/30/16) [17:58]
TRNN | The Laura Flanders Show: People Power & U.S. Elections with Ralph Nader (10/29/16) [27:15]
TRNN | While unarmed Dakota Access pipeline protesters are met with force, armed militia members including the Bundy brothers were acquitted of their occupation of a federal space (10/29/16) [12:12]
TYT & RoF | Climate Change Will Spark Global Economic Crisis (10/30/16) [5:25]
TYT & RoF | US Has Had 220 Oil Pipeline Leaks This Year, And No One Is Paying Attention (10/30/16) [3:40]
TYT & RoF | Those Podesta Emails Will Haunt Democrats For Years (10/30/16) [3:23]
TYT & AP | How Brexit Explains Trump's Popularity (10/29/16) [5:20]
RT | Migrant camps emerge in Paris after Calais 'Jungle' dismantled (10/29/16) [3:43]
RT | Keiser Report: Max and Stacy discuss 'encountering Holder,' the former US Attorney General, at the Ronald Reagan National Airport in Washington DC where they confronted him on the #PodestaEmails, Citigroup, HSBC and more. (E986) (10/29/16) [25:31]
ThomHartmann | Weiner Sexting Scandal Enters Election (10/28/16) [25:26]
Note: sometimes I have to post my News Page before all the links are available. This happens most noteably for the Diane Rehm Show. If the pop-up links don't work, just go to The Diane Show website and click the links there.*DR | The Latest On FBI Director Comey And Hillary Clinton's Emails (10/31/16) [1hr]
Federal investigators have obtained a warrant to search the email server of a close aide to Hillary Clinton. In a surprise move on Friday -- just 11 days before the presidential election -- FBI Director James Comey informed Congress about new emails possibly linked to Clinton. In July the FBI announced no charges would be filed after it completed an investigation of Clinton's use of a private server while she was secretary of State. The FBI director has been sharply criticized by Democrats and even some Republicans for his ambiguous letter to Congress on Friday. Diane and her guests discuss the latest on the new probe and whether it could sway voters at the polls next week.*DR | The Psychology Of Money And How To Use It Better (10/31/16) [1hr]
The way we think about spending and saving is frequently irrational. For example: The more something costs, the more careless we are about saving money on it compared with smaller purchases. But why? Psychology and neuroscience have some answers. While we may think we're in control of our financial decisions, psychology lecturer Claudia Hammond says research shows we're wired for certain behaviors toward money -- some of which can hurt us. But she says learning about these tendencies can help us take back some control. Understanding the psychology of money and how science can teach us to make better financial choices.MSNBC All In with Chris Hayes | An election all about sex and gender (10/28/16) [7:09]
MSNBC All In with Chris Hayes | Trump's campaign manager on Clinton emails (10/28/16) [9:07]
As I construct My News Pages I constantly run across a lot of NEW videos, and since I find YouTube frustrating trying to re-find videos, I save the links in this section so I can find them again.
As Election Day Nears, 1 in 6 Americans Say They're Buying Guns and Half of Voters Expect Violence
How long will it be before someone gets shot by a Donald Trump supporter in what the shooter may likely consider an act of patriotic civil disobedience? Or before someone uses a gun against right-wing vigilantes?
There is no shortage of evidence pointing toward some violent outburst surrounding the presidential election results. Reporters interviewing Trump supporters at rallies, national polls showing likely voters are expecting Election Day violence, consumer-trend tracking firms saying demand is rising for gun purchases, and rhetoric from the longstanding cadre of right-wing loudmouths, all suggest some type of ugly response. ... Read more
Rudy Giuliani is 2016's Mr. Deplorable
Marco Rubio Is Still Backing Donald Trump, But Won't Say If Trump Will Keep The Country Safe
He also wouldn't say if Trump is a good role model for kids.
As CNN's Manu Raju reported, Rubio evaded several questions while speaking with reporters in Naples, Florida. When asked if he believes Trump will "keep the country safe," Rubio dodged, saying "the military is what keeps us safe and we have to rebuild our military."
