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Polls Show Support For Trump Impeachment Rising By
As controversies and Russian investigations keep growing and developing, an increasing number of U.S. citizens support impeaching President Donald Trump, recent polls show. Forty-three percent of American voters now want Congress...
Rep. Al Green Inundated With Racist Death Threats Following Call For Trump’s Impeachment By
U.S. Rep. Al Green, D-Houston, Saturday revealed several racist and threatening voicemails — some saying the black congressman should be lynched — in reaction to Green’s recent call to impeach President Donald Trump. Green played two of the messages at a Saturday...
Justin Amash First To Break With Republicans Over Trump Impeachment By
In what may be the most material development of the day, moments ago GOP Representative Justin Amash (R-Mich.) said the report that President Trump pressured ousted FBI Director James Comey to end an investigation would merit impeachment if true, becoming the first Republican...
New Poll Shows Only 29% Of American’s Approve Of Trump Firing Comey By
With a new poll of U.S. voters on Sunday showing that less than one-third support his abrupt ouster of FBI Director James Comey last week, the talk of impeaching President Donald Trump and demands for a special prosecutor to investigate possible ties between his campaign...
Brazil’s Manufactured Coup: The ‘Shock Doctrine’ Returns To Latin America By
BRASILIA, Brazil — Harsh austerity. A 20-year public spending freeze. A non-elected government. A coup backed by the United States and corporate world. This is the new reality that Brazil has faced following the impeachment and ouster of the democratically-elected...
Venezuela Breaks Ties With Brazil As Rousseff Impeachment Takes Effect By
The suspended Brazilian president, Dilma Rousseff has been permanently removed from office by the country’s senate in an impeachment vote on Wednesday August 31, 2016. Rousseff was suspended in May 2016, after the senate voted to go ahead with the impeachment process....
Meet Brazil’s New Cabinet: The Science Minister Is A Creationist, Agriculture Minister Deforested The Amazon By
BRASÍLIA, Brazil — The new Brazilian president’s first pick for science minister was a creationist. He chose a soybean tycoon who has deforested large tracts of the Amazon rain forest to be his agriculture minister. And he is the first leader in decades to have no...
Washington’s ‘Fingerprints’ All Over Rousseff’s Impeachment By
Brazil’s young and vibrant democracy is under threat as an unelectable corrupt neoliberal political elite have taken the reins of power from President Dilma Rousseff of the Workers Party (PT), prominent American journalist, lawyer and author Glenn Greenwald...
No Crime, No Proof: Brazil’s Soft Coup Continues Anyway By
The Brazilian right-wing push to oust President Dilma Rousseff under false pretenses continues this Monday when those in favor of the impeachment process are scheduled to present arguments against the head of state. The Senate is expected to vote on May 11, which may...
Brazil’s President Says She Won’t Quit, Calls Impeachment Injustice By
BRASILIA, Brazil  — President Dilma Rousseff said Monday she is “indignant” over a congressional vote to open impeachment proceedings against her and vowed to fight what she called the injustice. She again categorically ruled out resigning. In her first...