Chris Hedges: Defying the Politics of Fear + Ralph Nader and Jesse Ventura: Two-Party Tyranny

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with Chris Hedges

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Chris Hedges gave this talk on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016, at a rally in Philadelphia for Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein and her running mate, Ajamu Baraka.

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Jesse Ventura: The Democrats and Republicans Have Created This Corrupt System Based On Bribery

Jesse Ventura Fights Against MN Amendment

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Note: replaced the first two videos Dec. 1, 2015

RT America on Oct 2, 2013

Politics has hijacked the United States and still lawmakers on both sides of the aisle have yet to come closer to an agreement that would put nearly 1 million government employees back to work. According to a recent poll, 72 percent of Americans are opposed of the Republican strategy to shut down the government in spite of “Obamacare.” And as the dysfunction continues, former Independent Governor Jesse Ventura sounds off on the Capitol Hill shenanigans with RT’s Sam Sacks.

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Wrestling With Politics by Guadamour

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Guadamour’s blog post Sept. 27, 2009
Sept. 30, 2009

Jesse Ventura, the former governor of Minnesota is a phenomenon unique to America politics, someone outside of the political arena who uses his renown to secure a political position of power.

In Don’t Start The Revolution Without Me, (Skyhorse Publishing 2,008) written with Dick Russell, Ventura offers insights into the American political situation that no one else is in the position to put forward.

The fast and easy to read book is a loose biography of Ventura’s life and beliefs. A native of Minneapolis, a Vietnam Navy Seal veteran, professional wrestler and radio and television talk show host, Ventura invented his own life filled with integrity, the love of his country, wife and family.

Ventura’s parents were both veterans of WWII, and growing up in the Eisenhower 50’s and Kennedy’s and Vietnam era sixties shaped his life.

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Countdown: Jesse Ventura Interview

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May 28, 2009

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Jesse Ventura: The 9/11 Commission Didn’t Investigate NOTHING!

Jesse Ventura: You Give Me a Water Board, Dick Cheney and One Hour + Cheney hedges on memos

Abu Ghraib Abuse Photos ‘Show Rape’ + Was Rape an Enhanced Interrogation Technique?

Torture? What Torture? We Need More Torture! By Gary Corseri

Former Interrogator Rebukes Cheney for Torture Speech

Tortured Logic, Why ‘It Doesn’t Work’ Doesn’t Work by Steven Jonas, MD, MPH

Guantánamo And The Many Failures Of US Politicians by Andy Worthington

Jesse Ventura: The 9/11 Commission Didn’t Investigate NOTHING!

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May 18, 2009 News Corp

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Jesse Ventura: You Give Me a Water Board, Dick Cheney and One Hour + Cheney hedges on memos

The Obama Girl and Ralph Nader Show! Let the People Decide!

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My friend, Manila Ryce wrote this.

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Obama Girl and Ralph Nader are sharing an office.

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Nader! http://votenader.org/debates
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The Invisible Man: The Least Worst isn’t Good Enough Anymore

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Nader has to be in one of the debates!  Personally, this issue alone is enough for me not to vote for the Democratic candidate.  ~ Lo

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2008 Presidential candidate Ralph Nader hosted an Open the Debates rally during the Republican National Convention in Minnesota on September 4, 2008. In this highlight reel you can see excerpts of speeches by Ralph Nader, his VP Candidate Matt Gonzalez, and former Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura talking about open debates and how they impact elections.

This also features a musical performance by 98 Degrees’ Justin Jeffre and Jeff Timmons.

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