Bernie Sanders & New York Times
Bernard Bernie Sanders (born September 8, 1941) is the junior United States Senator from Vermont. He previously represented Vermont's at-large district in the United States House of Representatives. The New York Times is an American daily newspaper founded and continuously published in New York City since 1851. The New York Times has won 106 Pulitzer Prizes, more than any news organization. /5
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In an interview with the New York Times published on Monday, Bernie Sanders offered his views on the always...
"GIVE PEACE A CHANCE"... PEACEFUL REVOLUTION In their efforts to take away our rights they forgot that they left us the MAJORITY!! We build our Revolution as one BODY! We form a new party as the Independent Party. A perfect example is Bernie Sanders that had the guts to discuss article in the New York Times of the involvement of the Koch Bros. in the shutdown of our government AND had it a part of the discussions of the floor that day. We also need action taken against ALL of the elected in Washington breaking the law of the land, as stated in our Constitution. We as the majority, a body of one bonding together peacefully, to take our country back. I'm hoping everyone that reads this understands how serious of a situation we have been put in, AND what if the next step is martial law, do you all realize what that means, if not I invite you to go on the net and look for yourselves, because you won't find it on main stream news. They're OWNED by huge corporations. I FUMBLED my way through the net by ...
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Immigration: The Senate set a pivotal vote for later today to end debate on a border-security amendment that is expected to bring reluctant Republicans on board for an immigration bill. The same amendment would add language sought by Sen. Bernie Sanders to help young Americans find jobs. He had spoken out against the bill’s “massive increase in temporary guest worker programs” at a time of high unemployment in the U.S., “but Sanders is likely to vote for the bill after negotiators agreed to provide $1.5 billion over two years for a youth jobs program,” according to The Hill. The New York Times said Sanders and at least half a dozen Democrats remain undecided. Anti-Worker: Before Sanders’ amendment was agreed to by Senate leaders, the head of one group opposing the immigration bill said “every section of it was written to serve narrow corporate and political special interests.” That’s a message that has resonated with some lawmakers on both s ...
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): An Unvarnished Voice: Washington suffers from the problem “of people who have money not understanding what it’s like not to have money,” Sen. Bernard Sanders said. “Mr. Sanders intends to make people understand,” a New York Times profile declared. “Sanders represents the majority of our caucus” when he fights cuts to Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, Sen. Tom Harkin said in the article. Sanders Confronts White House Aide: At a private lunch meeting on Thursday with members of the Senate Democratic Caucus, Sen. Sanders bluntly told White House economic adviser Gene Sperling to make sure that Social Security benefits aren’t cut and that Obama doesn’t raise the eligibility age for Medicare as part of any deficit-reduction deal. Sanders said such ideas would be a “disaster,” other senators told Politico afterward. Asked if Sperling alleviated his concerns, Sanders would only give a one-word response. “No,” he said. Rice Withdraws, ...
I was worried that they would fail. Now I realize I was wrong. They succeeded. Once again, the New York Times has proven that it can be a mouth piece for Republican propaganda. So thank you, editors at the NY Times, for including an interview with John Sununu, in the Sunday Magazine section. Perhaps you can prove to be fair and balanced and maybe do a feature article on Bernie Sanders? I know. Wishful thinking. But, heck, you can at least try to live up to your supposed liberal bias.
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders: Big Money: "Too many Democratic voters [are] ... not nearly outraged enough about Big Money's undue influence ...," Charles Blow said in a New York Times column. He cited a report by Sen. Bernard Sanders that 26 billionaires have donated more than $61 million to super PACs this year. ''What the Supreme Court did in Citizens United," Sanders said, "is to say to these same billionaires and the corporations they control: 'You own and control the economy; you own Wall Street; you own the coal companies; you own the oil companies. Now, for a very small percentage of your wealth, we're going to give you the opportunity to own the United States government.' ''
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders: Food Labels Senate leaders agreed to bring up for a vote an amendment by Sen. Bernie Sanders that would allow states to enact laws requiring labeling of food containing genetically modified organisms, Nancy Remsen blogged for the Burlington Free Press and Mark Bittman blogged for The New York Times. Food Labels "In 49 countries around the world ... people have the opportunity of knowing whether or not they are eating food which contains genetically engineered ingredients. In the United States, we don't," Sen. Sanders wrote in an op-ed for The Huffington Post, Op-Ed News, Daily Kos, MichaelMoore.com, Daily Kos and Green Mountain Daily. The Fed JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, criticized for serving on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, told a House panel on Tuesday that district banks benefit from industry leaders' input. Sen. Sanders introduced legislation that would remove the industry's executives from the 12 regional Fed banks' boards, Bloomberg rep ...
UPDATE: Wednesday 8:30 p.m. - Simpson isn't going anywhere, the New York Times reports. "Alan Simpson has apologized and while we regret and do not condone his comments, we accept his apology and he will continue to serve," White House spokesperson Jennifer Psaki told the Times. UPDATE: Wednesday 3:59 p.m. - Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) called on President Obama to fire Alan Simpson from the deficit commission for referring to Social Security as "a milk cow with 310 million *** " in an email this week to OWL executive director Ashley Carson.
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