• Presidential candidates are at this level - Elizabeth Warren Applauds Transgender 9-Year-Old, Suggests Child Help Choose Education Secretary http://bit.ly/2OChfbF via @BreitbartNews
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    Elizabeth Warren Applauds Transgender 9-Year-Old
    Democrat presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) applauded a transgender nine-year-old during Thursday's CNN Equality Town Hall.
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  • 'Good!' Says Sanders as Lobbyists Lash Out at Proposal to End Corporate Domination of US Politics
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/10/08/good-says-sanders-lobbyists-lash-out-proposal-end-corporate-domination-us-politics
    Jake Johnson, staff writer

    Sen. Bernie Sanders's 2020 presidential campaign late Monday enthusiastically welcomed lobbyist backlash over the senator's new proposal to dramatically curb the power of corporate money in politics and bar the Democratic National Committee from taking cash from big business.

    "Good!" Sanders tweeted in response to a story in The Hill that quoted several lobbyists opposed to the senator's plan, which would ban corporate donations to the Democratic Party Convention in Milwaukee if Sanders becomes the presidential nominee. As Politico reported last month, Democratic operatives have already begun seeking lobbyist help with financing the event.

    Stewart Verdery, CEO of public affairs firm Monument Advocacy, warned that "telling companies who would like to partner with the party to take their ball and go home will easily feed into an anti-capitalist motif."

    "On the substance side, hosting a convention is a major endeavor that can strap the budgets of parties and cities—the money has to come from somewhere and cutting off corporate donations may further depress interest in hosting a convention," said Verdery. "On the image side, the Democrats always have to balance their populist rhetoric with quieter outreach to the business community."

    The Hill also granted anonymity to a Democratic lobbyist who bashed Sanders's proposal as a "desperate" attempt to outdo Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) anti-corruption plan.

    "This is simply a game of one-upmanship from a desperate campaign that doesn’t have the ability to draft a 27-page thesis like Warren," said the lobbyist.

    The Sanders campaign—which proudly touts a list of "anti-endorsements" on its website—was unmoved by the lobbyists' criticism. In fact, as deputy campaign manager Ari Rabin-Havt put it, lobbyist outrage over the proposal "is not a bug—it's a feature."

    Warren Gunnels, Sanders's senior adviser, tweeted: "We welcome their hatred."

    In a statement to The Hill, Sanders national policy director Josh Orton pointed to the senator's grassroots fundraising model—which brought the campaign $25.3 million from an average donation of just $18 in the third quarter of 2019—and said "corporate lobbyists will never buy influence with Bernie, period."

    "Bernie Sanders is building an unprecedented grassroots campaign to end corruption," said Orton, "and as a nominee would host a grassroots conventions for delegates, party members, teachers, workers, nurses, farmers, and students."
    'Good!' Says Sanders as Lobbyists Lash Out at Proposal to End Corporate Domination of US Politics https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/10/08/good-says-sanders-lobbyists-lash-out-proposal-end-corporate-domination-us-politics Jake Johnson, staff writer Sen. Bernie Sanders's 2020 presidential campaign late Monday enthusiastically welcomed lobbyist backlash over the senator's new proposal to dramatically curb the power of corporate money in politics and bar the Democratic National Committee from taking cash from big business. "Good!" Sanders tweeted in response to a story in The Hill that quoted several lobbyists opposed to the senator's plan, which would ban corporate donations to the Democratic Party Convention in Milwaukee if Sanders becomes the presidential nominee. As Politico reported last month, Democratic operatives have already begun seeking lobbyist help with financing the event. Stewart Verdery, CEO of public affairs firm Monument Advocacy, warned that "telling companies who would like to partner with the party to take their ball and go home will easily feed into an anti-capitalist motif." "On the substance side, hosting a convention is a major endeavor that can strap the budgets of parties and cities—the money has to come from somewhere and cutting off corporate donations may further depress interest in hosting a convention," said Verdery. "On the image side, the Democrats always have to balance their populist rhetoric with quieter outreach to the business community." The Hill also granted anonymity to a Democratic lobbyist who bashed Sanders's proposal as a "desperate" attempt to outdo Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) anti-corruption plan. "This is simply a game of one-upmanship from a desperate campaign that doesn’t have the ability to draft a 27-page thesis like Warren," said the lobbyist. The Sanders campaign—which proudly touts a list of "anti-endorsements" on its website—was unmoved by the lobbyists' criticism. In fact, as deputy campaign manager Ari Rabin-Havt put it, lobbyist outrage over the proposal "is not a bug—it's a feature." Warren Gunnels, Sanders's senior adviser, tweeted: "We welcome their hatred." In a statement to The Hill, Sanders national policy director Josh Orton pointed to the senator's grassroots fundraising model—which brought the campaign $25.3 million from an average donation of just $18 in the third quarter of 2019—and said "corporate lobbyists will never buy influence with Bernie, period." "Bernie Sanders is building an unprecedented grassroots campaign to end corruption," said Orton, "and as a nominee would host a grassroots conventions for delegates, party members, teachers, workers, nurses, farmers, and students."
    'Good!' Says Sanders as Lobbyists Lash Out at Proposal to End Corporate Domination of US Politics
    "We welcome their hatred," said Sanders adviser Warren Gunnels
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  • Ocasio-Cortez Takes Aim at Crowley and Kennedy For Challenge to Green New Deal Co-Champion Ed Markey
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/10/08/ocasio-cortez-takes-aim-crowley-and-kennedy-challenge-green-new-deal-co-champion-ed
    Eoin Higgins, staff writer

