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Richard McGee 5h
Replying to @richardbmcgee
A profound demographic shift will change the US political landscape. Age and ethnic background are major factors. Who is best positioned to take advantage of this demographic earthquake?
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Richard McGee 5h
Calculated Risk: U.S. Demographics: Largest 5-year cohorts, and Ten most Common Ages in 2017 via The 49-54 cohorts occupy the top two places in 2010. In 2017 they fall sharply. By 2020, the 55-59 cohort is 5th position.
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Sarah Abdallah 15h
What’s up mainstream media? No calls for regime change in Saudi Arabia after it massacred dozens of women and children attending a wedding in Yemen? Or is that only reserved for unverified chemical attacks in Syria?
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History in Moments 5h
Carl Jung by Henri Cartier-Bresson
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Matt Read 5h
You know when you see a tweet and you click the profile and you can't work out if they are a MAGA or a donut.
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Architecture 5h
A charming alley in Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Rodney Latstetter 23h
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Lee Camp [Redacted] Apr 24
Laws across the country are being put forward to make just PLANNING nonviolent protests illegal. Criminalizing dissent is one of the key steps towards fascism, and yet your corporate media won't even mention these laws. (My new podcast )
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🕊NO🕊WAR🕊IN🕊SYRIA🕊   🔥OUTRAGED🔥 14h
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Richard McGee 5h
Nixon, when he wasn't being a paranoid drunk, came up with (or was amenable to) some decent ideas. He pushed for a UHC with employer mandate, the NIT (a type of progressive UBI), and the EPA. On the economic front, he put the final nail in the coffin of currency pegging.
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Richard McGee 6h
Replying to @Speediest_Sloth
Nor are we out of it.
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Nina Turner 18h
“In fact, parts of the Democratic Party are arguably trying to out-Sanders Sanders.” Bernie Sanders has conquered the Democratic Party
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Richard McGee 6h
Ascend to Parnassus. The journey is worthwhile.
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M_Cherry_315Ⓥ 7h
Breaking news: New photos reveal who really shot JFK:
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Mike O'Hara 🌹 8h
i realize now that none of the right lessons were learned from 2016. Democrats have been blaming the primary process for Clinton's loss, & they're already planning to blame the primary process for the unpopularity of corporatist Dems facing challenges from the left
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Adam H. Johnson 7h
i think this is correct yes. And obviously...... nonsensical.
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Richard McGee 6h
Replying to @J_MoAGoGo
On the subject of scarcity of dollars, the important distinction is between the currency-issuer and the currency user. The currency issuer is subject only to real world limitations, not financial ones.
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Nathan Becker 8h
This coming Monday I will be starting a new job - leading a Web-Scale IT Systems Engineering team. Lots to learn and focus on. Thankful for the opportunity and excited for the possibilities. So taking an indefinite hiatus from Economics Twitter. Take care everyone.
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Polly Tickal Apr 24
Instead of reducing superdelegates, the DNC are now looking at INCREASING them - and requiring all candidates to get party approval before running. All this despite superdelegates propping up a certain loser in 2016. Why this new insanity? "Because Trump".
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