Super ‘liberal’ Democracy Now! : Glenn Greenwald: Donald Trump Jr.’s Emails Aren’t a “Smoking Gun” or Evidence of Criminal Collusion

We’ve said it before. Democracy Now!, though hyper-“liberal” is often excellent. They do great work all the time and the following article is an example of this. My hat really is off to Amy Goodman and company for the their (continued) efforts. Though we disagree with them often they aren’t afraid to address issues honestly (at least in our experience).

If you aren’t familiar with the outfit you should be.

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Greenwald: Empowering the “Deep State” to Undermine Trump is Prescription for Destroying Democracy

“Obviously strongly prefer normal democratic and constitutional politics. But if it comes to it, prefer the deep state to the Trump state.” – Neocon Bill Kristol of The Weekly Standard.

I like Charles Hugh Smith and this is his infographic.

Do “progressives” (and Bushite neoconservatives) hate Trump and “the deplorables” so much that they would sell their collective souls to the “deep state” to take Trump out? I hope not but I think many would happily do it.

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Greenwald: “Why Did Saudi Regime & Other Gulf Tyrannies Donate Millions to Clinton Foundation?”

This comes from Democracy Now! the hyper “liberal” news broadcast. Thing is, though I disagree fundamentally with DN on nearly everything they do real news unlike CNN and MSNBC. It’s nice to hear a legit anti-crony (for the most part) voice from what is called the “Left” in this country.

Get through the obligatory “Trump is a nut” (What else is the guy going to say?) bit at the beginning of Greenwald’s interview. The rest is pretty darn good.

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All the Presidents’ Bankers: Nomi Prins on the Secret History of Washington-Wall Street Collusion

Nomi Prins is a very interesting and talented financial journalist and attached is a great in-depth interview with her on Democracy Now. She discusses her new book All the President’s Bankers.

In the book she explores the relationship between the banking establishment and the American presidency. It probably won’t come as a shock but she finds that in many respects Wall Street and Washington have long been partners, and particularly since the establishment of the Federal Reserve in 1913.

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