    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Monday took aim at her former rival, Joe Crowley, in an email to supporters that presented the Democratic Senate primary in Massachusetts between incumbent Ed Markey and challenger Rep. Joe Kennedy III as an unlikely battle between their party's progressive and establishment wings.

    "While Ed Markey is fighting for the Green New Deal in the Senate, Joe Kennedy is getting campaign support from Crowley hosting a high-dollar fundraiser on October 15th," Ocasio-Cortez's team wrote in an appeal for donations that would be split between her and Markey.

    "Joe Kennedy thinks that with the backing of the establishment and the old guard of the Democratic Party that he can beat a progressive champion for justice," Ocasio-Cortez added. "Let's show Kennedy that he's wrong."

    Emma Vigeland ✔ @EmmaVigeland
    Amazing.

    Team @AOC sends out a scathing email blast about Joe Kennedy's big money fundraisers on behalf of Green New Deal co-author Ed Markey.

    See, establishment types? It's not about primaries for the sake of primaries. It's about the *policy.* Not that hard to grasp!
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    1:30 PM - Oct 7, 2019

    Crowley, the New York Democrat who lost a primary election to Ocasio-Cortez in 2018, is listed as a "host" for an October 15 fundraiser for Kennedy hosted by lobbyist Tracey Spicer.

    The event, according to reporting from The Boston Globe, asks attendees from different tiers to donate to the the Kennedy effort to depose Markey:

    According to the invitation, hosts for the fund-raiser are asked to give $5,600 to Kennedy's campaign—the maximum amount an individual can give for the primary and general election, combined. The invitation asks "co-hosts" to pony up $2,800, "supporters" to give $1,000; and "friends" to contribute $500.

    The timing of Crowley's insertion into the race comes weeks after Ocasio-Cortez endorsed Markey, her Senate co-sponsor for the Green New Deal.

    A Kennedy campaign official, speaking on background, told Common Dreams that Crowley and Kennedy's friendship is longstanding and that Crowley's presence in the race has nothing to do with Ocasio-Cortez.

    "They are genuinely close friends and have been for a long time," said the campaign official.

    As Sludge pointed out on October 4, Crowley's post-Congress career has set him up nicely to raise cash and wield influence:

    Crowley is not just the guy whom AOC beat; he is now senior policy advisor at Squire Patton Boggs, a powerful D.C. lobbying firm that represents large corporations such as oil company Royal Dutch Shell, Management and Training Corp.—the third largest private prison company in the U.S.—and insurer UnitedHealth Group.

    The juxtaposition of Ocasio-Cortez, the political upstart whose primary challenge upset the national political order, endorsing the incumbent Markey with her establishment opponent backing Kennedy, who is running on a message of change, was not lost on Boston-based political activist Jonathan Cohn.

    "Some pundits have drawn comparisons to Ayanna Pressley's challenge to Mike Capuano last year, with Kennedy invoking rhetoric akin to Pressley's 'Change can't wait,'" said Cohn. "But the dynamics of the race are very different."

    Sarah Ferris ✔ @sarahnferris
    Joe Crowley hosting fundraiser for Joe Kennedy.
    ....Meanwhile, AOC has endorsed Markey.
    That guy who AOC beat? He’s hosting a fund-raiser for Joe Kennedy - The Boston Globe
    Former congressman Joe Crowley of New York is listed as a host on an invitation for an Oct. 15 “DC Kickoff” fund-raiser for Joe Kennedy’s Senate campaign.

