LIVE: Bernie Sanders Eau Claire Wisconsin Rally at W.L. Zorn Arena

LIVE: Bernie Sanders Eau Claire Wisconsin Rally at W.L. Zorn Arena
By Inquisitr

Watch a live stream of the Bernie Sanders Eau Claire, Wisconsin, rally in the video below.

Bernie Sanders Appearing on TYTNetworks for a One-on-One Interview Tonight at 6 pm Eastern

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by Daryl Parsons, Public Skeleton

(Mar. 23, 2016 12:45 EST) — TYTNetworks said last night during their election coverage that they will have Bernie Sanders on their show for a one-on-one interview tonight at 6 p.m. eastern. This comes after a persistent effort by them to schedule the interview.

Two days ago TYT host Cenk Uygur expressed frustration as to why Sanders had not appeared on his show yet (See YouTube Mar. 21, 2016 video link below). During the broadcast, Uygur analyzed the benefits of appearing on main stream media outlets like CNN, MSNBC and Fox, where the average age of these networks viewers was in the mid to late 60’s. He also discussed the benefits of appearing on his show as well.

Uygur agreed with Sanders’ campaign rational of seeking to appear on the typical main stream media networks because, “They vote more, and they needed to be persuaded away from Hillary Clinton,” Uygur said when referring to the older voters watching CNN, MSNBC and Fox.

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20160322_2300 Bernie Sanders on the Young Turks March 23 at 6 pm (TYT).jpg However, Uygur also feels that Sanders should be trying to reach people who are under the age 65.

Sanders has already garnished the support of the younger voter. This has been seen time and time again in the voting demographics thus far in the primary election.

Therefore why should Sanders appear on a show that basically caters to that lower-aged demographic he has already gotten support from? Uygur points out that TYTNetworks, “has a large progressive audience that is under the age 65.”

So appears that TYTNetwork’s persistence has paid off and managed to schedule Sanders for tonight’s one-on-one interview with Uygur.

“If your trying to run a revolutionary campaign that’s against the establishment, then why do you keep going and begging the establishment for favors,” Uygur said.

“Why don’t you come to the media that is actually revolutionary.”

TYT Link.

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WATCH Bernie Sanders On The Young Turks, March 23rd at 6pm

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Elizabeth Warren’s Social Contract: ‘There is nobody in this country who got rich on his own’

20110922_1200 Elizabeth Warren on The Myth of Class Warfare (addMoreJuice)(YT).jpg (Feb. 18, 2016 21:45 ET) Since Bernie Sanders’ rise in the polls after putting up tough competition in Iowa and in New Hampshire against the purported “inevitable” contender Hillary Clinton, there has been a lot of talk about who Sanders’ running mate may be.

Many have contemplated Sen. Elizabeth Warren as an ideal candidate who has sported parallel stances on issues the Sanders campaign has been touting during his campaign.

Only speculation can be derived as to why Warren has not outwardly “endorsed” Sanders.

Perhaps she is allowing her supporters to make up their own minds and determinations by looking at her stances on the issues, and not who she may be endorsing for the presidency.

The impassioned Warren, while campaigning in August 2011, made some impacting remarks captured on video and then subsequently posted on YouTube the following month in September.

One of Warren’s most resonating quotes from that Andover, Mass., meeting, “There is nobody in this country who got rich on his own. Nobody,” has left a favorable impression with her supporters.

You can watch the 2-minute video and read a transcript of that meeting below.



From 00:55:
There is nobody in this country who got rich on his own.
You built a factory out there – good for you.
But I want to be clear.
You moved your goods to market on the roads the rest of us paid for.
You hired workers the rest of us paid to educate.
You were safe in your factory because of police forces and fire forces that the rest of us paid for.
You didn’t have to worry that marauding bands would come and seize everything at your factory,
and hire someone to protect against this because of the work the rest of us did.
Now look. You built a factory and it turned into something terrific or a great idea.
God Bless!
Keep a hunk of it.
But part of the underlying social contract is you take a hunk of that and pay forward for the next kid who comes along.

Elizabeth Warren, August 2011

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Susan Sarandon: ‘I don’t vote with my vagina’

20160218_1800 Bernie 2016 Susan Sarandon Not a Vagina Voter v1.jpg (Feb. 18, 2016 19:00 ET) In case you missed it, actress Susan Sarandon has endorsed and is voting for Sen. Bernie Sanders to be the next president of the United States. Sarandon has been a stanch supporter of Sanders, and has spoken at many of his rallies.

In January Sarandon spoke at a Sanders rally in Brooklyn, N.Y. She said she has fallen in disfavor of some women.

Speaking to a large crowd Sarandon explained, “I don’t vote with my vagina,” she said. “It is so insulting to women to think that you would follow a candidate just because she’s a woman.”

