Tens of thousands of supporters turned out at the Boston Convention Center to see Sanders speak—skyrocketing numbers that are now typical for the senator from Vermont whose run at the White House for 2016 once seemed like a long shot.
“As Americans, we respect human dignity, even when we’re threatened, which is why I’ve…worked to make sure our use of new technology like drones is properly constrained.” – President Obama. A message to President Obama: saying something does not make it so. How does killing people, so many of them innocent of any wrongdoing whatsoever, with missiles launched from drones by “pilots” thousands of miles away, demonstrate respect for human dignity and the application of “proper” constraints?
In both Iowa and New Hampshire, Sanders’ support is strong among independent voters and those under age 30.
Brazil’s Supreme Court decided on Thursday to ban corporate donations to election campaign financing in a move to clean up Brazilian politics caught in a massive kickback scandal.
Europe and North America are currently negotiating two trade deals that could turn out to be the biggest corporate power grabs in history — TTIP and CETA. The treaties read like a corporate wish-list: secret courts that can sue our governments, the removal of environmental and health regulation and the degradation of working standards.
Iowa voters resonate with his ideas for rebuilding the American middle class and taking on the billionaire class.
The presidential slate is underwhelming at best, and terrifying at worst.
There is a great deal going around the web at this time concerning a possible economic collapse in the last week of September. Whether this will actually happen and what effects it might have are quite uncertain. Where this idea comes from I have no idea. Before we can identify what the probable truth of this is, we need to view this idea from the viewpoint of the so called “Elite”.
Now some are saying The Donald is running to form a third party and thus hand the election to Hillary. Whereas the preferred alternative would be what? Prince Jeb? There’s a difference between Hillary and Jeb? Who’s kidding who? I approach this from a different angle. Trump is unpredictable. He’s the only unpredictable presidential candidate in recent memory.
How far can such a leader go in America? It’s a question worth returning to—but not until we get an explanation of why Trump, if he is a tyrant-in-waiting, is gaining in popularity.
Presidents, politicians, and overall governmental policy is heavily influenced by major corporations, and this reality is not really a secret anymore.
You may like him or not, consider him an inconsequential blowhard or a legitimate alternative, but he is getting noticed by Globalist heavy hitters with such news commentaries stating that “[Trump] has threatened to raise taxes on imports to the United States to bolster domestic production.”
During centuries of struggle, Europe carved out a mission of individual freedom, against all odds, and there were eventually many victories. This could all go down the drain as globalists utilize immigration issues in Europe to seize greater control at the expense of the individual.
The cost of living in most places is far out of reach for households making the federal minimum wage.
As every good general knows, the key to a successful campaign is to so weaken the opponent so “he” is no longer able to fight. In our war, there are so few opponents (approx. 7000 of us per opponent) that they would have no chance whatsoever to maintain their dictatorship if we acted in unison. Their principle weapon is guilt, blaming & debt, which they brandish so effectively by fomenting fights among us facilitated by the media they control.