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In this Pilot episode, we illustrate how corporations have put profits before people. The division between the most wealthy (a.k.a. the 1%) have grown at an exponential rate at the expense of 99% of the American population. "Money and Politics" is about greed and power, and how money affects politics in such a way as to negate the power of most of the American population. Professor Peter Mathews has coined the term Dollar Democracy, which is also the main title of his book.

_____We take the essence of the meaning to three important levels: 1) What is happening in America and to the public, 2) The key causes for why this is happening, 3) and the reaction of the American public to this crisis. We hope this episode will be successful in drawing people into positive action and rejecting the idea that the individual person does not have the power to react and instead, accept the conditions thrust upon them.

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Published February 13, 2017

The election of Donald Trump in November 2016 exposed a deep vein of distrust across the US, where millions have become disillusioned with a political and corporate elite out of touch with the sentiments of ordinary Americans. We explore the construction and mythology of the American Dream and uncover the reality of exclusion and denial.

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_____In this two-part series, we chart the history of post-Second World War America to uncover how race has dominated the political landscape and continues to shape American society. We reveal the nexus of political, corporate and institutional interests that created and now curtail a withering middle-class, pushing people into polarized camps, and now furthering disaffection with the traditional ‘establishment’.

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Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Reveals "The Paradise Papers" The offshore tax evasion situation has become so absurd that one five-story office building in the Caymans is now the "home" of nearly 20,000 corporations — and that is just one of many tax havens operating across the globe. (as of December 10, 2017)
HBO series The Network. Opening scene: Season 1, Episode 1. Titled "We just decided to". ____When cornered into answering a college student's question, superstar news anchor Will McAvoy (played by Jeff Daniels) astonishes fans and angers an American television audience by his candid statement that America is not the greatest country in the world. ____Written and Created by William Sorkin (A Few Good Men and The West Wing)
The election of Donald Trump in November 2016 exposed a deep vein of distrust across the US, where millions have become disillusioned with a political and corporate elite out of touch with the sentiments of ordinary Americans. We explore the construction and mythology of the American Dream and uncover the reality of exclusion and denial.
_____In this two-part series, we chart the history of post-Second World War America to uncover how race has dominated the political landscape and continues to shape American society. We reveal the nexus of political, corporate and institutional interests that created and now curtail a withering middle-class, pushing people into polarized camps, and now furthering disaffection with the traditional ‘establishment’.
JOAN OF ARC PRODUCTIONS
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Reveals "The Paradise Papers" The offshore tax evasion situation has become so absurd that one five-story office building in the Caymans is now the "home" of nearly 20,000 corporations — and that is just one of many tax havens operating across the globe. (as of December 10, 2017)
HBO series The Network. Opening scene: Season 1, Episode 1. Titled "We just decided to". ____When cornered into answering a college student's question, superstar news anchor Will McAvoy (played by Jeff Daniels) astonishes fans and angers an American television audience by his candid statement that America is not the greatest country in the world. ____Written and Created by William Sorkin (A Few Good Men and The West Wing)
The election of Donald Trump in November 2016 exposed a deep vein of distrust across the US, where millions have become disillusioned with a political and corporate elite out of touch with the sentiments of ordinary Americans. We explore the construction and mythology of the American Dream and uncover the reality of exclusion and denial.
_____In this two-part series, we chart the history of post-Second World War America to uncover how race has dominated the political landscape and continues to shape American society. We reveal the nexus of political, corporate and institutional interests that created and now curtail a withering middle-class, pushing people into polarized camps, and now furthering disaffection with the traditional ‘establishment’.
JOAN OF ARC PRODUCTIONS
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Reveals "The Paradise Papers" The offshore tax evasion situation has become so absurd that one five-story office building in the Caymans is now the "home" of nearly 20,000 corporations — and that is just one of many tax havens operating across the globe. (as of December 10, 2017)
HBO series The Network. Opening scene: Season 1, Episode 1. Titled "We just decided to". ____When cornered into answering a college student's question, superstar news anchor Will McAvoy (played by Jeff Daniels) astonishes fans and angers an American television audience by his candid statement that America is not the greatest country in the world. ____Written and Created by William Sorkin (A Few Good Men and The West Wing)
The election of Donald Trump in November 2016 exposed a deep vein of distrust across the US, where millions have become disillusioned with a political and corporate elite out of touch with the sentiments of ordinary Americans. We explore the construction and mythology of the American Dream and uncover the reality of exclusion and denial.
_____In this two-part series, we chart the history of post-Second World War America to uncover how race has dominated the political landscape and continues to shape American society. We reveal the nexus of political, corporate and institutional interests that created and now curtail a withering middle-class, pushing people into polarized camps, and now furthering disaffection with the traditional ‘establishment’.
JOAN OF ARC PRODUCTIONS
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Reveals "The Paradise Papers" The offshore tax evasion situation has become so absurd that one five-story office building in the Caymans is now the "home" of nearly 20,000 corporations — and that is just one of many tax havens operating across the globe. (as of December 10, 2017)
HBO series The Network. Opening scene: Season 1, Episode 1. Titled "We just decided to". ____When cornered into answering a college student's question, superstar news anchor Will McAvoy (played by Jeff Daniels) astonishes fans and angers an American television audience by his candid statement that America is not the greatest country in the world. ____Written and Created by William Sorkin (A Few Good Men and The West Wing)
The election of Donald Trump in November 2016 exposed a deep vein of distrust across the US, where millions have become disillusioned with a political and corporate elite out of touch with the sentiments of ordinary Americans. We explore the construction and mythology of the American Dream and uncover the reality of exclusion and denial.
_____In this two-part series, we chart the history of post-Second World War America to uncover how race has dominated the political landscape and continues to shape American society. We reveal the nexus of political, corporate and institutional interests that created and now curtail a withering middle-class, pushing people into polarized camps, and now furthering disaffection with the traditional ‘establishment’.
JOAN OF ARC PRODUCTIONS
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) Reveals "The Paradise Papers" The offshore tax evasion situation has become so absurd that one five-story office building in the Caymans is now the "home" of nearly 20,000 corporations — and that is just one of many tax havens operating across the globe. (as of December 10, 2017)
HBO series The Network. Opening scene: Season 1, Episode 1. Titled "We just decided to". ____When cornered into answering a college student's question, superstar news anchor Will McAvoy (played by Jeff Daniels) astonishes fans and angers an American television audience by his candid statement that America is not the greatest country in the world. ____Written and Created by William Sorkin (A Few Good Men and The West Wing)
The election of Donald Trump in November 2016 exposed a deep vein of distrust across the US, where millions have become disillusioned with a political and corporate elite out of touch with the sentiments of ordinary Americans. We explore the construction and mythology of the American Dream and uncover the reality of exclusion and denial.
_____In this two-part series, we chart the history of post-Second World War America to uncover how race has dominated the political landscape and continues to shape American society. We reveal the nexus of political, corporate and institutional interests that created and now curtail a withering middle-class, pushing people into polarized camps, and now furthering disaffection with the traditional ‘establishment’.