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Response to Nation Article on Single Payer: Improved Medicare for All is the Solution

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  • Liberals Provide Fraudulent Cover for Saying 'No' To Single Payer

  • Related: How Single-Payer Will Be Achieved, Antonio Balmer, the Socialist Revolution

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7 August 2017 | On August 2, 2017, The Nation published an article by Joshua Holland, “Medicare for All isn’t the Solution for Universal Health Care,” chastising Improved Medicare for All supporters because, in his view, the single payer movement has “failed to grapple with the difficulties of transitioning to a single-payer system.” The article, which doesn’t quote anyone involved in the movement for Improved Medicare for All, begs a response because it shows what liberals opposed to single payer believe. Holland dredges up the same arguments used to keep single payer off the table during the creation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). He even dusted off a few that were used to try to stop Medicare from coming into existence in the 1960s. And then he attempts to distract single payer supporters away from supporting Improved Medicare for All and settling for something less, as was done successfully in 2009.

The first error that Holland makes is confusing the term “Medicare for All” as meaning that advocates would simply take the current Medicare system, with both traditional and ‘Advantage’ plans, and expand that. This is why it is important to use the phrase “Improved Medicare for All.” As outlined in HR 676: The Expanded and Improved Medicare for All Act, the new system would be based on the current Medicare system, which is already national, but it would be a single public plan that is comprehensive in coverage and does not have out-of-pocket costs or caps. It would ban investor-owned facilities and ban private insurers from selling policies that duplicate what the system covers. A single system is the simplest for patients and health professionals because there is one transparent set of rules.

Margaret Flowers is director of the Health Over Profit for Everyone campaign and co-director of Popular Resistance.

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How Single-Payer Will Be Achieved, Antonio Balmer, the Socialist Revolution 

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There’s a popular groundswell for impeachment — and it’s totally not happening.

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Roughly half the public believes Trump has committed crimes and should be impeached. Don’t hold your breath.

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11.03.2017 | If you live in certain media markets in the country, over the last couple of weeks you may have seen an ad running on cable news channels that features billionaire Tom Steyer making the case that Donald Trump should be impeached. Here it is, in case you have better things to do than watch TV.

I have to admit I love the ad. It expresses my feelings  perfectly, laying out some of the many reasons why it's insane that a man like Donald Trump is president of the United States. Steyer told Newsweek that Trump is "an immediate danger to the health and safety of America, given the president's recent threats to Americans' First Amendment rights, his statements provoking conflict with North Korea, his relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin, his inadequate response to white nationalist violence and his decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement." He added, "This is not a time for 'patience' — Donald Trump is not fit for office. It is evident that there is zero reason to believe 'he can be a good president.'"

Heather Digby Parton, also known as "Digby," is a contributing writer to Salon. She was the winner of the 2014 Hillman Prize for Opinion and Analysis Journalism.

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Feature Article | How Corporate Power Killed Democracy, Richard Moser, counterpunch.org / Popular Resistance

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Since the mid-1970s, when the corporations fused with the state, a new imperial order emerged that killed what remained of representative democracy.

Publisher's Choice | Tallying the Damage of Trump's Presidency in 2017, Tessa Stuart, Rolling Stone

Though the tax bill was the only piece of major legislation Trump was able to get passed this year, the 45th president got plenty done.

Of Special Interest | #MeToo In the Fields and Factory: Farm and Auto Workers Show Us How To Organize Against Sexual Violence, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest 

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  • Part 1: #MeToo In the Fields: Farmworkers Show Us How To Organize Against Sexual Violence
  • “We have the power to speak and end the silence. We don’t want fear and silence to persist any longer.” -Nely Rodriguez, CIW organizer
  • Part 2: How Tough Is It to Change a Culture of Harassment? Ask Women at Ford
  • Decades after the company tried to tackle sexual misconduct at two Chicago plants, continued abuse raises questions about the possibility of change.
  • Related: Kick Against the Pricks and Other Unsexy Truths About Sexual Harassment

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A journey through a land of extreme poverty: welcome to America * Debunking Myths About Estrangement * Outside in America: At Christmas, families on the edge of homelessness must choose: gifts or rent? * Remembering the Christmas Truce * God Bless Us, Every Robber Baron

Series | Student Debt Slavery: Bankrolling Financiers on the Backs of the Young, Part 1, Ellen Brown, Truthdig

The exponential rise in college costs occurred only after the government got into the student loan business in a big way.