“He (Sanders) is just right on. Every single thing he has said was prescient, strong and brave.”

(Video) Hillary Clinton lying for 13 minutes straight with Index (01/29/2016)

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by Michael Armstrong (Posted 01/29/2016)

Index of Video:

00:00 Start / Fair Use Disclaimer.
00:06 On Same Sex Marriage
00:27 On Gay Marriage
Evolution of Hillary Clinton’s position on support vs non-support of gay marriage (2002, 2004, 2010, 2013).
01:04 Gay Marriage
Confrontational interview during an NPR Radio 2014 interview by Terry Gross regarding Hillary Clinton’s views on gay marriage.
02:09 On Core Values
Evolving views and positions she has taken regarding her being a Progressive vs a Moderate.
02:49 On Email Scandal
Various statements illustrating the evolution of claims that the email server was for private emails vs. official government business emails.
05:41 On Wall Street
05:59 On Housing Crisis
Attempts to place blame on debtors for taking out loans they couldn’t pay back. Shifting blame from banks onto the backs of the people taking out the loans instead.
06:26 On Wall Street Relations
Mentions Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley & Lehman Brothers Investment Banks (Top Contributors) during a debate indicating she has plans to curb their questionable behavior (raising eyebrows about same because they are her Top Contributors)
06:52 9/11 Attacks and Wall Street Relationship
Hillary Clinton associates the 9/11 attacks with her dealings with Wall Street in an effort to claim that her time spent with Wall Street was to help rebuild them after the 9/11 attack.
07:17 On Health Care, Universal Health Care
Compares and contrasts Clinton’s 2008 vs 2016 campaign positions for a universal health care. Shows her attacking Obama during the 2008 campaign advocating for universal healthcare. Then, it shows, during her campaign 2016 debate, her attacking Senator Bernie Sanders’ single-payer health care plan.
08:37 On Bosnia Visit
Various clips which contradict claims that her visit to Bosnia underwent sniper gun fire. Shows her freely walking away from plane on flight line. Actually stopping on the flight line to greet an 8-year-old girl, and took group photos. However, it was this same flight line where she later claimed to have taken sniper fire during her speeches to the public.
10:56 On NAFTA
Shows how Hillary Clinton helped get NAFTA approved (while her husband, then President Bill Clinton). Then it shows her making statements against NAFTA.
12:56 End of video.

Video: Bernie Sanders Promo “They’ve all come to look for America…” (01m00s) (Jan. 21, 2016)

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Bernie Sanders is a Democratic candidate for President of the United States. He is serving his second term in the U.S. Senate after winning re-election in 2012 with 71 percent of the vote. Sanders previously served as mayor of Vermont’s largest city for eight years before defeating an incumbent Republican to be the sole congressperson for the state in the U.S. House of Representatives. He lives in Burlington, Vermont with his wife Jane and has four children and seven grandchildren.

Bernard “Bernie” Sanders was born in Brooklyn, New York, to immigrant parents and grew up in a small, rent-controlled apartment. His father came to the United States from Poland at the age of 17 without much money or a formal education. While attending the University of Chicago, a 20-year-old Sanders led students in a multi-week sit-in to oppose segregation in off-campus housing owned by the university as a Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) officer. In August of 1963, Sanders took an overnight bus as an organizer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee to hear Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic “I Have a Dream” speech firsthand at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.

After graduation, Bernie moved to Vermont where he worked as a carpenter and documentary filmmaker. In 1981, he was elected as mayor of Burlington as an Independent by a mere 10 votes, shocking the city’s political establishment by defeating a six-term, local machine mayor. In 1983, Bernie was re-elected by a 21 point margin with a record amount of voter turnout. Under his administration, the city made major strides in affordable housing, progressive taxation, environmental protection, child care, women’s rights, youth programs and the arts. In 1990, Sanders was elected to the House of Representatives as the first Independent in 40 years and joined the Democratic caucus. He was re-elected for eight terms, during which he voted against the deregulation of Wall Street, the Patriot Act, and the invasion of Iraq.

In 2006, Sanders defeated the richest man in Vermont to win a seat in the U.S. Senate as an Independent. Known as a “practical and successful legislator,” Sanders served as chairman of the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs where he authored and passed the most significant veteran health care reform bill in recent history. While in the Senate, Sanders has fought tirelessly for working class Americans against the influence of big money in politics. In 2010, he gave an eight-and-a-half hour filibuster-like speech on the Senate floor in opposition to extending Bush-era tax breaks for the wealthy. In 2015, the Democratic leadership tapped Bernie to serve as the caucus’ ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee.

