But, hey … it’s great for Trump’s corporate buddies owning for—profit prisons

clip_image002…Under Trump America incarcerates “them” daring “the m” to incarcerate Americans. … Provoking them … Taunting them … WHY  … How does this Trump action benefit America…???

…But, hey … it’s great for Trump’s corporate buddies owning for—profit prisons…

…Perhaps when Trump & GOP choke us tighter “WE” just might get the message….you, think….???

…Perhaps when Trump & GOP choke us tighter “WE” just might get the message….you, think….???

 

GOP health insurance plan for feds part of larger assault on compensation

 

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Cockroaches have more empathy than Trump

image Cockroaches have more empathy than Trump…

·       Trump Sinks to New Low in Call to Grieving Widow of Fallen Soldier

By Chris Sosa, AlterNet    A lawmaker recounted the horrifying story on national television. READ MORE»

·       TRUMP TELLS PREGNANT WIDOW OF FALLEN SOLDIER: HE KNEW WHAT HE SIGNED UP FOR Trump reportedly told the pregnant widow of a soldier killed in Niger that he "must’ve known what he signed up for," according to Florida Rep. Frederica Wilson. The hashtag #HeKnewWhatHeSignedUpFor began to trend on Twitter, as many slammed the president for his insensitive phrasing. Trump also politicized the Afghanistan death of his Chief of Staff John Kelly’s son, asking if President Barack Obama had called Kelly after his son was killed by a land mine. [HuffPost] [Tweet | Share on Facebook]

how the hell does it benefit you and me…???

clip_image002…Boon for the likes of Bank America, Wells Fargo, Ciiti, Chase … but how the hell does it benefit you and me…???

entice them with vivid ads challenging them “to be all that they can be”…

…We entice them with vivid ads challenging them “to be all that they can be”…join our military we’ll always take care of you…promise…???

…Then they return and we automatically discard them … shun them … and what just what kind of a reaction should we expect…???

 

Prosecutors called it a hate crime. His family says it was PTSD. An attack by an Iraq war veteran has prompted soul searching in Oregon.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 11:08 AM EDT

 

Damien Rodriguez faces a possible prison sentence after he attacked a waiter at an Iraqi restaurant in Portland, Ore.

Friends and family say his actions were not provoked by hate but by post-traumatic stress disorder for which, despite repeated efforts, he never received effective treatment.

As the case unfolded over the summer, it raised questions about what constitutes a hate crime and how effectively the legal system treats combat veterans who suffer from PTSD.

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Millennials function differently and that quite frankly scares the bejesus out of many, how about you…???

…The underlying salient point of this article is to shine light on how dangerous it is to draw conclusions when we do not have nor are provided full disclosure and transparency…

…We do not know anything about how this study was conducted, what the questions were, the timing of these questions, where the questions were asked, now many, over what  time period…

…Millennials function differently and that quite frankly scares the bejesus out of many, how about you…???

 

The top 20 fears of Millennials reveal an astonishing decline in self-reliance and practical intelligence

 

Researchers from Goldsmiths University in London found out that not being able to find a WiFi spot and forgetting passwords to different online log-in accounts are among the biggest fears of modern millennials.If this sounds insane to you, baby boomer, imagine what your reaction will be when you find out that millennials are also afraid that the avocado they just opened will turn out to not be ripe, and that there will be a shortage of Prosecco.This is vastly different from the concerns of young people from… …Read full article at NexusNewsfeed.com website »

WHY… Because it provides them an opportunity to be with “real” people … outside … enjoying nature … and most importantly it’s great for the bottom line $$$$ of corporate owned prisons as well as public owned prisons…???

…WHY… Because it provides them an opportunity to be with “real” people … outside … enjoying nature … and most importantly it’s great for the bottom line $$$$ of corporate owned prisons as well as public owned prisons…???

 

Why Are Women Prisoners Battling California Wildfires for as Little as $1 a Day?

 

STORYOCTOBER 18, 2017    As raging wildfires in California scorch more than 200,000 acres—roughly the size of New York City—more than 11,000 firefighters are battling the blazes, and a number of them are prisoners, including many women inmates. We speak to Romarilyn Ralston with the California Coalition for Women Prisoners, Los Angeles chapter, who is the program coordinator for Project Rebound at Cal State University. Romarilyn experienced 23 years of incarceration, and while she was incarcerated, she was a fire camp trainer and a clerk for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. Reporter Jaime Lowe also joins us to discuss her New York Times Magazine report, “The Incarcerated Women Who Fight California’s Wildfires.”