Series | Outside in America: At Christmas, families on the edge of homelessness must choose: gifts or rent?, Erin McCormick, The Guardian

 

From the Archives | Pope Francis Focuses on the American Environmental Movement, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest

  • Part 1: Pope Francis is actually bringing America’s environmentalism movement to its religious and moral roots.
  • Opponents of selfish greed and avarice, the common enemies of nature and mankind, would welcome Francis’s powerful words.
  • Part 2: 10 key excerpts from Pope Francis’s encyclical on the environment
  • Here are some of the key passages people will read closely, everything from climate change and global warming to abortion and population control.

Bloggers & Columnists | Richard Moser, Amy Goodman, Ellen Brown

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Vitali Rich | Rigged Primaries and Scumbag Presidents

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Labor

'All These Changes Do Affect Jobs and Affect People' Janine Jackson, Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR)

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  • Climate change represents the first time in human history that we’ve had, as all of humanity, one problem that we need to face together, because it affects everyone on Earth.
  • Related: From the Archives | Pope Francis Focuses on the American Environmental Movement

Race & Ethnicity

Trump and the GOP Fuel Fantasies of White Victimhood, Disregard Black Lives, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest

  • Part 1: Horace Campbell on U.S. Disregard for Black Lives, from “War on Terror” in Africa to U.S. Army Widow at Home
  • There is a collaboration between the United Nations peacekeeping forces and the government of the Congo to ensure that the situation remain destabilized so that the Congo can be looted.
  • Part 2: Trump and the GOP Fuel Fantasies of White Victimhood
  • Propaganda of conservative activists and politicians flnng around assures white Americans that their racial resentment is valid, despite evidence to the contrary.

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Google and Facebook on an Internet Censorship Rampage at Request of US, Israeli Officials.

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  • Part 1: Google’s Eric Schmidt Admits Political Censorship Of Search Results
    • Google’s efforts are just one part of a much wider government-corporate drive to assert control over the flow of information over the Internet ... .
  • Part 2: Facebook Says It Is Deleting Accounts at the Direction of the U.S. and Israeli Governments
    • As is always true of censorship, there is one, and only one, principle driving all of this: power.

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Part 1: Google’s Eric Schmidt Admits Political Censorship Of Search Results

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Google has been deliberately altering its search algorithms and taking other steps to prevent people from accessing certain information and specific websites through its search engines.
Google’s efforts are just one part of a much wider government-corporate drive to assert control over the flow of information over the Internet ... .

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November 27, 2017 | Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, confirmed this weekend that the world’s largest Internet company is, in close coordination with the state, manipulating search results to censor sites critical of the US government.

Responding to a question about the “manipulation of information” on the Internet during an appearance at the Halifax International Security Forum, Schmidt announced that Google is working on algorithms that will “de-rank” Russian-based news websites RT and Sputnik from its Google News services, effectively blocking users’ access to either site.

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Part 2: Facebook Says It Is Deleting Accounts at the Direction of the U.S. and Israeli Governments

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Glenn GreenwaldThe Intercept / Rise Up Times

December 30 2017 | In September of last year, we noted that Facebook representatives were meeting with the Israeli government to determine which Facebook accounts of Palestinians should be deleted on the ground that they constituted “incitement.” The meetings — called for and presided over by one of the most extremist and authoritarian Israeli officials, pro-settlement Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked — came after Israel threatened Facebook that its failure to voluntarily comply with Israeli deletion orders would result in the enactment of laws requiring Facebook to do so, upon pain of being severely fined or even blocked in the country.

The predictable results of those meetings are now clear and well-documented. Ever since, Facebook has been on a censorship rampage against Palestinian activists who protest the decades-long, illegal Israeli occupation, all directed and determined by Israeli officials. Indeed, Israeli officials have been publicly boasting about how obedient Facebook is when it comes to Israeli censorship orders.

Glenn Greenwald, winner of the Polk Award for national security reporting, is an American columnist, blogger, and author.

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2017 was a tough year all around.  Hot and cold wars continue, the environment further degrades and Trumpism/Putinism/Modiism reigns. One can get depressed- forlorn even- by the array of monsters to fight. Humanity in many weighs appears to be stepping backwards, embracing narrow and racist nationalism, further eroding the rights of women, reveling in obscurantism, and rejoicing in, well, meanness.

