…It is the price one pays whenever one dares poke a slumbering giant in the eye … In this case the ultra-rich-exclusive-owners of the 32 NFL

clip_image002…It is the price one pays whenever one dares poke a slumbering giant in the eye … In this case the ultra-rich-exclusive-owners of the 32 NFL football teams self-anointed America’s #1 spectator sport and creators of wealthy football players…  

…Colin Kaepernick dared to take a stand and not in any flippant manner to simply take a knee as opposed to placing his hand over his heart to call attention to the racist implications in the Star Spangled Banner America deems its national anthem…

…NFL owner$ are beholding to the whims of Congre$$ to whom they generously $$$upport for their monopoly protection and other perks… They do not choose to bite the hand that feed$$$$$ them…

Kyle Wagner …Yes, it’s strange that Colin Kaepernick doesn’t have a deal yet

 

Three weeks into the NFL’s free-agency period, Colin Kaepernick still doesn’t have a job. Ordinarily, an NFL veteran who is having difficulty finding a team isn’t exactly newsworthy. But NFL talent is scarce at quarterback, and Kaepernick’s situation is far from ordinary.

After Kaepernick’s protest of the national anthem last season as quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers, the question has become whether it’s the reason that teams are avoiding him. Some arguments regarding Kaepernick’s worth to a team are easily put aside (the obsession over “distractions” in sports is always tired but loses all meaning when we have proof that the supposed distraction had the opposite effect), though that wouldn’t necessarily stop a team from considering them. But others are more credible, or at least invite more investigation. Could it be that Kaepernick just isn’t good enough, or that he plays a style that makes him difficult to accommodate?

The evidence suggests that those factors alone don’t explain Kaepernick’s unemployment. Kaepernick’s current employment status looks less like a natural result of the supposed NFL meritocracy and more like something unusual is going on (even by the standards of an unusually complex situation). His play is good enough to have attracted interest from teams by now. That it hasn’t suggests that he’s being punished on at least some level for his political outspokenness. …..Read the Article

And “WE” did

clip_image002 And “WE” did…

Warren Henry  Donald Trump and the sleaze factor

 

Most of yesterday’s buzz was about the miasma of Trump investigations. There was a flap over whether the Justice Department sought to prevent former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates from testifying in the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into Russian interference in the presidential election.

Recall that to date, there appears to be no public evidence that Trump associates’ contacts with possible Russian agents involved wrongdoing (though there are some odd transactions in the past of Trump’s one-time campaign manager, Paul Manafort).

There is also a flap over the committee’s chairman, Devin Nunes, refusing to disclose to the committee who gave him intelligence reports that indicated Pres. Trump and his associates may have been ensnared in incidental intelligence collection outside the probe into the Russia-related issues. ….Read the Article

… De$igned increase profit$$$$$$

clip_image002…TRUMPCARE … de$igned to feed health care indu$try bottom line … De$igned increase profit$$$$$$$ not cure disease nor assist human beings live happy, healthy, productive lives…

TRUMPCARE … American $ecurity … Education…Is America and the world really ready for TRUMP CHANGE…

clip_image002…TRUMPCARE  … American $ecurity … Education…Is America and the world really ready for TRUMP CHANGE

Trump’s agenda is now squarely in Mitch McConnell’s, and the Senate’s, hands

In the face of intensifying Democratic resistance to the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch as well as funding for a border wall, McConnell is searching for bipartisan support — and a win for Republicans.

 

Hill Republicans trying to avert a shutdown need Democrats — and Trump

Several said Wednesday that they have no interest in risking a showdown over Trump’s demand to begin funding a border wall in the near-term spending bill.

 

Trump administration still plans to undo parts of the ACA, Tom Price testifies

The HHS secretary testified about how officials could scale back on key mandates of the health-care law.

 

Liberals see fresh opportunity in health care after GOP meltdown

They still have little hope of enacting their own solutions now, but are trying to lay the groundwork for electoral victories in 2018 and 2020 that could open new doors.

 

for being greedy … unyieldingly inhumane…

clip_image002..I did not get the impression that insurers were being blamed for being for-profit-business…

…They are being questioned for being greedy … unyieldingly inhumane…

What do you NOT understand…??? >>>TRUMP<<< is NOT accountable for anything… … Got it….???

clip_image002…What do you NOT understand…???

>>>TRUMP<<< is NOT accountable for anything…

… Got it….???

You are nothing more than an $$$$$ $ign on a P&L statement…

clip_image002…In TRUMP LAND everything you see, say, do, view, learn, speak is fair game for corporate bu$ine$$ exploitation…

… You are nothing more than an $$$$$ $ign on a P&L statement…