"Most Americans, people look at this and say, 'These are not ideal choices.'" he said. "That's why one of the reasons I ran for Senate, because I know that no matter who wins, we're going to have to have a strong Senate." ... Read moreThe Real Reason We're In Syria Is Enraging But Not Surprising (10/27/16) [14:32]
Liberals are preparing blacklists of appointees they want Clinton to avoid
... Planning for a Democratic victory on Nov. 8, these interest groups and like-minded lawmakers are laying the groundwork to push Clinton, if she is elected, to prove her progressive bona fides through early legislation and personnel appointments.
One liberal group has already forwarded 150 names of acceptable appointees for economic positions to Clinton's transition team, while others on the left are engaged in opposition research against prospects for administration jobs whom they see as unacceptable.
Leading liberal lawmakers -- including Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) -- have also started conveying, privately and publicly, guidance on top Clinton appointees and legislative priorities.
The activity reflects the fragile alliance between Clinton and the progressive wing of her party as she nears the end of a tumultuous race against Republican Donald Trump. Although Clinton has campaigned on several of their key issues, many liberals remain skeptical that she will push those priorities adequately if she wins the presidency -- and wary that her ties to Wall Street might affect the administration she would build. ... Read more
Note: sometimes I have to post my News Page before all the links are available. This happens most noteably for the Diane Rehm Show. If the pop-up links don't work, just go to The Diane Show website and click the links there.*DR | Friday News - Domestic (10/28/16) [1hr]
The presidential race tightens as Florida and Nevada move back to battleground status. Republicans turn their focus to down-ballot races. And some Affordable Care Act premiums are set to rise sharply next year. A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top national news stories.*DR |Friday News - International (10/28/16) [1hr]
Officials in Iraq fear ISIS is carrying out mass executions near Mosul. French officials tear down a migrant camp in Calais known as The Jungle. And thousands of anti-government protestors take to the streets in Venezuela. A panel of journalists joins guest host Amy Walter for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Friday, October 28 [11:45]
TRNN | Jihan Hafiz Reports on the Brutal Police Crackdown at Standing Rock (10/27/16) [3:25]
TRNN | Police Violently Clearing Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters (10/27/16) [4:29]
TRNN | CODEPINK's Jodie Evans and AFSC's Raed Jarrar say: People's Tribunal to Examine Legacy of Iraq War (10/27/16) [22:07]
*TYT News - http://www.tytnetwork.com/*TYT | Announcing Election Night Protest Rally At Hillary Clinton HQ (10/28/16) [5:54]
*TYT | Republicans Vow Endless Gridlock Throughout Hillary Term (10/28/16) [8:10]
*TYT | Bernie Plans To Fight Against Hillary's Corporatist Cabinet Picks (10/28/16) [13:48]
*TYT | Republicans Planning To Block Supreme Court Justices FOREVER (10/28/16) [6:52]
RT | Keiser Report: Max and Stacy discuss the Bank of Japan attempts to taper the Tokyo condo market ponzi. They also discuss the newly announced interventions by the UK government in the nation's deflating property pyramid. (E985) (10/27/16) [25:45]
Max and Stacy discuss howls at the moon as the Bank of Japan attempts to taper the Tokyo condo market ponzi. They also discuss the newly announced interventions by the UK government in the nation's deflating property pyramid. In the second half Max interviews journalist and comedy writer, Charlie Skelton, about his observations on the US elections. He concludes that Hillary is the face in the machine of the Matrix and that the craziness is the system.RT | 'Putin's Puppet': Western media accuse Assange of being Russian spy (10/28/16) [3:02]
RT | Assad adviser : Western partners speak about fighting terrorists, in reality supply them w/ weapons (10/28/16) [7:21]
PBS NewsHour (full) (10/27/16) [54:00]
Undercover With A Border Militia
I crawl out of the back of the pickup with my rifle in hand. "Keep your weapons nice and tight," Captain Pain orders. I am traveling light. Unlike the others, I don't view southern Arizona as a war zone, so I didn't put steel plates in my chest rig. Next to everyone else's commando-style AR-15s, my Ruger Mini-14 with a wood stock is slightly out of place. But everything else is square—I'm wearing a MultiCam uniform, desert tan combat boots, and a radio on my shoulder. I fit in just fine.