Still, it is our world.  No matter what events have passed, it is indeed our world to fight for, to shape, to love, and to watch our children flower in.  But - and there is always a “but”- we have to make sure we focus and work hard to both further the erosion of the Good and to stem the growth of the Bad. Yes, those terms are not nuanced but at times we need to be clear - there are binaries in the world that we need to recognize. To continue to plant the seeds for the future, we need to support institutions and people who take up the cudgels, who dedicated their enormous energies to the fight and to the creation of a civilized world.

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Time to Make Life Hard for the Rich. Time to Have a Revolution.

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  • Part 1: Time To Make Life Hard For The Rich
    • How long are people supposed to tolerate being smacked in the face? By the rich? Who already have more than enough?
  • Part 2: I Asked The World's Foremost Ethicist If It's Okay To Have A Revolution
    • Can even a master philosopher tell the angry, oppressed man with a gun when it is morally right for him to leave the boundaries of law and civil society and launch a crusade against Fucked Up Shit?

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Part 1: Time To Make Life Hard For The Rich

 

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How long are people supposed to tolerate being smacked in the face? By the rich? Who already have more than enough?

Hamilton Nolan, Splinter News

12/18/17 | It is time for polite, respectable, rational people to start saying what has become painfully obvious: It is time to stop respecting the rich, and start stealing from them. In earnest.

Inequality is eating America alive. It has been growing for decades. To say that “the American dream is dead” is no longer a poetic exaggeration—it is an accurate description of 40 years of wage stagnation and declining economic mobility that has produced a generation that cannot expect to live better than their parents did. Not because of devastating war or



Our situation is absurd. Not since the Gilded Age has it been more clear that a few people have too much. Furthermore, the people with too much are investing in political clout to give themselves more. It’s just wrong.



plague, but because of a very specific set of rules governing a very specific economic system that encourages the accumulation of great wealth among a tiny portion of the population, to the detriment of the vast majority of people. Our political and business leaders have chosen to embrace a system that favors capital over labor. A system in which the more you already have, the more you make, and the less you have, the harder it is to build wealth. It is a system designed to increase inequality. It is functioning exactly as designed. And now, it is about to get worse.

Hamilton Nolan, Senior Writer, Splinter News

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Part 2: I Asked The World's Foremost Ethicist If It's Okay To Have A Revolution

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Can even a master philosopher tell the angry, oppressed man with a gun when it is morally right for him to leave the boundaries of law and civil society and launch a crusade against Fucked Up Shit?

Hamilton Nolan, The Concourse 

10/31/16 | There is inequality everywhere. But in San Francisco, it seems to be drawn by a cartoonist with an unrefined taste for absurdity.

The money. And then, the homeless. The homeless person asleep in a doorway directly beneath a sign for a Bitcoin ATM. The homeless woman sitting on a bench outside a LEED-certified new condo on Dolores St. painting her nails black as two fancy men stroll by with an extremely well-groomed Great Dane. The shabby black Ford GT parked incongruously out front of San Francisco’s gold-leaf-clad City Hall, an unshaven man asleep in the front seat with a Big Gulp container resting in the cupholder. The elderly men and women in bulky winter jackets sitting on ledges next to the Asian Art Museum, rolling suitcases at their sides. The tired-looking man leaning against the wall across from the Opera House. The shirtless man waving a plastic bottle and shouting unintelligible threats at cars passing by the Hilton hotel near Union Square as foreign tourists look on with alarm. The rectangles of cardboard laid out at 20-foot intervals all the way down Golden Gate Avenue, each topped by a fungus-like mound of dirty blankets and sleeping bags with two or four human feet sticking out of the bottom, sometimes with a small dog curled up under their toes. Just down the street and around the corner, hordes of young commuters stream down Market Street to tech jobs. At the stoplight across from Twitter HQ, a blank-faced homeless man stands at the crosswalk, dragging a length of PVC pipe with rags wrapped tightly on one end. He stares vacantly at the stopped traffic. “This is awful,” he says aloud. His words drip out with no apparent urgency or specific subject. “This is just awful.” He addresses nothing, and everything.

Hamilton Nolan, Senior Writer, The Concourse

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Tallying the Damage of Trump's Presidency in 2017

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Though the tax bill was the only piece of major legislation Trump was able to get passed this year, the 45th president got plenty done.