Known for his consistency on the issues, Senator Sanders has supported the working class, women, communities of color, and the LGBT community throughout his career. He is an advocate for the environment, unions, and immigrants. He voted against Keystone XL, opposes the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal, wants to expand the Voting Rights Act, and pass the Equal Rights Amendment.
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Bernie Sanders Knocks Donald Trump’s Scapegoating Strategy

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By Rachel Maddow, YouTube, MSNBC

(Dec. 9, 2015) — Senator Bernie Sanders, Democratic candidate for president, talks with Rachel Maddow about Republican front-runner Donald Trump’s extreme views on Muslims in America, and what Trump’s supporters are attracted to in him as a candidate.

“Ever since Donald Trump has been opening his mouth, you’re seeing all these bitter people, demagogues, latent racists become emboldened. You’re seeing some ugly stuff happening around this country. I know you`re angry. And you know what? You should be angry because you`re working longer hours for low wages.

We’ve got millions of people who are in trouble today. People are hurting. They’re struggling. They’re fearful and confused. They are anxious on a number of levels. We have people with two or three jobs, worried to death about their children, worried about their own retirement. The cost of everything, from college tuition to prescription drugs, has gone up and people aren’t getting paid a living wage.

What’s the cause of their problems? Who is their enemy? Is it Wall Street? Is it Big Money? Or Big Pharma? Is it massive inequality in terms of wealth and income?
Why do you keep voting for people who are giving more tax breaks to billionaires, who are going to send your jobs abroad, not going to let you form a union, not going to allow your kids to go to college?

Because they pick out a victim whether it`s Blacks, whether it`s gays, whether it`s women, whether it`s immigrants, whether it`s Muslims who we can pick on. We can’t allow racism and xenophobia to gain traction.

Don’t go to the dark side. Don’t take it out on the Muslims or Latinos. Don’t go bashing immigrants or refugees or African-Americans. We’ve got to stand with the people who are being attacked today. We’ve got to stand up to the people who are so angry, so hateful.

Try to help us work together to create a country where your kids and you can have a decent standard of living. We’re going to fight to give you that. It has to be a bold and radical agenda, a political movement that will make your life better, not just other people’s lives worse.”
– Bernie Sanders


~Elected by the state of Vermont 8 times to serve in the House of Representatives.
~The longest-serving independent in U.S. congressional history.
~He was dubbed the “amendment king” in the House of Representatives for passing more amendments than any other member of Congress.
~Ranking member on the Senate Budget Committee.
~Former student organizer for the Congress of Racial Equality and the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
~Led the first ever civil rights sit-in in Chicago history to protest segregated housing.
~In 1963, Bernie Sanders participated in MLK’s Civil Rights March. One of only 2 sitting US Senators to have heard MLK’s “I have a Dream Speech” in person in the march on Washington, DC.
~Former professor of political science at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and at Hamilton College.
~Former mayor of Burlington, VT. In a stunning upset in 1981, Sanders won the mayoral race in Burlington, Vermont’s largest city. He shocked the city’s political establishment by defeating a six-term, local machine mayor.
Burlington is now reported to be one of the most livable cities in the nation.
~Co-founded the Congressional Progressive Caucus and chaired the group for its first 8 years.
~Both the NAACP and the NHLA (National Hispanic Leadership Agenda) have given Sanders 100% voting scores during his tenure in the Senate. Earns a D- from the NRA.

1984: Mayor Sanders established the Burlington Community Land Trust, the first municipal housing land trust in the country for affordable housing. The project becomes a model emulated throughout the world. It later wins an award from Jack Kemp-led HUD.

1991: one of a handful in Congress to vote against authorizing US military force in Iraq. “I have a real fear that the region is not going to be more peaceful or more stable after the war,” he said at the time.

1992: Congress passes Sanders’ first signed piece of legislation to create the National Program of Cancer Registries. A Reader’s Digest article calls the law “the cancer weapon America needs most.” All 50 states now run registries to help cancer researchers gain important insights.

November 1993: Sanders votes against the Clinton-era North American Free Trade Agreement. Returning from a tour of factories in Mexico, Sanders says: “If NAFTA passes, corporate profits will soar because it will be even easier than now for American companies to flee to Mexico and hire workers there for starvation wages.”

July 1996: Sanders is one of only 67 (out of 435, 15%) votes against the discriminatory Defense of Marriage Act, which denied federal benefits to same-sex couples legally married. Sanders urged the Supreme Court to throw out the law, which it did in a landmark 2013 ruling – some 17 years later.

July 1999: Standing up against the major pharmaceutical companies, Sanders becomes the first member of Congress to personally take seniors across the border to Canada to buy lower-cost prescription drugs. The congressman continues his bus trips to Canada with a group of breast cancer patients the following April. These brave women are able to purchase their medications in Canada for almost one-tenth the price charged in the States.
But that didn’t change the discourse about the price of pharmaceuticals in.

