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Too many have forgotten this simple fact. It's time to break apart the monopolies on the media. This power should not be concentrated in a few companies.

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"It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled." ~Mark Twain #GOPKochAddicts #UniteBlue

The GOP is closing women's health centers because of abortion. How dare they make this decision for women.These centers also screen for diseases like cancer etc. and prenatal health care etc. So now women have no way to get much needed AFFORDABLE healthcare. I will not stay calm and if you do, you deserve what THEY decide to give you.Biddy Craft

Interesting view point from a former IRA terrorist with the blood of 34 dead people on his hands

Chouchou Namegabe is a pioneering, fearless voice for justice & accountability in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). She founded the South Kivu’s Women’s Media Association (AFEM) to support her activism & women's advancement through media. She promotes Congolese women & defend women’s rights shining a spotlight on women’s issues especially in rural areas. She pled the case of Kivu’s women at the International Court of Justice & in 2009, accepted the Knight International Journalism… activism -- long form journalism scrolly site

In Feb 2012, the Big 3 networks lunged to defend Planned Parenthood when the Susan G. Komen Foundation (very temporarily) withdrew its donation to abortion giant (about $680,000 the previous year). Network reporters whacked Komen, promoting “outrage and disappointment engulfing the Internet.” But Mollie Hemingway out that Planned Parenthood in Texas was recently forced to pay the state of Texas $4.3 million for Medicaid fraud. Where was the “outrage and disappointment” engulfing the media?

Leonard Downie: Obama’s war on leaks undermines investigative journalism

Katrina vanden Heuvel: Fed up with Wall Street’s revolving door - The Washington Post “unlike Larry Summers,” the superbly qualified Yellen was “not part of the deregulatory cabal that got us into the 2008 financial crisis."