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    1:50 PM - Oct 3, 2019
    The Globe's reporting appears to bear out that perception of the race's dynamics.

    The paper gave a rundown of a who's who expected at the October 15 fundraiser:

    Former (Ted) Kennedy staffers listed on the invitation include Stephanie Cutter, who went on to serve in the Obama administration and as deputy campaign manager for President Obama's 2012 reelection campaign, among other roles; David Bowen, who served as staff director for the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions when the elder Kennedy was its chairman, and played a major role in drafting and steering the Affordable Care Act through the Senate; and Tom Lopach, a former executive director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee who is currently working on Montana Governor Steve Bullock's presidential campaign.

    In her email to supporters, Ocasio-Cortez said that the stakes for the Massachusetts primary are clear.

    "We need to help keep Markey in the Senate where he has a proven record of fighting for transformative change," said Ocasio-Cortez.
    Ocasio-Cortez Takes Aim at Crowley and Kennedy For Challenge to Green New Deal Co-Champion Ed Markey https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/10/08/ocasio-cortez-takes-aim-crowley-and-kennedy-challenge-green-new-deal-co-champion-ed Eoin Higgins, staff writer Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Monday took aim at her former rival, Joe Crowley, in an email to supporters that presented the Democratic Senate primary in Massachusetts between incumbent Ed Markey and challenger Rep. Joe Kennedy III as an unlikely battle between their party's progressive and establishment wings. "While Ed Markey is fighting for the Green New Deal in the Senate, Joe Kennedy is getting campaign support from Crowley hosting a high-dollar fundraiser on October 15th," Ocasio-Cortez's team wrote in an appeal for donations that would be split between her and Markey. "Joe Kennedy thinks that with the backing of the establishment and the old guard of the Democratic Party that he can beat a progressive champion for justice," Ocasio-Cortez added. "Let's show Kennedy that he's wrong." Emma Vigeland ✔ @EmmaVigeland Amazing. Team @AOC sends out a scathing email blast about Joe Kennedy's big money fundraisers on behalf of Green New Deal co-author Ed Markey. See, establishment types? It's not about primaries for the sake of primaries. It's about the *policy.* Not that hard to grasp! View image on Twitter 1:30 PM - Oct 7, 2019 Crowley, the New York Democrat who lost a primary election to Ocasio-Cortez in 2018, is listed as a "host" for an October 15 fundraiser for Kennedy hosted by lobbyist Tracey Spicer. The event, according to reporting from The Boston Globe, asks attendees from different tiers to donate to the the Kennedy effort to depose Markey: According to the invitation, hosts for the fund-raiser are asked to give $5,600 to Kennedy's campaign—the maximum amount an individual can give for the primary and general election, combined. The invitation asks "co-hosts" to pony up $2,800, "supporters" to give $1,000; and "friends" to contribute $500. The timing of Crowley's insertion into the race comes weeks after Ocasio-Cortez endorsed Markey, her Senate co-sponsor for the Green New Deal. A Kennedy campaign official, speaking on background, told Common Dreams that Crowley and Kennedy's friendship is longstanding and that Crowley's presence in the race has nothing to do with Ocasio-Cortez. "They are genuinely close friends and have been for a long time," said the campaign official. As Sludge pointed out on October 4, Crowley's post-Congress career has set him up nicely to raise cash and wield influence: Crowley is not just the guy whom AOC beat; he is now senior policy advisor at Squire Patton Boggs, a powerful D.C. lobbying firm that represents large corporations such as oil company Royal Dutch Shell, Management and Training Corp.—the third largest private prison company in the U.S.—and insurer UnitedHealth Group. The juxtaposition of Ocasio-Cortez, the political upstart whose primary challenge upset the national political order, endorsing the incumbent Markey with her establishment opponent backing Kennedy, who is running on a message of change, was not lost on Boston-based political activist Jonathan Cohn. "Some pundits have drawn comparisons to Ayanna Pressley's challenge to Mike Capuano last year, with Kennedy invoking rhetoric akin to Pressley's 'Change can't wait,'" said Cohn. "But the dynamics of the race are very different." Sarah Ferris ✔ @sarahnferris Joe Crowley hosting fundraiser for Joe Kennedy. ....Meanwhile, AOC has endorsed Markey. That guy who AOC beat? He’s hosting a fund-raiser for Joe Kennedy - The Boston Globe Former congressman Joe Crowley of New York is listed as a host on an invitation for an Oct. 15 “DC Kickoff” fund-raiser for Joe Kennedy’s Senate campaign. bostonglobe 1:50 PM - Oct 3, 2019 The Globe's reporting appears to bear out that perception of the race's dynamics. The paper gave a rundown of a who's who expected at the October 15 fundraiser: Former (Ted) Kennedy staffers listed on the invitation include Stephanie Cutter, who went on to serve in the Obama administration and as deputy campaign manager for President Obama's 2012 reelection campaign, among other roles; David Bowen, who served as staff director for the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions when the elder Kennedy was its chairman, and played a major role in drafting and steering the Affordable Care Act through the Senate; and Tom Lopach, a former executive director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee who is currently working on Montana Governor Steve Bullock's presidential campaign. In her email to supporters, Ocasio-Cortez said that the stakes for the Massachusetts primary are clear. "We need to help keep Markey in the Senate where he has a proven record of fighting for transformative change," said Ocasio-Cortez.
    Ocasio-Cortez Takes Aim at Crowley and Kennedy For Challenge to Green New Deal Co-Champion Ed Markey
     "Joe Kennedy thinks that with the backing of the establishment and the old guard of the Democratic Party that he can beat a progressive champion for justice. Let's show Kennedy that he's wrong."
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    Iranian Hackers Tried To Infiltrate A Presidential Campaign, Microsoft Says
    Iranian hackers have been trying to get into email accounts of a presidential campaign, American journalists and current and former U.S. government officials.
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  • FULL SHOW: Russia Dumps US Dollar—But For What?
    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani supports French President Emmanuel Macron’s proposal to re-start talks with the United States (0:09).

