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Hillary Clinton’s Weak Campaign Finance “Pillar”

By Rob Hager | CounterPunch | April 18, 2015

Hillary Clinton was widely quoted telling a handful of Iowans on April 14: “We need to fix our dysfunctional political system and get unaccountable money out of it once and for all — even if it takes a constitutional amendment.” The…

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Deception

U.S. invasion exposed by British press

The Daily Mail reveals shocking images from cameras on the Texas-Mexico border capturing a steady stream of illegal aliens sneaking into the United States with packages of drugs and guns. 177 more words

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Hillary: a Disaster in the Making

By Robert Fantina | CounterPunch | April 17, 2015

One longs for a candidate for president of the United States possessing those rare traits of statesmanship, honesty and integrity.

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Despite $300 Million/6 Year "Optimism" Campaign Army Morale Is In The Dumper

Army Morale Low Despite 6-Year, $287M Optimism Program

” More than half of some 770,000 soldiers are pessimistic about their future in the military and nearly as many are unhappy in their jobs, despite a six-year, $287 million campaign to make troops more optimistic and resilient, findings obtained by USA TODAY show.

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Corruption

Prez candidates vie for deprived, minority status

Tea and crumpets lose out to tortillas, chitlins, latkes, and fry bread

Among 2016 American office seekers a new absurdity is taking hold.  It has suddenly become déclassé to be white or privileged. 472 more words

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Israel cheers as Obama retreats before Congress on Iran deal

RT | April 15, 2015

Israel said it is pleased with a compromise bill being floated on the Hill, which would give US legislators oversight in the Iran nuclear deal.

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Zionism

JOY OH JOY, HILLARY IS RUNNING

By John Chuckman | Aletho News | April 13, 2015

Yes, there is still bias “out there,” as some have written, about an American woman running for President, but I do not believe the bias is decisive: after all, America has broken what surely was its fiercest taboo with the election of a black man, twice.

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