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healthcare.gov opens at midnight on the day of the government shutdown and lambert finds a bug

[And if you have your own experiences to share, and especially screen dumps, please add them in comments or contact me. Either Federal Exchanges, or state exchanges. I'm especially interested in Covered California! Thank you! --lambert]

Nice timing.

john.smith@gmail.com from Maine had a registration #FAIL at step 3. Here's the screen dump:

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‘Israeli Prime Murderer’ 'de facto Employer of US Congress'

Here are some compelling excerpts from recent articles by Robert Fantina and Norman Pollack re Netanyahu’s visit to address the US Congress.

Robert Fantina --"Palestine, Israel and the United States Congress" Read more about ‘Israeli Prime Murderer’ 'de facto Employer of US Congress'

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How to opt-out of Flordia tests

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From Space, Nobody Can Hear Your Anti-TPP Public Screams (all 22 of them)

If you want to get a space-eye view of anti-TPP actions in the US, please go to http://www.flushthetpp.org/actions/ . I count 22 events, and none in populated NJ.

OTOH, from a comment in the nakedcapitalism.com diary Gaius Publius: Tobacco Deaths, TPP and the “Trade” Courts, we read: Read more about From Space, Nobody Can Hear Your Anti-TPP Public Screams (all 22 of them)

Betraying Overachiever Obama To Put ProNazi WWIII On Resume?

Robert Parry in “Ready for Nuclear War over Ukraine?” writes:

You have a senior Ukrainian official [Deputy Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko] saying that the world should risk nuclear war over a civil conflict in Ukraine between its west, which favors closer ties to Europe, and its east, which wants to maintain its historic relationship with Russia.

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Back To The Future

I think I just got teleported back to February, 2008.

The “we” in “we have fought for everybody else’s equal rights” in Arquette’s rousing feminist appeal for fair pay and equal rights ignores how white women as a group have historically been, and in many ways remain, deeply invested in systems of white privilege and white supremacy in the United States and the West.

In the United States, white women actively supported Jim and Jane Crow. There were also women’s and children’s auxiliaries of the Ku Klux Klan.

All you need to do is substitute "Patricia Arquette" with "Hilary Rodham Clinton". Read more about Back To The Future

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Bernie Sanders in Iowa

Des Moine Register

Solutions can't happen, Sanders said, until progressive Americans turn out en masse to participate in the political process. He lamented turnouts for the 2014 midterms, in which only 36 percent of registered voters went to polls.

Internet Censorship Will Bring Total Mental Darkness to US

Fred Reed in “Cometh the Censor” has some grave predictions about eventual and total internet censorship:

I see with no surprise that Washington is stepping up its campaign to censor the internet. It had to come, and will succeed.  It will put paid forever to America’s flirtation with freedom.

The country was never really a democracy, meaning a polity in which final power rested with the people. The voters have always been too remote from the levers of power to have much influence.

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