There are so many candidates. But the people included here stand out in their various areas of nefarious behavior: warmaking, tax avoidance, consumer gouging, environmental destruction, and criminal arrogance.
While secretive super PACs are dishing out millions of dollars to back various presidential candidates, Bernie Sanders' campaign has raised its money from ordinary Americans. Isn't that the way democracy ought to be?
“If we are a nation “of laws, not of men” (as that old basic description of democracy phrased it), then Ms. Clinton will be prosecuted, at least through the grand jury stage, on (at least) those grounds.”
He is the epitome of unprincipled power. History will not treat him kindly.
According to documents released by whistleblower Edward Snowden, it's confirmed that the National Security Agency is converting people’s private phone conversations into searchable text. But isn' this a violation of American's human rights?
The potential gains from allowing the economy to continue to grow and for the unemployment rate to drop further are enormous.
Keeping successful programs for people in poverty is the only way to secure their survival during the Trump era.
It only takes three Republican senators to stop it.
Republicans have advanced a number of arguments to defend their position. None of them hold up to scrutiny.
The Senate Finance Committee responsible for the decision has a long history with Big Pharma.