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  • 2020 Dems - 2

    A Far Too Early Take On Who Wi

    We will likely see the largest and most diverse field of Democrats running for the presidential nomination. Here is our Way Too Early List of which Democrats may be more or less likely to win the 2020 nomination and why.

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    PlanetPOV's Year in Review - 2

    For a little perspective on 2018, we invite you to take a stroll back through some of the events of this year through a gallery of graphics that were on PlanetPOV. Enjoy!

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    A Practical Plan to Get Trump

    If Trump can’t be removed from office through impeachment, can’t or won’t be indicted and won’t voluntarily leave the White House even after he’s proven to have committed federal crimes…can he be leveraged to resign? The answer to that may be yes.

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    Donald Trump's Christmas Wish

    Donald Trump may be accustomed to getting Clean Coal in his stocking but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t go to sleep on Christmas Eve dreaming of the gifts he wants the most. Here is his Christmas wishlist.

2020 Dems - 2

We will likely see the largest and most diverse field of Democrats running for the presidential nomination. Here is our Way Too Early List of which Democrats may be more or less likely to win the 2020 nomination and why.

Trump bra

For a little perspective on 2018, we invite you to take a stroll back through some of the events of this year through a gallery of graphics that were on PlanetPOV. Enjoy!

Trump resign

If Trump can’t be removed from office through impeachment, can’t or won’t be indicted and won’t voluntarily leave the White House even after he’s proven to have committed federal crimes…can he be leveraged to resign? The answer to that may be yes.

Trump baby santa

Donald Trump may be accustomed to getting Clean Coal in his stocking but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t go to sleep on Christmas Eve dreaming of the gifts he wants the most. Here is his Christmas wishlist.

Homeless in Hollywood

Posted by FlyingLotus On Aug - 23 - 2009 9 Comments

I was working one day, waiting for a vintage store to open on Hollywood Blvd. As I waited I saw across the street a man, grey hair and beard, in his sixties.He had crutches, his right leg was amputated at the knee.His clothes, jeans and a white t-shirt were dirty.He […]

Revisionist History: Two Can Play at that Game

Posted by KQµårk 死神 On Aug - 21 - 2009 6 Comments

I previously had thought only conservatives revised history to fit the memes of the modern day but it seems like progressives are playing that game as well. We have all heard the right wing revisions of history like FDR was not successful at ending the Great Depression when the truth […]

Did Krugman nail it? Or was he hammering US?

Posted by tyler-durden On Aug - 21 - 2009 14 Comments

Blogs don’t make the evening news; angry mobs do. Is Krugman, like the WH, trying to motivate the “progressives” to take to the streets, and be SEEN as well as heard?

Despite complaints about his ego, filmmaking style and his overexposure in the 2004 elections, Michael Moore remains the most effective, progressive and influential filmmaker out there. Expect the MSM to attack Moore for the hypocrisy and corruption spotlighted in this film, as they did with Sicko and Fahrenheit 911. There […]

Republican insanity and naked lust for power…with a beat! As disgusting as the right wing claims and frothing at the mouth is, it is even more ridiculous when sung. Check it out!

We can do this. We can rebuild our Congress. We have the technology, we can rebuild it, and it won’t cost $6 million dollars. This will be our revolution; 21st century style patriotism. The web will be our battleground, and we will win.

This weekend President Obama and the Kathleen Sebelius underestimated the public’s passion for the public option not only with progressives but with the mainstream public.  It was simply a major blunder even if they were just trying to launch a trial balloon. This miscalculation may have come off the heels […]

The Problems with Big Pharma

Posted by KQµårk 死神 On Aug - 14 - 2009 1 Comment

Big Pharma is probably the most important branch of manufacturers that provide healthcare products to the healthcare industry.  Along with universal healthcare reform we need meaningful pharmaceutical company reform.  Drug companies are not worthless middlemen like private healthcare insurance companies that are inherently part of the problem because they provide […]

One overlooked aspect of our disastrous healthcare system is the inherent lack of healthcare security which is a major destabilizing element in millions of Americans lives.  Healthcare insecurity is not just the obvious concern of over 47,000,000 Americans, to the contrary Americans with healthcare insurance, especially the under insured often […]

The Epidemic of Racism

Posted by AdLib On Aug - 11 - 2009 9 Comments

We’ve seen this same segment of the population before that is currently spewing hatred at the town hall meetings on health care. They were the same ones foaming at the mouth about the government at tea bag parties. The same ones screaming “Terrorist!” and “Kill him!” in reference to Obama […]

Bad Medicine: Drumming up Faux Outrage

Posted by KQµårk 死神 On Aug - 10 - 2009 2 Comments

Well when Huffy first announced it’s creation of an “investigative team” I wondered what it would entail.  It looks like we now know.  They stalk the halls of the White House and talk to as many administration officials as possible to obtain anonymously quotes.  Then the most controversial statement they […]

Profiting from the delivery of health care is immoral

Posted by KevenSeven On Aug - 9 - 2009 5 Comments

Profits are a reward for taking risks. How can it be that a company makes a 30% margin being the gate keeper between you and your doctor? Why should a hospital chain make a 30% margin delivering health care? How is that moral?   There is no risk in those businesses. […]

Those Were the Wet Old Days

Posted by AdLib On Aug - 9 - 2009 9 Comments

When you take a long shower or relaxing bath, consider that future generations may look back at the freedom to use as much water as one wants as unbelievable. As a result of global warming, drought conditions have intensified all around the world. In the U.S., the west, southeast and […]

The Age of Rationalization

Posted by KQµårk 死神 On Aug - 7 - 2009 1 Comment

Our species most unique strength is our ability to reason. Our species gravest weakness is our tendency to rationalize.

Nattering GOP-bobs of Negativity

Posted by AdLib On Aug - 6 - 2009 3 Comments

Seriously, what does the GOP stand for? Goofballs Opposing Progress? Now of course it’s understandable that the most  loyal Republicans include those opposing evolution, racial equality and integration, health care as a civil right, curbing global warming, peace and the laws of gravity. Not to mention those who love teabagging […]

What is John Bolton’s major malfunction?

Posted by KevenSeven On Aug - 5 - 2009 1 Comment

I suppose the problem for John Bolton and the other NeoCon clowns is that Obama did not bomb N. Korea. The Rethugs demand a blood sacrifice. Seriously, Bolton compared the two women to soldiers.   He said that the president should have applied the same consideration that he would use when […]

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