We are in a Walmart parking lot in Nogales. Captain Pain and a couple of others go into the store to get supplies. In Pain's absence, Showtime is our commanding officer. He is a Marine special-ops veteran who did three tours in Afghanistan. He has camo paint on his face and a yeti beard. He gets in the cab to check Facebook on his phone while Destroyer, Jaeger, Spartan, and I stand with our backs to the truck, rifles in hand, keeping watch for anything suspicious. The Mexican border is three miles away. ... Read more
Thanks To Trump, RNC Is In A Bad Financial Position Heading Into The General Election
Donald Trump has reportedly ceased raising money for the big dollar committee linking his campaign to the official Republican Party. This surprising move comes as Trump staggers to the election finish line. Even worse for Trump is that he has built essentially no campaign infrastructure to help get out the vote during the early voting period and on Election Day.
... Presidential campaigns are supposed to provide a flush of cash for the party. But Trump's effort has raised significantly less than previous Republican candidates even though he has been able to collect much larger checks. That has left the RNC in the worst financial shape it has been in at this point in a presidential election since the turn of the millennium. ... Read more
BULLSH**TER Of The Day: Newt Gingrich, for his sexist hissy fit about those pesky Trump accusations
The Trump troupe can't stop with the misogyny. In an interview on "The Kelly File," Gingrich managed to steer a conversation about presidential polls into an insult to Kelly, and all women. ... Read moreTYT | Megyn Kelly Vs. Newt Gingrich, "You're Obsessed With Sex" Edition (10/26/16) [10:10]
TYT | Trump Praises Newt Gingrich For Megyn Kelly Interview (10/26/16) [6:22]
Full Frontal with Samantha BeeSamantha Bee | OK Ladies Now Let's Get Information (10/24/16) [6:25]
The Late Show with Stephen ColbertStephen Colbert | Stephen takes Pentagon leaders to task for trying to claw back the re-enlistment bonuses they paid to America's veterans. (10/27/16) [4:53] Stephen Colbert | Joe Biden Unloads On The Potential Groper-In-Chief (10/27/16) [8:18]
US Stocks & Bonds Are Tumbling
The global stock market slump isn't going away anytime soon
The stock market continues to suffer from a perfect storm of setbacks, as reports come in of Asian stocks losing value on Wednesday. ... Read more
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Thursday, October 27 [11:52]
DN | Shane Bauer Infiltrates Armed Militia "Hunting Mexicans" & Collaborating with U.S. Border Patrol (10/27/16) [14:03]
DN | Bassam Haddad: We Have a Duty to Call for End to Killing in Syria & How We End It Matters, Part 1 (10/27/16) [10:34], Part 2 [18:22]
*TRNN | Col. Lawrence Wilkerson discusses: Is the US Headed Towards War in Syria? (10/26/16) [14:15]
TYT | ISIS Surrounded In Mosul (10/26/16) [9:22]
Documentalist facing 45 yrs in prison for filming Dakota pipeline protest (10/25/16) [5:12]
Note: sometimes I have to post my News Page before all the links are available. This happens most noteably for the Diane Rehm Show. If the pop-up links don't work, just go to The Diane Show website and click the links there.*DR | The Trump Campaign And Challenges For Down-Ballot Republican Candidates (10/27/16) [1hr]
Donald Trump is giving headaches to Republican House and Senate candidates. The latest reason: allegations from a dozen women of sexual harassment and assault. Depending on whether Republican contenders defend or condemn their party's presidential nominee, they risk alienating women, independents or Trump supporters. This week, Trump's campaign says he has no more big-donor fundraising events scheduled for the GOP. That could hurt get out the vote operations. With less than two weeks to go until election day, guest host Susan Page and a panel of guests look at how the Trump campaign is affecting senate, house and governors' races.PBS Newshour | A look at the state of the presidential race through polling and shifts in campaign spending. ... (full) (10/26/16) [53:32]
MSNBC All In with Chris Hayes | House Republicans say they are already preparing for 'years' of investigations of Hillary Clinton if she is elected President. (10/26/16) [7:43]
MSNBC Rachel Maddow | RNC in legal trouble over Trump call for poll-watchers. (10/26/16) [18:43]
Hatred of Hillary Is Trump's Rallying Cry at Campaign Events North and South
Trump rallies well-heeled Southerners and dispossessed Rust-Belters with promises of past glory -- and lots of misogyny.
