Jon Queally, staff writer
A crowd of approximately 10,000 people filled a sports arena to capacity in Wisconsin on Wednesday night in order to hear the person who has called for a "political revolution" in the United States explain why he should be the next president. "Tonight we have made a little bit of history...
Jon Queally, staff writer
Declaring that both he and the people he represents are tired of "extending and...
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Describing the austerity policies that European creditors have imposed on...

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Britanny 'Bree' Newsome - the filmmaker, organizer, activist and aspiring Super-Woman who memorably, determinedly climbed the flagpole at South Carolina's capitol to remove the Confederate flag - has spoken out for the first time about her feat, which she views "both as an act of civil disobedience and as a demonstration of the power people have when we work together." Much more from an inspiring kick-ass black woman who vows, "I refuse to be ruled by fear."

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