Bernie Sanders

Hier eine Rede in Iowa, in dem ersten Staat, in dem die demokratischen Kandidaten in Vorwahlen gewählt wurden, und in dem er mit 28% gegenüber Biden mit 21% in den Umfragen die Nase vorn hatte. Die entscheidenen Aussagen in der 3 Minutenrede kommen nach 2 Minuten und 20 Sekunden: Er kämpft gegen alle, das Establishment der Republikaner, aber auch der Demokraten, gegen Wallstreet und die Versicherungen, und die Pharmafirmen, und die fossile Industrie, und gegen den militärisch-industriellen Komplex, und den Gefängnis-industriellen Komplex, und das ganze verdammte 1%

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An: “Helmut Käss” <helmut_kaess@web.de>
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News & Views | 2/3/20Feature…‘Let Iowa Be the Beginning of a New America’: Last Poll Before Caucus Shows Sanders With 7-Point Lead



by Jake Johnson, staff writer
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by Jake Johnson, staff writer
“The Senate is broken, and only a change in leadership can fix it.”

‘Not an Exoneration—A Cover-Up’: Nationwide Protests Planned to Denounce GOP Acquittal of Trump

by Jon Queally, staff writer
“We the people do not accept this disgraceful attempt to cover up Donald Trump’s abuse of the powers of the presidency and we will make our voices heard in protests Wednesday and on Election Day.”

Bloc of Muslim Nations Warns Trump Israel-Palestine Plan ‘Destroys the Foundations of Peace’

by Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Joining global critics of a plan that President Donald Trump unveiled last week to address the decades-long Israel-Palestine conflict, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation on Monday rejected the “biased” proposal and urged members states not to cooperate with U.S. efforts to enforce it.

Divestment Fever Spreads as ‘Eco Radicals at Goldman Sachs’ Downgrade Exxon Stock to ‘Sell’ Status

by Julia Conley, staff writer
Three days after CNBC host Jim Cramer pronounced fossil fuel investments as being “in the death knell phase,” Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs downgraded oil giant Exxon’s stock, advising investors to sell their shares.

“It’s Okay, Chris”: MSNBC’s Matthews Mocked for Fearing Sanders Nomination

by Eoin Higgins, staff writer
“The Bernie surge has Chris Matthews on the verge of tears.”

‘An Appalling Act of Industrial Vandalism’: Japanese Officials Do PR for Plan to Dump Fukushima Water Into Ocean

by Andrea Germanos, staff writer
The Japanese government told embassy officials from nearly two dozen countries that releasing the water into the ocean was a “feasible” approach that could be done “with certainty.”

‘Saudi Arabia Must Be Held Accountable’: Jamal Khashoggi’s Fiancée to Attend State of the Union as Congressman’s Guest

by Jessica Corbett, staff writer
In an effort to pressure President Donald Trump to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for the brutal 2018 murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a Democratic congressman announced Monday that his guest for Tuesday night’s State of the Union speech will be Khashoggi’s fiancée, Hatice Cengiz.

Despite Impeachment and Family Being Targeted, Joe Biden Still Believes He Can Work With Republicans

by Eoin Higgins, staff writer
The former vice president made the comments Monday morning in an interview with NBC News .

‘Bridge to Climate Chaos’: New Report Details Urgent Need for Total US Fracking Ban

by Andrea Germanos, staff writer
“Unless we ban fracking, these terrifying climate trends will intensify.”

“Don’t Look Away”: Cages Across Des Moines Remind Iowa Caucus-Goers of Trump’s Mass Detention of Migrant Kids

by Jake Johnson, staff writer
“The horrors at our border and throughout our immigration system are too often ignored by the public and politicians.”

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by Cari Hernandez
When Bernie says it’s not about him, I see my values and fears and hopes represented in a way I never have before.

The Afghanistan Papers and a Mother’s Question

by Mary Hladky
We must stop the killing, take the trillions of dollars devoted to endless war and instead invest in our people, invest in our environment, and invest in our future.

In the Name of Medicare for All, This Family Doctor Will Vote for Bernie Sanders

by Robert Dodge
It is at long last time for the United States to move from providing the world’s most expensive sick care to providing the world’s greatest healthcare.

At a Church and on Capitol Hill, The Battle for Democracy

by Michael Winship
In Washington, two events on the same day show the promise of American democracy – and the mortal danger to it.

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The deft spin from the Buttigieg apparatus and the huge media hype about him have obscured the significance of his deep-pocketed backers.

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