Tessa Stuart, Rolling Stone

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December 27, 2017 | Last week, after the mad dash to pass the GOP tax bill and last-minute scramble to fund the government, President Trump finally had a moment to pause and reflect on his first year in office. And, as he does when he has a thought, he tweeted about it: "So many things accomplished by the Trump Administration, perhaps more than any other President in first year. Sadly, will never be reported correctly by the Fake News Media!"

The thing is: he's not entirely wrong. It's true the tax bill was the first and only piece of major legislation he was able to get passed this year – an almost unimaginable reality, considering his party has control of both chambers of Congress – but even without many actual bills to his name Trump has gotten quite a bit done this year. Starting with his very first act in office.

Tessa Stuart is a contributor to Rolling Stone.

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Feature Article | From Nuisance to Threat: The High Cost of Truth, by Paul Craig Roberts, Paul Craig Roberts, Straight Line Logic 

  • Truth, and respect for it, is vanishing.
  • Related: From the Archives | Propaganda, Human Consciousness, And The Future Of Civilization


Publisher's Choice | Whether or Not Trump Remains in Office, We Must Contend With the Forces That Enabled His Rise, William C. Anderson, Truthout

  • The forces that pushed Donald Trump to the forefront are intrinsic to the US project, and they will not go away with him, should he be cast out.
  • Related: Special Report | Donald Trump’s first anniversary: Democracy on life support; How do we resist Donald Trump’s malignant reality?

Of Special Interest | Let's Think Big: The Tax Reform We Need, Thea Lee, Democracy / Portside

  • Here's how we could raise more money from those who have the most and invest it social insurance, public investments, and safety nets that would make the vast majority of Americans richer.
  • Related: Series | The Facts on Tax Reform, Parts 1-3

Special Report | Donald Trump’s first anniversary: Democracy on life support; How do we resist Donald Trump’s malignant reality? Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest 

  • Part 1: Democracy on life support: Donald Trump’s first anniversary
    • Ignorance is a terrible wound when it is self-inflicted.
  • Part 2: One year later: How do we resist Donald Trump’s malignant reality?
    • A year after Trump's election, a numbness has set in. We must resist that too; it's poisonous to democracy.
  • Related: Whether or Not Trump Remains in Office, We Must Contend With the Forces That Enabled His Rise

Special Project | How the Grinch Is Stealing the Internet, Week Ending December 23, 2017, Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest 

Net Neutrality is now officially on life support. Here’s what happens next. * The Fight for Net Neutrality Is "Not Over" * Net Neutrality: We Need a Better Deal * Three Myths the Telecom Industry is Using to Convince Congress to Repeal the FCC’s Privacy Rules, Busted * Urgent: Take Action to Save the Open Internet

From the Archives | Catholic Bishops End Family Synod With Little To Say To Gays, Zack Ford, Think Progress 

This latest rejection of transgender people is not inconsistent with prior Catholic teaching. Last year, Pope Francis called it “ideological colonization to teach that students can “choose their gender.”

From the Archives | Propaganda, Human Consciousness, And The Future Of Civilization, Caitlin Johnstone, The Greanville Post

  • A duck floats past two fish, looks down and says “Morning boys! How’s the water?” The fish swim on for a bit, then one of them turns to the other and says, “What the fuck is water?”
  • Whenever the mass media converge unanimously upon a single narrative, your default assumption should be that you are being propagandized. --Caitlin Johnstone
  • Related: How America Lost Its Mind

Bloggers & Columnists | Henry Giroux, Chauncey DeVega, Paul Craig Roberts





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Race & Ethnicity

GOP tax bill: A new mechanism for reinforcing white power, Chauncey DeVega, Salon 

  • Why do Republicans love their massively unpopular tax bill? Because it punishes nonwhites, and that never fails.
  • Related: To many, America’s racial wealth gap remains invisible.

Religion & Spirituality


Catholic Bishops spearhead letter encouraging parents to reject their transgender kids, Zack Ford, Think Progress 

  • This latest rejection of transgender people is not inconsistent with prior Catholic teaching. Last year, Pope Francis called it “ideological colonization to teach that students can “choose their gender.”
  • Religious leaders dismiss the legitimacy of transgender identities as a "false idea."
  • Related: From the Archives | Catholic Bishops End Family Synod With Little To Say To Gays

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