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?
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.
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.
It’s official: the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration has crunched the numbers and confirmed that yes, 2015 was the hottest month on record, and last month, December 2015, was the hottest single month ever recorded. What’s more, last year’s record-breaking global warmth was warmer than
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