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Yaron Brook: ‘Alexandria O. Cortez and The Principled Left’

The New Democrat

Alexandria Ocasio Cortez & The Principled Left Source:Yaron Brook– U.S. Representative Alexandria O. Cortez : self-described Democratic Socialist 

Source:The New Democrat

“This video was created by Christian Jackson. Clipped from The Yaron Brook Show: Jesse Lee Peterson, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, & MGTOW streamed on Jan. 13 2019.”

Source:Yaron Brook: ‘Alexandria O. Cortez and The Principled Left’

I agree with Yaron Brook at least in this sense: the establishment Democratic Party has been moving left ever since the 1930s with Franklin Roosevelt when the Democratic Party started adapting progressive goals and values. It started first with public safety net for people that truly needed it with things like Social Security and Unemployment Insurance. And then moved in the 1960s to civil rights like expanding the safety net with Medicare.

With the Republican Party essentially trying to catch up and essentially saying: “yeah, we support those things too” as those policies and programs becoming popular…

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That’s The River! 28-Mar-2016 (born_to_run)

Springsteen DVDs

TITLE: That’s The River!

LABEL:born_to_run

DATE: 28-Mar-2016

LOCATION: New York

AUDIO: Soundboard

VIDEO: Multi-cam

CHAPTERS: Songs

MENU: Authored

SUBTITLES: No

SIZE: 1 DVD

FORMAT: PAL


SETLIST

MEET ME IN THE CITY
INTRO THE RIVER ALBUM
THE TIES THAT BIND
SHERRY DARLING
JACKSON CAGE
TWO HEARTS
INDEPENDENCE DAY
HUNGRY HEART
OUT IN THE STREET
CRUSH ON YOU
YOU CAN LOOK (BUT YOU BETTER NOT TOUCH)
I WANNA MARRY YOU
THE RIVER
POINT BLANK
CADILLAC RANCH
I’M A ROCKER
FADE AWAY
STOLEN CAR
RAMROD
THE PRICE YOU PAY
DRIVE ALL NIGHT
WRECK ON THE HIGHWAY

CAPTURES


VIDEOS

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Tim Russert, Bruce Springsteen, and Cleveland

The Buzzard: Inside the Glory Days of WMMS and Cleveland Rock Radio — A Memoir

From Ed “Flash” Ferenc:

What a tremendous loss in so many ways.  A great journalist, author, father, the list goes on. 

I had the opportunity to meet Tim in  2004 when he spoke to the CSU Alumni Association.  He told the story of how listened to Kid Leo playing Bruce Springsteen, so he decided to take a crack at being a promoter and he managed to get the Boss to do a show at the John Carroll Gym. It worked and he made a few bucks to boot, enough to get him through law school.  

I approached afterwards and introduced myself and his response was, “Yeah Jeff and Flash! ” It was a moment I will always treasure.

May you rest in peace Tim. The world is a better place because of you.

Flash

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Bruce Springsteen’s rise to superstar status in Cleveland began in November, 1974, when Rich Kudolla, the branch manager of Columbia Records in…

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