Harvey Weinstein found guilty of rape in the 3rd degree


#HarveyWeinstein found guilty of rape in the 3rd degree related to #JessicaMann and of criminal sexual assault in the 1st degree for #MiriamHaley

Rape 3 Class E Non-violent felony, punishable by probation to 1 1/3- 4 years in prison. Criminal Sexual Assault 1 Class B Violent Felony, punishable by determinate sentence, max 5-25 years in prison.


Ned Beatty’s NETWORK speech-by Paddy Chayefsky

Deutsche Bank whistleblower has told the FBI a Russian state-owned bank (VTB) underwrote Trump’s loans.”

40 years ago: “It is the international system of currency which determines the totality of life on this planet”

10 Years go CryptoCurrency

Crypto Regulation Fraud versus Regulated Bankers Fraud


Vote for Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders because

It’s Class Warfare.

It was true in 1993 and it is true now: the time is long, long overdue for the United States to join the rest of the industrialized world and have a universal health care system. Yale Study Says Medicare for All Would Save U.S. $450 Billion Prevent Nearly 70,000 Deaths a Year

Banks Crash America. They pay off the Congress and  – and no banker one gets arrested or goes to jail. Tax payer bails them out with TRILLIONS.

There is no white collar crime that gets  punished. Trump granted clemency to tax cheats, Wall Street crooks, billionaires, and corrupt government officials. 

The Rich  are protected.

The richest 400 Americans own $2.9 trillion—the size of the entire UK economy. These 400 billionaires pay a lower tax rate than the half of Americans living paycheck to paycheck.

Everyone knows the runaway oligarchy distribution of wealth ruins everything for everyone.

DuPont knowingly dumped poisons in our water for decades. The victims are children like Abigail Herrmann who are drinking “forever chemicals” across America.

After taking government handouts like $880 million in tax breaks in 2018, Walmart is now cutting jobs. Here’s a “radical” idea: The richest corporations in America laying off workers and paying them starvation wages need to get off corporate welfare.

The rich have waged 45 years of class war. It’s about time working people stand up and fight back.

It’s no secret that the billionaire class dominates our political and economic life. To end poverty, homelessness, hunger and lead poisoning in America, the ultra-rich must pay their fair share. Even if that means buying fewer $89 million paintings and $70 million cars.

$106 billion in profits. $0 in taxes. That’s 91 of America’s richest corporations. By taking on the very wealthy, the billionaire class, and large multinational corporations, we will raise the funds to provide the services that will give dignity to working families in America.

The wealthiest top 1% owe 70 percent of unpaid taxes. If we collected less than a third of that, we could pay for universal nutritious school meals for children. Do not tell me kids have to go hungry at school in the richest country in the world.

Zuckerberg net worth is 62.3 billion

#Loophole that allows @jeffBezos #Amazon get away with NO #TAXES

Yale Study Says Medicare for All Would Save U.S. $450 Billion Prevent Nearly 70,000 Deaths a Year

Yale Study Says Medicare for All Would Save U.S. $450 Billion, Prevent Nearly 70,000 Deaths a Year

Medicare for All Act, has the potential to transform the availability and efficiency of American health-care services.

@SenSanders is right!

No more premiums.
No more co-payments.
No more deductibles
No more out-of-control prescription drug prices. Medicare for All means significant reductions in health care costs for American families

Three people own more wealth than half of America. 13 million people are working two or three jobs to make ends meet. That is going to change when we make corporate America put workers on corporate boards and have a share in their companies’ profits.


Although health care expenditure per capita is higher in the USA than in any other country, more than 37 million Americans do not have health insurance, and 41 million more have inadequate access to care. Efforts are ongoing to repeal the Affordable Care Act which would exacerbate health-care inequities. By contrast, a universal system, such as that proposed in the Medicare for All Act, has the potential to transform the availability and efficiency of American health-care services. Taking into account both the costs of coverage expansion and the savings that would be achieved through the Medicare for All Act, we calculate that a single-payer, universal health-care system is likely to lead to a 13% savings in national health-care expenditure, equivalent to more than US$450 billion annually (based on the value of the US$ in 2017). The entire system could be funded with less financial outlay than is incurred by employers and households paying for health-care premiums combined with existing government allocations. This shift to single-payer health care would provide the greatest relief to lower-income households. Furthermore, we estimate that ensuring health-care access for all Americans would save more than 68 000 lives and 1·73 million life-years every year compared with the status quo.

Feb 19, 2020

As the Democratic presidential hopefuls prepare to take to the debate stage tonight, we turn to a central issue of the campaign: Medicare for All. In a new study, Yale scholars have found that Medicare for All will save Americans more than $450 billion and prevent 68,000 deaths every year. The study in The Lancet — one of the oldest and most prestigious peer-reviewed medical journals — found that Medicare for All, supported by Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, will save money and is more cost-effective than “Medicare for All Who Want It, “a model supported by Pete Buttigieg. Sanders referenced the study at a campaign rally in Carson City, Nevada. For more, we go to New Haven, Connecticut, where we’re joined by Alison Galvani, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Modeling and Analysis at Yale’s School of Public Health. She is the lead author of the new Lancet study, “Improving the prognosis of health care in the USA.”