In Johnstown, Pennsylvania, a city down on its luck, Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump appeared before an enthusiastic, if a bit weary, crowd of several thousand at the Cambria County War Memorial Arena. He reminded the citizens of Cambria County of that which required no reminder: that the median annual household income in Johnstown, once a humming steel-manufacturing town, is a mere $25,000 per year. Then he promised them the return of their jobs, with no explanation of how he would do so.
They responded by chanting his name. From Pennsylvania Route 56, the way into town from the east, you catch your first glimpse of Johnstown, enveloped in the beauty of the Allegheny Mountains and marred by the unsightly evidence of poverty: boarded up homes and outbuildings, rusty residential trailers. On a windy day under gray, low-hanging clouds, the bleakness is amplified. This is Trump country -- at least according to the signage. ... Read more
I don't watch Fox News or Sean Hannity, but this seems to be a good interview of what might be a big issue for Hillary Clinton.Sean Hannity | Interview with The " Fixer " Clinton Operative Jeff Rovin National Enquirer Story (full) (10/24/16) [15:09]
Nearly Half of Republicans Won't Accept the Results If Donald Trump Loses: Poll
Former Party Pals of Trump Detail Coke-Fueled Sex Parties With Underage Models
It's no secret that underage girls are some of the most exploited people in the modeling industry. A new report by the Daily Beast (10/24/16) indicates that before he became the Republican nominee, then-upcoming real estate mogul Donald Trump was at the forefront of such exploitation.
Michael Gross, who has covered the billionaire for over 30 years, describes parties Trump hosted in the 1990s where "his wealthy friends, high-rollers from his Atlantic City casinos, and potential Trump condominium buyers could meet models." In interviews with two friends from Trump's past, Gross details the coke- and alcohol-fueled parties where older, rich men would would prey on young, vulnerable models. ... Read more
Full Frontal with Samantha BeeSamantha Bee | First: Do No Harm. Second: Do No Pussy Stuff. (10/25/16) [7:30]
The Late Show with Stephen ColbertStephen Colbert | Abraham Lincoln's Ghost Responds To Trump's Gettysburg Address (10/25/16) [6:37]
The Daily Show with Trevor NoahTrevor Noah | After Donald Trump threatens to sue his sexual assault accusers, the American Bar Association examines how often the presidential hopeful uses lawsuits to intimidate critics. (10/25/16) [5:50]
'Michael Moore in TrumpLand': A Film Whose Surprising Healing Power Is Badly Needed Now
Amidst ongoing claims that Donald Trump might not concede the election if Hillary Clinton clinches the needed votes, Michael Moore has just released a new movie that might save our democracy from chaos. "Michael Moore in TrumpLand" is a film of a one-man stage performance Moore delivered on Oct. 7 in Ohio. Billed as the film that Ohio Republicans tried to shut down, it follows Oscar-winner Moore as he enters into hostile territory with the goal of influencing the November elections and saving us all from Trump.
The film opened in New York for a free screening on Tuesday the 18th. It is currently screening at the IFC Center in New York, where it broke the house record on Wednesday for a single screen opening, and Moore appeared at several shows over the weekend. It is also playing in Encino, California, and available on iTunes. Read more
Michael Moore in TrumpLandMSNBC Lawrence O'Donnell | "Michael MOORE in TRUMPLAND," Critical New Film (10/22/16) [13:54]
This is the film Ohio Republicans tried to shut down. The Academy Award® winning director of FAHRENHEIT 9/11 and SICKO, Michael Moore, is back with a surprise new film, "Michael Moore in TrumpLand." He dives right into hostile territory with his daring and hilarious one-man show deep in the heart of TrumpLand, just weeks before the 2016 election.
