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Jill Stein bad mouths Bernie

By Kevin Knox 

When Jill Stein came to RCC, one might have expected a positive speech about what the country needs and what policies could be implemented to address those needs. 552 more words

Riverside City College

Probably why the repeal failed

Source: OpenSecrets.org

Recall these articles from last year: Washington Post, Obamacare insurance plans collapse and CNN: Aetna to pull out of most Obamacare exchanges

There has been a large reduction in insurance companies affiliated with Obamacare this enrollment period.   48 more words

Week 11 News Post: Money Follows Power

What we learned from our readings is that when people run for office, many more people love to jump on that bandwagon and donate! Most of them donate large amounts to get recognition and benefits that may come in the form of gaining influential power or at least connections to those who either already have it or soon will. 182 more words

Outside groups — mostly party establishment — playing big in GOP’s vulnerable districts


With scorching news about Donald Trump dominating the media, along with his equally blistering pushback, GOP members of Congress have had to make some tough decisions about where to position themselves vis-a-vis the top of the ticket. 2,004 more words


Liberal big money is pouring into elections


If you think campaign finance is just a right-wing billionaires’ spending spree, take another look. Liberal money has been pouring into federal elections in recent years. 1,451 more words


Trump’s tax losses, and the political power of real estate


The possibility that Donald Trump avoided paying income tax for nearly two decades has stirred debate about how, exactly, he managed to report almost $1 billion in net operating losses on his 1995 tax return. 1,957 more words


FEC challenged again to find coordination in current campaigns


New allegations that a pro-Hillary Clinton outside spending group and two that are backing Donald Trump have illegally coordinated with the candidates’ campaigns are refocusing attention on a concept that regulators have never quite nailed down. 1,556 more words