Archiv: Poor People`s James Bond


06.12.2019 - 14:18 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

5 million donations to our campaign. That would send an unmistakable message to the billionaire class that we’re going to win. We’re getting closer, but we’re not there yet. Chip in here to help us get there:

05.12.2019 - 16:13 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

I’m proud we don’t have any billionaires supporting our campaign. The time for the 0.1% calling the shots in our economic and political life is over. We will tax their wealth to raise $4.35 trillion over 10 years, break up their power and give it back to the working class.

03.12.2019 - 16:43 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

I’m honored to receive the endorsement of @CCIAction. Together, we’re going to win the Iowa caucus and defeat Trump by mobilizing millions of working people to fight for justice.

29.11.2019 - 15:03 [ Commondreams.org ]

‚What Momentum Looks Like‘: Sanders Becomes Fastest Presidential Candidate in History to Reach 4 Million Individual Donations

(19.11.2019)

The fundraising milestone comes after Sanders received several major endorsements over the past week, including National Nurses United, United Teachers Los Angeles, and the California Young Democrats.

Sanders led all 2020 Democratic presidential candidates in fundraising in the third quarter of 2019, raking in $25.3 million from an average donation of just $18. Teacher has been the most common profession of Sanders donors, while Amazon, Walmart, and Starbucks have been the top employers of Sanders contributors.

26.11.2019 - 18:28 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

My experiences growing up in a working class family shaped my values as a candidate for president. All of us have a story to tell of how we came to be a part of our fight for justice. Download the BERN app today and share your #MyBernieStory.

23.11.2019 - 10:59 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

I’m disgusted by the idea that Michael Bloomberg or any billionaire thinks they can circumvent the political process and spend tens of millions of dollars to buy elections. If you can’t build grassroots support for your candidacy, you have no business running for president.

25.10.2019 - 16:28 [ Nate's Liver - Commentary ‏ / Twitter ]

I don’t get it. Why is Bernie even a Dem if he isn’t going to be a puppet for a handful of donors?

17.10.2019 - 16:55 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

When we win, we are going to fundamentally change the nature of the presidency. I will not only be commander-in-chief, but organizer-in-chief. And we will take on the most powerful corporations and special interests.

13.10.2019 - 12:41 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

Whether it’s Wall Street, the drug companies or the military-industrial complex, there is no candidate out there that has stood up to the powers that be more than I have.

13.10.2019 - 12:39 [ theHill.com ]

Sanders on difference with Warren: she’s a capitalist ‚I’m not‘

„There are differences between Elizabeth and myself,“ Sanders said, referring to Warren. „Elizabeth, I think, as you know, has said that she is a capitalist through her bones. I’m not.”

„I am, I believe, the only candidate who’s going to say to the ruling class of this country, ‚Enough. Enough with your greed, and with your corruption. We need real change in this country,‘ “ Sanders added.

30.09.2019 - 22:07 [ Washington Post ]

Bernie Sanders pushes new tax targeting large companies where CEOs earn far more than workers

Under Sanders’s plan, the government would increase a firm’s corporate tax rate if its highest-paid employee earns more than 50 times what its average worker does — an attempt to encourage companies to distribute their profits more equitably.

The plan would apply only to companies with more than $100 million in annual revenue.

30.09.2019 - 21:53 [ Ryan Nobles, @CNN Washington Correspondent / Twitter ]

INTERESTING meeting today in Burlington, VT: @BernieSanders sat down with @AOC. The two were spotted at a diner in town and AOC’s team confirms they met. No word on what they discussed….

(28.09.2019)

30.09.2019 - 21:34 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

Today is the last day before our enormous fundraising deadline tonight. We need your help, because we don’t have any billionaires or a super PAC supporting us—and we don’t want one. We are a campaign for working people. Chip in now:

27.09.2019 - 13:57 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

Inequality in America is at its worst level in more than 50 years. Maybe—just maybe—it’s time we start taxing the super-rich to ensure human rights for all Americans: housing, health care, education, retirement, good jobs, and a livable planet.

15.09.2019 - 19:30 [ USA Today ]

Bernie Sanders bashes Joe Biden, embraces Trump supporter during Nevada campaign stop

The exchange started combatively, with Sanders and Herron shouting over each other about the state of the health care system.

But it ended with the pair locked in a half-hug, as Sanders asked Herron to help him take on entrenched corporate health care interests.

15.09.2019 - 19:16 [ Annie Grayer, on the trail for @CNN covering the 2020 presidential election / Twitter ]

During a town hall in Carson City, Nevada today, a deeply personal moment happened between @BernieSanders and a veteran who has stage four Huntington’s disease and is $139,000 in debt. I was at the event and shared what I saw with @donlemon on @CNNTonight, making my TV debut

(13.09.2019)

14.08.2019 - 18:25 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

Breaking News: For the last 40 years the American working class has been disappearing and the rich have been getting richer.

