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18 Killed Mistaken for ISIS Latest In String Of Friendly Fire Incidents Under Trump

April 13, 2017

U.S. coalition accidentally targeted Syrian allies The U.S. coalition has admitted a terrible accident that took place on Tuesday in a misdirected airstrike in Syria that left casualties among its allies. According to Pentagon sources, an aircraft of the U.S.-led…

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‘Our Revolution’ Begins Next Week: Bernie Sanders Keeps The Movement Alive

August 19, 2016

Senator Bernie Sanders’ revolution is in full swing with the opening of The Sanders Institute — a consortium of educational and political organizations founded and organized by the Independent Senator from Vermont. You Say You Want A Revolution? Here It…

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The Difference Between Bernie Sanders And Hillary Clinton: $3 An Hour (VIDEOS)

November 12, 2015

While Hillary was chatting up veterans in Derry, N.H., on Tuesday, Bernie stood in the rain rallying striking Senate cafeteria workers on Capitol Hill. This is just one example of the stark difference between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. “There are a number…

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Rahm Emanuel To Chicago Teachers: To Get Your Pension Payment, 1,400 Of You Must Lose Your Jobs (VIDEO)

July 1, 2015

As Reverb Press reported June 12th, Chicago Public Schools are facing a municipal ‘fiscal cliff’ due to a $1.1 billion city budget gap including $634 million owed to the Chicago teachers’ pension fund. Chicago Public School teachers were asked to…

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Yes Ennui Can: Liberal #TPP Fight Proves Dysfunction Of Two-Party System

May 18, 2015

Recent international news reminds us of how unique America’s two-party system is. Elections in Israel and the UK demonstrated both the virtues and the vertigo-inducing chaos of multi-party parliamentarian democracies. In both countries, the victors were decided based on their…

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Strike While the Fryer is Hot

April 15, 2015

Starting at the Brooklyn Bridge early Wednesday morning, #FightFor15 movement protests spread across the nation, with its organizers claiming that strikes, protests and demonstrations would take place at fast food restaurants and other hourly wage businesses, like Walmart, in over…

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Wal-Mart Wage Hike, Pressured by Activists, Could Be Boon for Economy

February 19, 2015

Following a major bribery scandal in Mexico, Wal-Mart replaced its CEO with Doug McMillon, last year. McMillon started as a Wal-Mart associate in 1984, so maybe he knew firsthand how shockingly low the pay is at America’s largest employer, how…

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