Smackdown on the working classes,
Clampdown on the streets,
And then you wonder,
Why we despise the elites,
Cuts, Cuts, Cuts,
Rebuffs, Rebuffs, Rebuffs,
Bust, Bust, Bust, 45 more words
Just because the old adage of “You can always tell when a politician is lying because their lips are moving” has technically become outdated in the age of social media (assuming they are capable of typing without moving their lips – a trick I’m not convinced all of them can pull off, truth be told), doesn’t make the core idea of the adage any less valid.
Thursday 28th June, 5pm-7pm
Exchange and discussion following round-the-table news from all present.
Venue: The Community Hub room, Level 4, John Lewis, Birmingham Grand Central Railway Station aka New Street Station. 37 more words
At this quarter’s CFFSB Luncheon we had our very first repeat speaker!
“A man of intelligence and stamina” as he terms himself, none other than ex-president William Jefferson Clinton! 171 more words
Louisiana’s campaign finance reports can be very revealing—and awfully embarrassing—when certain contributors are linked to business relationships with the candidate.
And just as eye-opening can be an accounting of how campaign funds are spent. 961 more words
It has been more than a month since UMNO’s disastrous show in its history of general elections. Although as an individual party UMNO has the most number of parliamentary seats won, it effectively controls two states – a far cry from the grand old party it once was. 1,339 more words