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Jeb Bush v. Hillary Clinton: the Perfectly Illustrative Election

Glenn Greenwald writes for The Intercept:

‘Jeb Bush yesterday strongly suggested he was running for President in 2016. If he wins the GOP nomination, it is highly likely that his opponent for the presidency would be Hillary Clinton. 326 more words


'Mike Sonko' in The US. Chris Christie.

Like him or hate him. Mike Sonko is a crowd-mover, a funny character, an admirable persona and most importantly, a man of the people. His leadership methodologies are questionable in a ‘civilized society’, but it meets the dire desiderata of the common men and women, the ruled. 503 more words


Is the Bilderberg Group Picking Our Politicians?

Andrew Gavin Marshall writes:

‘When it comes to the secretive meetings of the world’s financial, corporate, political and technocratic elites at the annual Bilderberg conferences, a common criticism from conspiracy theorists and others is that the group pre-selects major politicians – choosing presidents and prime ministers in private before populations have a chance to vote themselves. 237 more words


Something About Hillary

In response to the erudite Frank Bruni this week: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/07/opinion/sunday/frank-bruni-hillary-2-0-would-be-hillary-xx.html

It is fallacious to look at Mrs. Clinton as a woman who has scaled heights unknown to other women in America all on her own terms. 228 more words


America, Beyond the Election. “Democracy, Equality and Privacy Rights are Decaying before our Eyes”

By Jack A. Smith

November 27, 2014

Global Research

The American people tend to view the Republican and Democratic parties as near polar opposites, but this is far from true. 649 more words


Why Google May Be More ‘Evil’ than the NSA: Interview with Taylor Lincoln of Public Citizen

Abby Martin speaks with Taylor Lincoln, Director of Research at Public Citizen’s Congressional Watch Division about a new report detailing how Google is invading users privacies and becoming the most powerful and influential political force in Washington.’ … 70 more words