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Unelectable atheists, Portland rejects Wal-Mart, ‘hood disease’ sham & 9/11 profiteering

May 22, 2014 04:30

Reuters / John Gress

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Abby Martin on a Pew poll showing that atheism is the worst presidential trait, while evangelical Christianity is highly regarded. Portland, Oregon’s decision to divest city bonds from Wal-Mart due to objections over the company’s social record. Max Keiser of the Keiser Report talks about insider trading in the run-up to the 9/11 attacks, as well as the role of high-frequency trading on Wall Street today. A local news report citing the rise of ‘hood disease’, or PTSD, among urban youths in inner city America. Finally, Miko Peled, grandson of one of the founding fathers of the state of Israel and author of the book ‘The General’s Son’ discusses the poverty disparity between Israelis and Palestinians.

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Dave Kim 24.05.2014 03:29

Astonishing statistics regarding presidential electability. It's totally upside down, evidence of the extent of brainwashing in the United States Reich IV, full spectrum. Let me just say Homo Capensis Homo Capensis Homo Capensis. I wanna see 'em.

 

NOtoGMOs 23.05.2014 19:04

There are scarcely any genuine Left voices left anywhere; people calling themselves left-wing have infiltrated & corrupted the media & even so-called socialist parties over most of the Western world. The war-profiteer/war-cr iminal Tony Blair poisoned the UK's Labour Party & he eventually admitted being an admirer of the Thatcher monster.

 

David Ledesma 23.05.2014 00:42

Abby is a Liberal. Left is good!

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