Tag Archives: Cenk Uygur

Constitutional Convention?

This country will never regain the democracy that’s been lost without getting money out of politics. But how? A constitutional amendment is the best way, but getting that through Congress isn’t realistic.  The Constitution has given us another way that … Continue reading

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A Challenger for Obama?

A short interview with the new Justice Party candidate for president, Rocky Anderson, the former mayor of Salt Lake City. I’d be happy to vote for him (if he were able to get on the ballot, that is).

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The Last Days of the U.S. Constitution?

President Obama is going even farther than President George W. Bush in taking executive powers to levels comparable to many other autocratic regimes. The president is on board with gutting many of the civil liberties guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution, … Continue reading

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Uygur and “Young Turks” To Join Current TV

Good news for progressive TV cable news junkies!  Cenk Uygur will be back on television. Like Keith Olbermann, Cenk Uygur got a little too controversial for the suits at MSNBC and was nudged out. But Cenk and his “Young Turks” … Continue reading

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