if Hillary Clinton hadn’t helped George W. Bush rush the USA into an unnecessary and poorly planned war in 2002, we wouldn’t be facing the Islamic State today. The first thing that the next President of the United States should be prepared to do is to avoid creating a foreign policy problem for the next decade by making mistakes today.
Yes, it’s true that Bernie Sanders got over 60 percent of the popular vote in yesterday’s Democratic presidential primary in New Hampshire. That’s nice. It’s impressive. Bernie Sanders got to give a victory speech, and Hillary Clinton gave a concession speech. “Sanders Won New Hampshire,”
The corporate news media depicts the New Hampshire Democratic primary as being between just two candidates, Hillary Clinton and Bernies Sanders. There are actually 28 Democratic candidates on the ballot, although one of them, Martin O’Malley, has dropped out. Graham Schwass promotes a liberal religious
Hillary Clinton calls herself “a progressive who gets results”. Is it true that Hillary Clinton is a progressive? Are the results that she gets progressive? Was it progressive when Hillary Clinton voted in favor of allowing George W. Bush to rush into war in Iraq?
Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Bernie Sanders are running for President. Each one says it’s vitally important that he have the ability to use the power of political office to act on behalf of the American people. Curiously enough, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Bernie
These printable maps show the number of delegates that are awarded for each state. These delegates will go to the national conventions, and then decide which politicians will represent each of the two dominant political parties.
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Clinton isn’t giving up the money. Her New York City finance pay-for-access party is merely delayed to a more propitious date, after the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary.
Senator Ted Cruz, Senator Marco Rubio, and Senator Bernie Sanders are running to take office as President of the United States in 2017. They say they want to lead the nation to a better future. Of course, each of these men is a leader right
By voting in favor of George W. Bush’s policy of war in Iraq, Hillary Clinton ignored the Democratic wing of the Democratic Party. I will never forget it.
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