August 1999: An overflow crowd of Vermonters packs a St. Michael’s College town hall meeting hosted by Sanders to protest an IBM plan to cut older workers’ pensions by as much as 50 percent. CBS Evening News with Dan Rather and The New York Times cover the event. After IBM enacts the plan, Sanders works to reverse the cuts, passing a pair of amendments to prohibit the federal government from acting to overturn a federal district court decision that ruled that IBM’s plan violated pension age discrimination laws. Thanks to Sanders’ efforts, IBM agreed to a $320 million legal settlement with some 130,000 IBM workers and retirees.

November 1999: About 10 years before the 2008 Wall Street crash spins the world economy into a massive recession, Sanders votes “no” on a bill to undo decades of financial regulations enacted after the Great Depression. “This legislation,” he predicts at the time, “will lead to fewer banks and financial service providers, increased charges and fees for individual consumers and small businesses, diminished credit for rural America and taxpayer exposure to potential losses should a financial conglomerate fail. It will lead to more mega-mergers, a small number of corporations dominating the financial service industry and further concentration of power in our country.” The House passed the bill 362-57 over Sanders’ objection.

October 2001: Sanders votes against the USA Patriot Act. “All of us want to protect the American people from terrorist attacks, but in a way that does not undermine basic freedoms,” Sanders says at the time. He subsequently votes against reauthorizing the law in 2006 and 2011.

October 2002: Sanders votes against the Bush-Cheney war in Iraq. He warns at the time that an invasion could “result in anti-Americanism, instability and more terrorism.” Hillary Clinton votes in favor of it.
(But hey, Hillary has said she’s sorry, what’s the big deal? It’s not like the US invasion of Iraq caused anything for us to worry about. It was just a vote. And now Hillary has all that experience traveling in airplanes around the world.)

November 2006: Sanders defeats Vermont’s richest man, Rich Tarrant, to be elected to the U.S. Senate. Sanders, running as an Independent, is endorsed by the Vermont Democratic Party and supported by the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee.

December 2007: Sanders’ authored energy efficiency and conservation grant program passes into law. He later secures $3.2 billion in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 for the grant program.

September 2008: Thanks to Sanders’ efforts, funding for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program funding doubles, helping millions of low-income Americans heat their homes in winter.

February 2009: Sanders works with Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley to pass an amendment to an economic recovery bill preventing Wall Street banks that take taxpayer bailouts from replacing laid-off U.S. workers with exploited and poorly-paid foreign workers.

December 2009: Sanders passes language in the Affordable Care Act to allow states to apply for waivers to implement pilot health care systems by 2017. The legislation allows states to adopt more comprehensive systems to cover more people at lower costs.

March 2010: President Barack Obama signs into law the Affordable Care Act with a major Sanders provision to expand federally qualified community health centers. Sanders secures $12.5 billion in funding for the program which now serves more than 25 million Americans. Another $1.5 billion from a Sanders provision went to the National Health Service Corps for scholarships and loan repayment for doctors and nurses who practice in under-served communities.

July 2010: Sanders works with Republican Congressman Ron Paul in the House to pass a measure as part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform bill to audit the Federal Reserve, revealing how the independent agency gave $16 trillion in near zero-interest loans to big banks and businesses after the 2008 economic collapse.

March 2013: Sanders, now chairman of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, and backed by seniors, women, veterans, labor unions and disabled Americans, leads a successful effort to stop a “chained-CPI” proposal supported by Congressional Republicans and the Administration to cut Social Security and disabled veterans’ benefits.

April 2013: Sanders introduces legislation to break up major Wall Street banks so large that the collapse of one could send the overall economy into a downward spiral.

August 2014: A bipartisan $16.5 billion veterans bill written by Sen. Sanders, Sen. John McCain and Rep. Jeff Miller is signed into law by President Barack Obama. The measure includes $5 billion for the VA to hire more doctors and health professionals to meet growing demand for care.

January 2015: Sanders takes over as ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee, using the platform to fight for his economic agenda for the American middle class.

January 2015: Sanders votes against the Keystone XL pipeline which would allow multinational corporation TransCanada to transport dirty tar sands oil from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.

March 2015: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) introduced legislation to expand benefits and strengthen the retirement program for generations to come.
The Social Security Expansion Act was filed on the same day Sanders and other senators received the petitions signed by 2 million Americans, gathered by the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare.

September 2015: Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva (D-Ariz.), Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) and Rep. Bobby L. Rush (D-Ill.) today introduced bills to ban private prisons, reinstate the federal parole system and eliminate quotas for the number of immigrants held in detention.

January 2016: Sanders Places Hold on FDA Nominee Dr. Robert Califf because of his close ties to the pharmaceutical industry and lack of commitment to lowering drug prices. There is no reason to believe that he would make the FDA work for ordinary Americans, rather than just the CEOs of pharmaceutical companies.


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