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Kagro in the Morning - April 11, 2016

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David Waldman and KITM continue to cater to those on high-nuance, shill-free diets:

Lend your ears to Greg Dworkin, who comes here to praise Bernie Sanders, not to bury him, as the Sanders revolution will continue to thrive. The best place to start the revolution is inside, not outside the gates. Wall Street is definitely the root cause of inequality, but who gets first dibs on the guillotine? Super-delegates can not stop the will of the people.  

Kim Davis and Bernie Sanders would be two of several people the Pope could choose to meet.

The circus sets up in New York, where Trump has always been the biggest clown. Bernie Sanders is still short of his target in NY. The real fun is coming to Cleveland — will people notice if Trump is secretly switched with Paul Ryan? The Trump campaign balances their delegate persuasion dollars between gift baskets and axe handles. Roger Stone says it’s not a threat to just give out delegate room numbers, is it?

Art-of-the-Deal Trump loses huge on every political deal going down. Donald Trump says he gave a hundred million in donations, turns out $0 is his money.

Black Lives Matter activist and Baltimore, Maryland mayoral candidate DeRay McKesson is guest on this week’s Hopping Mad with Will McLeod and Arliss Bunny! Go there and check it out!

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Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 11:28am EST