March 24, 2017 archive

Mar 24

March Madness: 2017 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament Regional Semifinals (Round of 16)- Day 1

Women are stealing the show during March Madness, but the NCAA continues to neglect them by Lindsay Gibbs, Think Progress 3/24/2017 When most people think about March Madness, they only think of the behemoth men’s tournament, which generates over $1 billion in advertising revenue alone, more than even the NBA playoffs. When they do think …

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Mar 24

March Madness: 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament Regional Semifinals (Round of 16)- Day 2

Meh, who cares? Except for this- The Kentucky Wildcats are the only honest team in college basketball DJ Gallo, The Guardian Friday 24 March 2017 06.00 EDT The NCAA tournament field is down to the Sweet 16 weekend of games, featuring 15 collegiate programs and the Kentucky Wildcats, a D-League team that is still officially …

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Mar 24

Trumpcare Is Dead

We did. We the people sent the message to our representatives not to mess with our healthcare. People called their offices by the tens of thousands to tell them not to vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act. We saw through the GOP scam to take health insurance away from people who need it most …

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Mar 24

Now From Our Friend Wendell Potter

TMC and I had the good fortune to meet Wendell Potter at one of these Internet conventions we sometimes attend during the height of the debate over Single Payer/Medicare For All, Public Option, and (ugh) Obamacare which hardly did anything except impose some new regulations (minimum coverage that does not eliminate junk insurance, scope out …

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Mar 24

The Breakfast Club (Confusion)

Welcome to The Breakfast Club! We’re a disorganized group of rebel lefties who hang out and chat if and when we’re not too hungover we’ve been bailed out we’re not too exhausted from last night’s (CENSORED) the caffeine kicks in. Join us every weekday morning at 9am (ET) and weekend morning at 10:30am (ET) to …

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