Fireworks, muscle flexing, invective: the cage match that was the Republican presidential debate in Charleston, South Carolina.
The campaign has already been successful in part because of one crucial strategic move: it highlighted the way Bankia committed false advertising when it floated its stock on the market.
During the 1993 quest for a health care plan, Secretary Clinton sent Sanders an autographed picture of the two of them, wishing him the best and thanking the senator “for your commitment to real health care access for all Americans.”
"The only safe place for coal in the 21st century is deep underground—these reforms will help keep more of it there."
Though Obama campaigned against the way Washington does business, his most historic advances have been for the militarized plutocracy that he campaigned against.
According to an analysis by Politifact, Sanders' plan "Medicare for All" would cost taxpayers an average of $1200 less than they are paying now under the Affordable Care Act.
Hillary Clinton seems to be building her campaign more and more on misleading alliances and distasteful attacks.
After years of flirting with America’s right wing and egging on a growing rage, the GOP establishment is "shocked" by Trump's success -- and scrambling to save face.
“It is time for the good working stiffs of America to walk away from the 2 Party 'One Party' con job and start realizing that it is this empire that is bankrupting not only our economy but our morality as fellow humans.”
Bernie Sanders has shrunk Clinton's lead in the polls and raised over $1.4 million in campaign contributions since the "panic attacks" began.