November 8, 2016

Who is responsible for the rise of Donald Trump? Robert Reich says it was the GOP, the media and the Democratic Party.

Undercover investigation nabs Stockton, California woman selling prepared food on Facebook, reportedly faces two years in prison.

Anti-government protesters in Florence, Italy clash with police as prime minister pushes plan to centralize power.

“Traveling while Muslim” – Muslim-Americans claim they are being profiled as terror threats at airports.  “I have to go an extra hour earlier than anybody else, because it’s not random checking.”

Jill Stein says major issues ignored in run-up to election, “… everything from the climate crisis to the endless and expanding wars that are bankrupting us and actually having catastrophic consequences, creating failed states and worse terrorist threats.”

Charges against two filmmakers who filmed Dakota Access pipeline protest are dismissed, could be re-instated, their footage reportedly not yet returned. Five other filmmakers and journalists reportedly still facing charges of up to 45 years in prison.

Marijuana ballot issues in nine states could be tipping point leading to end of War on Drugs.

Benghazi consulate guards were allegedly locals hired by contractor through newspaper ads, some of whom allegedly had ties to extremist groups. Some alleged to have participated in attack.

Political lie on social media leads to 7 year sentence for Cambodian politician.

More than 20 million Americans could lose access to health insurance under Donald Trump’s plan, according to study.

Candidates make their last appeals to voters. Clinton: “When your kids or grandkids ask what you did in 2016, you’ll be able to say you voted for a stronger, fairer, better America.” Trump: “Today is our Independence Day, the day the American working class is going to strike back, finally.” Stein: “Don’t waste your vote on a failed two-party system, invest your vote in a real movement for change.” Johnson: “It’s important for people to make a principled vote and say, “Look, I’m not buying it anymore.””

November 8, 2016

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