    Russia is cutting in half the amount of US dollars in its international reserves. “Boom Bust” Co-Host Christy Ai breaks it down (5:31).

    Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren isn’t backing down on her campaign pledge to break up tech giants. This comes despite the latest audio leak from the social media giant Facebook’s employee meeting, where CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he would likely sue the government if Warren became president (11:57).

    Plus, famous British street artist Banksy’s giant canvas mural depicting UK MPs as chimpanzees is expected to be auctioned for millions of dollars. “In Question” host Manila Chan has the story (21:34).
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    FULL SHOW: Russia Dumps US Dollar—But For What? Iranian President Hassan Rouhani supports French President Emmanuel Macron’s proposal to re-start talks with the United States (0:09). Russia is cutting in half the amount of US dollars in its international reserves. “Boom Bust” Co-Host Christy Ai breaks it down (5:31). Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren isn’t backing down on her campaign pledge to break up tech giants. This comes despite the latest audio leak from the social media giant Facebook’s employee meeting, where CEO Mark Zuckerberg said he would likely sue the government if Warren became president (11:57). Plus, famous British street artist Banksy’s giant canvas mural depicting UK MPs as chimpanzees is expected to be auctioned for millions of dollars. “In Question” host Manila Chan has the story (21:34). #QuestionMore #RTAmerica #InQuestionRT https://youtu.be/gWQ16L6PCtQ RT America 10/2/19
    FULL SHOW: Russia dumps US dollar—but for what?
    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani supports French President Emmanuel Macron’s proposal to re-start talks with the United States (0:09). Russia is cutting in h...
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    National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the accomplishments of Hispanic Americans, who have enriched our culture and society and helped make America into the incredible country it is today.  Hispanic-American men and women embody the American values of devotion to faith and family, hard work, and patriotism through their countless contributions as leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, and …
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  • Sanders Unveils Plan to Hike Taxes on Corporations That Pay CEOs 'Hundreds of Times What Their Workers Make'
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/09/30/sanders-unveils-plan-hike-taxes-corporations-pay-ceos-hundreds-times-what-their
    Jake Johnson, staff writer

    Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday unveiled a proposal to reduce massive disparities between executive and worker pay by hiking taxes on corporations that pay their CEOs dramatically more than median employees.

    "The American people are sick and tired of corporate CEOs who now make 300 times more than their average employees, while they give themselves huge bonuses and cut back on the healthcare and pension benefits of their employees," Sanders, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, said in a statement.

    Sanders's plan would impose a tax increase of 0.5 percent on corporations that pay their CEOs between 50 and 100 times more than their median employees. The penalty would increase progressively for companies with larger CEO-worker pay gaps.

    The senator's website outlines the tax penalties under the "Income Inequality Tax Plan," which would apply to private and public corporations with annual revenues of more than $100 million.

