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Instead of bailing out Wall Street for the fourth time.. let's bail out the students.
Pay attention America. Third party might not win it this year, but we could be seeing the shift away from a two party system unfolding.
It's not possible to solve the climate crisis while we continue to expand fracking.
We cannot simultaneously fight terrorism, we and our allies, while with the other hand we fund terrorism, arm terrorism and train terrorism.
Moving to 100 percent renewable energy means we no longer need and can no longer justify wars for oil.
The corporate-powered parties are not gonna do it for us, not the greater or the lesser evil. We have to do it for ourselves. And the minute we stand up and stand together, we are unstoppable.
I think that equality needs to be broadened to include equal access to comprehensive healthcare, equal access to jobs, and equal rights in the workplace.
There is no such thing as a survivable or local nuclear war.
I think it would be a disaster if Donald Trump is elected. It will also be a disaster if Hillary Clinton is elected.
In this country, we not only have a right to vote, we have a right to know who we can vote for.
There are real solutions right now for us if we stand up with the courage of our convictions.
The Green New Deal is about creating economic security for everyone, and doing it quickly.
The Keystone pipeline will spew a massive amount of carbon pollution into our fragile atmosphere. It should be stopped.
I'm a medical doctor by training. I'm a physician, not a politician. And I'm in this as a mother on fire.
This may be news to Big Money politicians, but they actually don't own our votes.
We need a broad commitment to human rights across the board. We cannot attain that simply by protecting one oppressed group or the other.
We call for cancelling student debt, for bailing out young people like Wall Street was bailed out to the tune of $16 trillion.
It takes truth, and it takes speaking truth to power, but because the stranglehold is so tight it seems to take something else - a real political threat.
I think it's very troubling to see the reality of where the American political establishment is going - into this big tent, which is one happy Demo-Republican family.
The majority of American voters have rejected both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
If pigs could fly, yes, of course I would vote for the Democratic Party, but pigs don't fly.
If ever there was a mobilizing energy, it is the millennial generation. So we have the power to turn out and even to win this race. Not to split the vote but to flip the vote.
It's this mingling of the economic and political elite which is really destroying our democracy.
We have a system that's really founded on profit and on selling pharmaceuticals as opposed to keeping people healthy and then helping them get back to health.
In the world of millennials we are running very strong .
We've seen a great deal of interest from the Occupy movement. It's a diverse movement, not everyone embraces electoral politics, and no one can speak for Occupy.
I think people should have no illusions that Hillary [Clinton] is going to solve the climate crisis for us. We are in as much trouble with fracking as we are with coal. They both need to be stopped.
New record majority of Americans dislike the two corporate front-runners [ Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton] . This is what Lesser Evil leads to. Enough.
In the words of Frederick Douglas, power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has and it never will. We must be that demand. We are the ones we've been waiting for.
There are 43 million people who are locked into predatory student loan debt, from which there is no exit.
We're seeing the convergence of a big, corporate party right now. A sort of bipartisan merger under the figure of Hillary Clinton.
The threshold by the Commission on Presidential Debates. In the words of the League of Women Voters, they are a fraud being perpetrated on the American public.
The guy [Donald Trump] has a lot of problems - physical, mental, emotional, cognitive. You know, he comes with a whole lot of baggage, and I think it's pretty obvious.
I think we really have to take a good, hard look at our system of corporate consolidated press. We need to break them up.
If people fear that they have to choose between their job or fixing the climate, they will always protect their job. Because that's how they live to see tomorrow.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are the most disliked and untrusted candidates for president in American history.
You cannot solve the climate crisis if you are putting people out of work.
Why not liberate voters to actually vote your values?
The recent AP poll that came out last month said that approximately 90% of the American people felt that the two-party system was failing us in the presidential election.
I think we have a very critical role to play, within the spectrum of international law and human rights.
It turns out we get so much healthier when we convert to a green energy economy that our health savings alone are enough to pay for the cost of the energy transition.
One of the great things about running with Ajamu Baraka is that we speak to all of America.
We've got a big happy, one corporate family now uniting the corporate Democrats and the corporate Republicans.
I think we need equal wages which are living wages.
That is enough to win a three-way presidential race. If young people understand they have the numbers and they have the power to come out and turn this election on its head.
I affiliated with Physicians for Social Responsibility early on, and actually, their major thrust wasn't nearly as much around community health centers, although that was Jack Geiger's thing.
We, of course, need to improve our failing healthcare system, where costs are skyrocketing and 1 in 3 Americans doesn't have the healthcare that they need. Can't afford it, even with their insurance.
We cannot guarantee the human rights of any oppressed group alone.
I feel very sorry for people who are trapped in an abusive relationship and keep making excuses for their abuser.
Ajamu Baraka comes out of the tradition of the African-American intellectuals, the people who really been standing up for African-American rights and economic rights and workers rights.