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TimKarr
#NetNeutrality activists projected messages on the facade of the @FCC last night. This one was disturbingly spot on: pic.twitter.com/WnZa0U79zj

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Crowetoons
Roy Moore's horse Sassy breaks her silence pic.twitter.com/tRWqp3fyLn

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JoelGHodgson
I thought there was something a little "off" about that Moore guy.

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aimeeallison
Thank you, Black Alabama twitter.com/AP/status/9407…

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RoseAnnDeMoro
Shanell and fellow Green Party members have been very active in the campaign for #SB562. They've repeatedly calle… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

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SFGreenParty
It should be easy enough to vote that even the Trumps can do it. twitter.com/JuddLegum/stat…

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DrJillStein
Internet creators slam #FCC plan to kill #NetNeutrality as "an imminent threat to the internet we worked so hard to… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

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murphstahoe
I really want to see Chris Daly pop up and say "Appoint me, I promise not to run in 2019"

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The City I love has been dying for years. Today, San Francisco grieves a Mayor. Tomorrow needs to be about the stru… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

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Rick Wolff address to Green Party

Rick Wolff is a well-known Marxist economist and one of the people who first helped organize the Green Party in the United States; he also ran as a Green for Mayor of New Haven.  He gave an address to the to the New York City Green Party several weeks ago about the state of the US economy ("it's over") and what's next.

Wolff was optimistic about the Green Party's chances of helping to lead the country out of this mess, if we spread the message that "the emperor has no clothes" and tell people the truth about the economy.  He suggested that Green ideas for how to democratize workplaces should resonate with people and provide a sensible alternative to both capitalism and state-run economies.

Part of the talk was broadcast on KPFA last Saturday morning.  KPFA is also giving away a Wolff book and CD as premium options for people who become members during their current fund drive, but it doesn't look like the CD is this specific talk.  However, you can watch the talk online or download it from the NYC Green Party site.  There is a one hour talk plus 40 minutes of Q&A, and it's well worth watching for Green Party members and others who share our values.