    Companies that pay CEOs between 50 and 100 times more than their median employees: +0.5 percent
    Between 100 and 200 times: +1 percent
    Between 200 and 300 times: +2 percent
    Between 300 and 400 times: +3 percent
    Between 400 and 500 times: +4 percent
    More than 500 times: +5 percent

    If the plan were in effect last year, according to the senator's office, Walmart would have paid as much as $790 million more in taxes, McDonald's as much as $110.9 million more, and JPMorgan Chase as much as $991.6 million more.

    "At a time of massive income and wealth inequality, the American people are demanding that large, profitable corporations pay their fair share of taxes," said Sanders. "It is time to send a message to corporate America: If you do not end your greed and corruption, we will end it for you."

    The Sanders campaign said the revenue raised by the plan would be used to finance the senator's proposal to eliminate all $81 billion of medical debt in the United States.

    The plan comes as a new report released Monday by the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) detailed the "staggering" CEO-worker pay gaps at some of America's largest and most profitable corporations. It also comes just days after the Census Bureau found that U.S. inequality in 2018 reached its highest level in five decades.

    "At the 50 publicly traded U.S. corporations with the widest pay gaps in 2018, the typical employee would have to work at least 1,000 years to earn what their CEO made in just one," IPS found. "Among S&P 500 firms, nearly 80 percent paid their CEO more than 100 times their median worker pay in 2018, and nearly 10 percent had median pay below the poverty line for a family of four."

    Sarah Anderson, project director at IPS and lead author of the new report, said in a statement that a tax penalty of the kind proposed by Sanders would "build on the living wage movement by encouraging corporations to lift up the bottom and bring down the top of their wage scales."

    "Such reforms would also give a boost to small businesses and employee-owned firms and cooperatives that spread their resources more equitably than most large corporate enterprises," said Anderson.
    Sanders Unveils Plan to Hike Taxes on Corporations That Pay CEOs 'Hundreds of Times What Their Workers Make' https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/09/30/sanders-unveils-plan-hike-taxes-corporations-pay-ceos-hundreds-times-what-their Jake Johnson, staff writer Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday unveiled a proposal to reduce massive disparities between executive and worker pay by hiking taxes on corporations that pay their CEOs dramatically more than median employees. "The American people are sick and tired of corporate CEOs who now make 300 times more than their average employees, while they give themselves huge bonuses and cut back on the healthcare and pension benefits of their employees," Sanders, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, said in a statement. Sanders's plan would impose a tax increase of 0.5 percent on corporations that pay their CEOs between 50 and 100 times more than their median employees. The penalty would increase progressively for companies with larger CEO-worker pay gaps. The senator's website outlines the tax penalties under the "Income Inequality Tax Plan," which would apply to private and public corporations with annual revenues of more than $100 million. Companies that pay CEOs between 50 and 100 times more than their median employees: +0.5 percent Between 100 and 200 times: +1 percent Between 200 and 300 times: +2 percent Between 300 and 400 times: +3 percent Between 400 and 500 times: +4 percent More than 500 times: +5 percent If the plan were in effect last year, according to the senator's office, Walmart would have paid as much as $790 million more in taxes, McDonald's as much as $110.9 million more, and JPMorgan Chase as much as $991.6 million more. "At a time of massive income and wealth inequality, the American people are demanding that large, profitable corporations pay their fair share of taxes," said Sanders. "It is time to send a message to corporate America: If you do not end your greed and corruption, we will end it for you." The Sanders campaign said the revenue raised by the plan would be used to finance the senator's proposal to eliminate all $81 billion of medical debt in the United States. The plan comes as a new report released Monday by the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS) detailed the "staggering" CEO-worker pay gaps at some of America's largest and most profitable corporations. It also comes just days after the Census Bureau found that U.S. inequality in 2018 reached its highest level in five decades. "At the 50 publicly traded U.S. corporations with the widest pay gaps in 2018, the typical employee would have to work at least 1,000 years to earn what their CEO made in just one," IPS found. "Among S&P 500 firms, nearly 80 percent paid their CEO more than 100 times their median worker pay in 2018, and nearly 10 percent had median pay below the poverty line for a family of four." Sarah Anderson, project director at IPS and lead author of the new report, said in a statement that a tax penalty of the kind proposed by Sanders would "build on the living wage movement by encouraging corporations to lift up the bottom and bring down the top of their wage scales." "Such reforms would also give a boost to small businesses and employee-owned firms and cooperatives that spread their resources more equitably than most large corporate enterprises," said Anderson.
    Sanders Unveils Plan to Hike Taxes on Corporations That Pay CEOs 'Hundreds of Times What Their Workers Make'
    "It is time to send a message to corporate America: If you do not end your greed and corruption, we will end it for you."
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