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from NBC News

Bernie Sanders: 'Poor People Don't Vote...That's Just a Fact'

Sen. Sanders talks about the need to increase voter participation in America and partially blames some of his losses on "poor people" not voting.

Sen. Bernie Sanders refuses money from lobby funding for his campaign or coffers. America needs to come forth on this one and support Bernie in his fight to get Corporate money out of our political system. http://www.sanders.senate.gov/

According to republicans it's the elderly and the poor that are destroying America. I suggest that maybe it's mega-rich corporations that have bought the heart and soul of the Republican Party.

from latimes.com

Under new Oregon law, all eligible voters are registered unless they opt out

Americans are required to register if they want to vote; as of this week, Oregonians will have to register not to.

Senate Republicans forced a vote on an amendment today that would have denied federal aid to the poisoned children of Flint, Michigan. What is even more deplorable is that 47 Senate Republicans voted not help lead poisoned children.

Bernie Sanders Breaks Down Exactly Why Donald Trump Is ‘Dangerous’ “This guy is running his entire campaign based on bigotry.”

In a leaked audio tape of the Koch brothers top secret June 2014 retreat, Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) not only admitted that the Republicans would be lost without the Kochs, and revealed who the real power is in the GOP.

from Washington Post

Calls to change U. of Alabama building name to honor Harper Lee instead of KKK leader

A growing number of people are calling on University of Alabama leaders to rename a building on campus

from Salon

Robert Reich sees the future: America’s two-party system is finished

The former secretary of labor predicts a People's Party will rise in 2020 to challenge the political establishment

Saudi Arabia's powerful deputy crown prince is expected to visit Washington in mid-June for talks with top U.S. officials, possibly including President Barack Obama, amid growing friction between the longtime allies, three sources familiar with the matter said on Friday.