TV caught up with Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson soon after
his Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance to get his reaction to the final presidential
debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican nomineeDonald
Trump. Johnson responded to Trump's assertion that the election was rigged and
would hold out accepting the result of the election, saying "I will look at it
at the time."
"That's just not right," said Johnson. "First of all
elections are a state-by-state issue so to think that some sort of conspiracy
exists that elections can be rigged, that's not good for the system when in fact
that's not happening."
2015 and 2016, a PETA eyewitness worked and volunteered at Dade City's Wild
Things (DCWT), a Dade City, Florida, roadside zoo and documented abusive
handling, stressed and sickly animals, and a callous disregard for animals'
welfare. DCWT is a tiger cub breeding mill. It removes the helpless infants from
their mothers within hours or days after birth so they can be hand-reared and
get "used to" public handling. DCWT shamelessly—and apparently
fraudulently—misleads the public about its exploitative operation.
everyone will be talking about about rigged elections, leaked emails, and
puppets in the wake of the final presidential debate of the 2016 election. But
one much-overlooked aspect of last night's debate was that moderator Chris
Wallace finally brought up, in the final ten minutes, a topic no previous
moderator bothered to touch: a little thing called "the national debt."
After Wednesday’s debate, Democracy Now! spoke to Dr. Jill Stein, the Green
Party’s presidential nominee. She and Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson were
excluded from the debate under stringent rules set by the Commission on
Presidential Debates, which is controlled by the Democratic and Republican
a quest to show that anything can be made vegan, we got together with Aaron
Parker of SolFood Vegan to make a spectacle of a recipe: an epic stacked burger
piled high with all our favorite appetizers.
Actress Shailene Woodley pleaded not guilty on charges related to the
resistance to the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline on Wednesday. She was
arrested along with 27 others in North Dakota on October 10 during actions to
mark Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Woodley was strip-searched and then put in an
orange jump suit in the Morton County jail, which appears to be a common
practice even for low-level misdemeanor charges. Woodley told Democracy Now!,
"Never did it cross my mind that while trying to protect clean water, trying to
ensure a future where our children have access to an element essential for human
survival, would I be strip-searched. I was just shocked." Standing Rock Sioux
Tribal Chair Dave Archambault II and others have also been strip-searched after
being arrested for nonviolent civil disobedience against the pipeline.
In a medium-size bowl, mix together the vegan cream cheese, vegan
cheese shreds, and jalapeños. Set aside.
In a large bowl, add the wheat
gluten, nutritional yeast, 2 teaspoonfuls of onion powder, 1 teaspoonful of
salt, and the poultry seasoning and mix together until well combined. In a
separate bowl, whisk together the tahini, 1/2 cup hot sauce, and 1 cup vegetable
Add the wet mixture to the dry mixture and stir until a thick
dough forms, then knead with your hands for 2 to 4 minutes.