Is the Affordable Care Act as unpopular as we’ve been told? No, apparently . . .

by Brian Wolfman Take a close look at this story about a new CNN poll . The first thing you see is this: So, it looks like 59% oppose the ACA and only 40% support it. If you are an ACA supporter that doesn’t sound very good, though it’s up from December 2013, when the numbers were 62% opposed, 35% in support

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YS Jagan to protest against TDPs conduct on loan waivers in AP
YS Jagan to protest against TDPs conduct on loan waivers in AP YS Jagan to protest against TDPs conduct on loan waivers in AP

Watch YSR Congress supremo and Leader of Opposition in Andhra Pradesh Assembly, YS Jagan Mohan Reddy questioning Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu over loan waivers. For all top and best news…

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p Trudeau’s Support of Keystone XL Is Dangerous for Canada Trudeau profes…

p Trudeau’s Support of Keystone XL Is Dangerous for Canada Trudeau professes to be capable of both meaningfully combatting climate change and supporting oil sands expansion. Yet he recently went so far as to proclaim that “the opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline in the United States and elsewhere is not scientific.” Couple that statement with a recent tweet from his Principal Advisor Gerald Butts that “KXL is not an emissions issue,” and it appears as though the Trudeau team is not simply playing politics. They genuinely believe that approval of the 830,000 barrels of oil per-day Keystone XL will not increase carbon emissions.

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First Nations rights and title claims: Is it legitimate to call it class struggle?

First Nations rights and title claims: Is it legitimate to call it class struggle? First Nations rights and title claims: Is it legitimate to call it class struggle? warriorpublications.wordpress.com By Brad Hornick, rabble.ca, July 10, 2014 A healthy majority of First Nations in British Columbia have joined the opposition to federal government approval of the Northern Gateway tar sands pipelin…

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