DN | DemocracyNow News (full) (10/26/16) [59:00]
Note: as in most videos you can use the Progressbar to jump around inside the video. It seems to be quite responsive.TRNN | Mike Prysner says: Pentagon Demands Repayment of Bonuses From Cash-Strapped Veterans (10/26/16) [12:40]
TYT | Pentagon Forcing Veterans To Pay Back Signing Bonuses (10/25/16) [6:15]
TYT | Fox News: We're Lucky Elizabeth Warren Isn't Running (10/25/16) [2:48]
TYT | With Democrats Like Debbie Dingell, Who Needs Republicans? (10/25/16) [10:07]
TYT | WikiLeaks: This Obama Administration Is Brought To You By Citigroup (10/25/16) [8:49]
TYT | WikiLeaks Emails: Hillary Appears More Corrupt Than Her Staff (10/25/16) [6:50]
ThomHartmann | Whose Fault Is It? Obamacare Rates Are Going Up... (10/25/16) [9:30]
Affordable Care Act premiums will increase by an average of 25 percent next year, according to new reports. But more than eight in 10 consumers could be cushioned from the price hikes through subsidies. Guest host Susan Page and a panel look at The Affordable Care Act: rising costs, subsidies and its future in the next administration.Aljazeera | Inside Story - What comes after 'The Jungle'? (10/25/16) [25:00]
PBS NewsHour | A look at how Obamacare's rising premiums could play into the election. Also: What people in other countries think of the American presidential race (full) (10/25/16) [54:30]
MSNBC Chris Hayes | Michael Moore talks with Chris Hayes about his new film, 'Michael Moore in TrumpLand' and the appeal of Trump to his supporters (10/24/16) [6:40], Part 2 [4:26]
MSNBC Chris Hayes | The right-wing echo chamber engulfs Trump (10/25/16) [6:34]
MSNBC Chris Hayes | The right-wing echo chamber engulfs Trump (10/25/16) [6:34]
News Articles*Aljazeera | Do Trump's business interests conflict with US presidency? (10/24/16) [2:31]
*TYT | Elizabeth Warren: End Corporate Tax "Holidays" (10/24/16) [13:57]
Elizabeth Warren is taking the fight to corporate tax dodgers. Normal people don't get holidays from their taxes. Why should corporations?As the Nation Watches the Presidential Debates, Nothing Really Changes
"Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is gearing up for a major tax battle next year, warning Democrats not to cave to corporate pressure in a coming push for comprehensive tax reform.
House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), who will become majority leader if Democrats take the upper chamber, have been in talks to reform the tax code in 2017.
Multinational companies are under increasing pressure from tax authorities around the globe, with signs that the era of easy access to tax havens may be coming to an end. With few places left to turn, U.S. companies want to bring their cash home ? but they want to do it without paying the tax they avoided by stashing it offshore to begin with.
The pro-corporate narrative in Washington warns that if taxes aren't cut, companies will go elsewhere. Warren said it's a bluff, and recent activity around the globe suggests she's right.
"Developed countries are cracking down on the tax dodgers. You saw what just happened with the European Commission ordering Ireland to collect $14 billion in back taxes from Apple," she said. "Corporations are running out of places to hide, with the G20 and the OECD [Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development] working together to end international tax avoidance. So I just think that argument no longer holds much weight. Instead of bailing out the tax dodgers under the guise of tax reform, Congress should seize this moment to repair our broken tax code."
**Daily Ticker | Find the $8.5 Trillion the Pentagon Can't Account For (2014 (problem is even worst now!)) [5:32]
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Donald Trump's Campaign Just Launched A Live Nightly News Show
Donald Trump's presidential campaign on Monday began airing a live nightly video news program, fanning speculation that Trump may seek to capitalize on his supporters' zeal by launching a media network after November's election.
Co-host Boris Epshteyn, a senior adviser to Trump, insisted the Trump-focused news show was not a test run for anything else. "The left-wing media's even trying to spin this, believe it or not," Epshteyn said. "They're saying, well this is 'Trump TV.' That's not what this is. This is our campaign, and most importantly, our candidate being out there and speaking directly to the voters." ... Read more
Trump's Donors Paid For His Jetliner, His Hotels And Now, His Books
Donald Trump used small donors' money to buy nearly $300,000 worth of books from the publisher of his Art of the Deal last month, continuing a pattern of plowing campaign money back into his own businesses.
... "I've signed an out-of-print, hardcover copy of 'The Art of the Deal' just for you, because I want you on board with Team Trump!" Trump wrote in an Aug. 2 fundraising email, which went on to offer the book for a minimum donation of $184. ... Read more
Born on Third Base: A One Percenter Makes the Case for Tackling Inequality, Bringing Wealth Home, and Committing to the Common Good by Chuck Collins
As inequality grabs headlines, steals the show in presidential debates, and drives deep divides between the haves and have nots in America, class war brews. On one side, the wealthy wield power and advantage, wittingly or not, to keep the system operating in their favor?all while retreating into enclaves that separate them further and further from the poor and working class. On the other side, those who find it increasingly difficult to keep up or get ahead lash out?waging a rhetorical war against the rich and letting anger and resentment, however justifiable, keep us from seeing new potential solutions.
