1% News Debuts
15 Jun 2015
Money Looms Over All
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Democracy Extremism: Lawrence Lessig, Alan Grayson & Net Neutrality
14 Mar 2015
The producers of the One Percent News would like to apologize to Donald Trump for omitting two of his supporters from our report on the Republican debate held in Cleveland, OH on Aug. 6, 2015. We did not in any way mean to imply that Trump has no supporters, or, that the eleven Jeb Bush […]
About 45 minutes before the first Republican debate began at the Quicken Arena in Cleveland, OH, a wall of police officers in riot gear prevented about two dozen protesters from walking down a street that led away from the arena and toward the area where MSNBC was broadcasting. The protesters had just finished a rally […]
Democracy extremist Bernie Sanders is unaccountably surging in presidential polls. Why all the enthusiasm for a rumpled trouble maker who rejects the high-dollar patronage of the One Percent to seek the impoverished support of average voters? One Percent News hit the streets to find out.
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Hippie commerce meets 99% politics as ice cream mogul (and self-loathing rich person) Ben Cohen explains why he supports the democratically extreme presidential bid of U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders.
Cenk Uygur, of The Young Turks and Wolf PAC, explains to an incredulous Will Rice, 1% News Democracy Extremist Expert, why we need a Constitutional convention to get big money out of politics. Learn more about this bold and misguided effort, as well as the latest on 1%N’s competing offering, “The Young Trustfunders”, and the […]
The first ever budget proposal from the Congressional One Percent Caucus was released today at an exclusive event held in a basement crypt below the U.S. Capitol. One Percent Solutions spokeswoman Reagan Peabody-Peabody explains the elegant simplicity of a budget with no numbers and only four words (one of which is “no”). Daniel Weeks of […]
“Net neutrality”–giving everyone equal access to the Internet–is the kind of privilege-free approach to society the One Percent can’t support or even understand.
Even though budgets by definition have nothing to do with people, U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) gamely tries to explain the radical tax-and-spending plan of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. WARNING: Contains populist ideas 1%’ers may find offensive.
For all its hopes and its boasts, America will never be truly free until a handful of wealthy oligarchs have the freedom to control our government with their money.