10.08.2019 - 11:38 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter‏ ]

The average donation to our campaign: $19. The most common profession: teachers. I don’t sit around in wealthy people’s living rooms and leave with thousands of dollars. We are building a movement of working people.

30.06.2019 - 20:07 [ CNN ]

Why calling Bernie Sanders a ‚radical‘ is nonsense

The ruling class — dominated by billionaires like Donald Trump and the vested interests that prop him up — have played the same name-calling game for decades. Legislate tax cuts for the wealthy, turn a blind eye to polluters, shut down tax audits on the rich, abandon antitrust laws, put corporate lobbyists in charge of the regulatory agencies and then attack anyone who calls foul a „radical.“

30.06.2019 - 19:40 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

My skeptics often accuse me of being boring, of hammering the same themes. They’re probably right. It’s never made sense to me that a few people have incredible wealth and power while most have none. Should we ever achieve justice, I promise I’ll write some new speeches.

19.06.2019 - 17:38 [ Newsweek ]

Bernie Sanders Calls for ‚Political Revolution‘ in America, Lays Out His Democratic Socialist Vision: ‚This Is Not Utopian‘

He also pointed out that three individuals own more wealth than the bottom half of the American population combined. Sanders also said that over the past three decades the richest 1 percent has added $21 trillion to their wealth compared to a $900 billion drop in wealth for the bottom half of the country.

„We need a new vision for America, which I call democratic socialism, which says that economic rights are human rights,“ Sanders said.

17.06.2019 - 19:09 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

We have the best campaign to defeat Donald Trump. When we are in the White House we will fight for the working people of this country and take back power from the billionaire class.

08.06.2019 - 14:22 [ Washington Post ]

Bernie Sanders backs 2 policies to dramatically shift corporate power to U.S. workers

Sanders said his campaign is working on a plan to require large businesses to regularly contribute a portion of their stocks to a fund controlled by employees, which would pay out a regular dividend to the workers. Some models of this fund increase employees’ ownership stake in the company, making the workers a powerful voting shareholder. The idea is in its formative stages and a spokesman did not share further details.

Sanders also said he will introduce a plan to force corporations to give workers a share of the seats on their boards of directors.

07.06.2019 - 05:58 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President / Twitter ]

The Waltons of @Walmart are the richest family in America, worth $171 billion. They own more wealth than the bottom 40% of Americans. Since 1982, the Walton family has seen its net worth increase by about 10,000%. They must pay their workers a living wage. #BernieAtWalmart

(05.06.2019)

07.06.2019 - 05:52 [ CNN ]

Bernie Sanders confronts Walmart executives at meeting

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders went to Walmart’s shareholder meeting in Arkansas to push the company to include workers on the company’s board and pay workers at least $15 an hour. CNN’s Ryan Nobles reports on Sanders‘ crusade against Walmart.

05.06.2019 - 05:33 [ commondreams.org ]

Sanders Hands Over His Social Media Accounts to Walmart Workers Ahead of Attending Annual Meeting to Advocate for Employees

Sen. Bernie Sanders turned over his social media accounts to Walmart workers on Tuesday—one day before the Democratic presidential candidate is set to attend the retail giant’s annual meeting, at the invitation of some employees, to advocate for higher wages and introduce a shareholder’s proposal that aims to ensure hourly workers are represented on the company’s board.

Sanders is a longtime supporter of expanding labor rights and critic of Walmart.

10.05.2019 - 06:01 [ Bernie Sanders, candidate for President ]

Credit card interest rates are outrageously high. With @RepAOC, we are introducing legislation to challenge the greed of Wall Street and protect consumers across America.

10.05.2019 - 06:00 [ Bloomberg ]

Sanders, Ocasio-Cortez Propose 15% Cap on Credit Card Interest

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez accused banks of acting as “modern-day loan sharks” and called on Congress to enact a federal limit of 15% on credit card interest rates.

The two self-identified democratic-socialists are set to propose legislation on Thursday capping rates on credit card and other consumer loans and letting post offices offer low-cost basic financial services, such as loans and checking and savings accounts.

03.01.2019 - 13:10 [ Ro Khanna, Abgeordneter im US Repräsentantenhaus / Twitter ]

I will be voting NO on the Rules package with #PayGo. It is terrible economics. The austerians were wrong about the Great Recession and Great Depression. At some point, politicians need to learn from mistakes and read economic history. @paulkrugman @StephanieKelton @RBReich