But can we suspend both class wars long enough to consider a new way forward? Is it really good for anyone that most of society's wealth is pooling at the very top of the wealth ladder? Does anyone, including the one percent, really want to live in a society plagued by economic apartheid?
It is time to think differently, says longtime inequality expert and activist Chuck Collins. Born into the one percent, Collins gave away his inheritance at 26 and spent the next three decades mobilizing against inequality. He uses his perspective from both sides of the divide to deliver a new narrative.
Collins calls for a ceasefire and invites the wealthy to come back home, investing themselves and their wealth in struggling communities. And he asks the non-wealthy to build alliances with the one percent and others at the top of the wealth ladder.
Stories told along the way explore the roots of advantage, show how taxpayers subsidize the wealthy, and reveal how charity, used incorrectly, can actually reinforce extreme inequality. Readers meet pioneers who are crossing the divide to work together in new ways, including residents in the author's own Boston-area neighborhood who have launched some of the most interesting community transition efforts in the nation.
Democracy Now! U.S. and World News Headlines for Tuesday, October 25 [8:25]
*DN | Tom Hayden (1939-2016) on Vietnam War: We Must Challenge the Pentagon on the Battlefield of Memory (10/25/16) [15:23]
Full Frontal with Samantha BeeSamantha Bee | Our thoughts on the final debate... possibly ever. (10/24/16) [6:07]
Samantha Bee | Donald Trump made American women's election cycles sync. (10/24/16) [3:52]
TRNN | President Maduro Calls on the Pope to Help Resolve Conflict with Opposition (10/25/16) [18:24]
*TYT News - http://www.tytnetwork.com/TYT | Former CIA Director: Sean Hannity Is A 'True Propagandist' (10/24/16) [4:59]
TYT | On Press Freedom, Is Clinton Any Better Than Trump? (10/24/16) [2:26]
TYT | Hillary On Droning Julian Assange: I Was Just Joking! Probably... (10/24/16) [5:09]
TYT | Adult Film Star Accuses Trump... (10/24/16) [10:33]
TYT | Hillary Advisor's Leaked Email: Wall Street Speeches "Look Bad" (10/24/16) [6:13]
RT | Keiser Report: Max and Stacy continue their discussion of the WikiLeaks revelations about Hillary Clinton with a look at her statements on the Asia Pacific region. (E984) (10/25/16) [25:48]
In the second half, Max interviews Dan Collins of TheChinaMoneyReport.com about the significance of the state visit to China by the Philippines' president, Rodrigo Duterte, and whether or not Hillary Clinton can implement her planned aggressive military build-up in the Asia Pacific without the Philippines on board.*ThomHartmann | How To Save Our Country From Another Gilded Age (10/24/16) [12:29]
ThomHartmann | Trump Might Be A Bigoted Crypto-Fascist But Sometimes He's Right... (10/24/16) [8:58]
The chief executives at AT&T and Time Warner say they're ready for a rigorous review, and that's more than likely what's coming. On Saturday the two announced a plan for AT&T to acquire Time Warner for a purchase price of $84.5 billion. Time Warner's entertainment products include HBO, CNN and Warner Brothers film and TV studio. AT&T offers phone, internet, cable and internet services, and now, if this deal is approved, content. Proponents argue the deal will accelerate innovation in the media and telecommunications industries, but others say it's consumers who will be picking up the tab. Join us to discuss AT&T's plan to join forces with Time Warner.*DR | Civility, Public Discourse And The 2016 Presidential Campaign (10/25/16) [1hr]
A recent survey of likely voters finds that 76 percent say civility has declined over the last decade, to the point where most Americans believe the lack of civility in politics is a "crisis." In that same survey, twice as many voters blame Republican candidate Donald Trump for the rising incivility. He has called his opponent in this race "the devil," "a liar" and "a nasty woman." Some say what we are seeing in this election reflects a change in the culture of manners and decorum, including a blurring of the lines between private and public talk. Guest host Derek McGinty and guests discuss the decline of civility, a divisive presidential election and what it could mean for the democratic process.