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US Presidents Should Be Subject to Conflict of Interest Laws - PETITION
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: americans, government, ethics, politics, economy, usa, president, presidential election )

Chetna
- 974 days ago - change.org
I was surprised to find out that US Presidents and Vice Presidents are not bound by the conflict of interest legislation that governs the rest of the US government - the 1978 Ethics in Government Act. This is a petition to change that
President Bernie Sanders How the Impossible Became the Inevitable
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Bernie Sanders, Presidential election, Hillary Clinton, polls, Feel The Bern, go Bernie, election 2016 )

Sheryl
- 1279 days ago - usuncut.com
Defying all the pundits and pollsters who have spent the last eight months declaring Hillary Clinton the presumptive nominee.
Suffragettes Bernie Sanders and When to Vote
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: suffragettes, Bernie Sanders, voting, not owned, Vermont, Presidential Election )

Sheryl
- 1461 days ago - commondreams.org
Nobody owns Bernie Sanders. He has made this very clear. He told the corporations that he does not want their support and advised the 1% to not vote for him because it would be against their own self-interest. The audacity the bravery the honesty!
BERNIE SANDERS IS BUILDING A 'REVOLUTION' TO CHALLENGE HILLARY CLINTON IN 2016
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Americans, Senator Bernie Sanders, Independents, 2016, presidential election, government, ethics, freedoms, democrats, republicans, politics )

Carrie
- 1740 days ago - vice.com
Bernie Sanders is angry. In fact, he's furious. He's mad about income inequality, and about the decades of economic policies and trade agreements that he says have gradually eroded the middle class. He's mad at Republicans in Washington, DC, who want...
Republicans Brace for 2016 Free-for-All
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Americans, 2016, presidential election, candidates, ethics, republicans, elections, politics )

Carrie
- 1744 days ago - politico.com
Despite the national party's best efforts, the likelihood of a bloody primary process remains as strong as ever.The sprawling, kaleidoscope-like field that's forming is already prompting GOP presidential hopefuls to knock their likely rivals privately and
Photo Released of McCain at ACORN Event
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: americans, candidates, dishonesty, mccain, elections, ethics, Govtfearmongering, lies, hypocrisy, politics, republicans, usa, john mccain, acorn, Presidential Election of 2008, presidential candidate, presidential election, presidential campaign )

Kristen
- 3927 days ago - politico.com
The beleaguered Democratic-leaning community group ACORN sends over this photograph: John McCain, in March of 2006, sitting beside Florida Rep. Kendrick Meek at an event ACORN co-sponsored in Florida. McCain was the headliner.
US November Election to Be Suspended?
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: suspend election, presidential election, bush, economic emergency )

Marion
- 3955 days ago - dprogram.net
The FSB is reporting in the Kremlin today that the Bank of England has received from the US FRB 'notice that Bush to declare an 'Economic Emergency' during the week of Oct 5 and will announce the Nov presidential election indefinitely suspended.
Commentary: Obama Wrong to Spurn Hillary, Pick Biden
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: USA, Presidential Election, presidential race, candidates, republicans, democrats, Obama, McCain, Hillary, Palin, Biden )

Kathleen
- 3964 days ago - cnn.com:80
Ed Rollins: Sen. Joe Biden was thought to be a brilliant pick by Sen. Barack Obama; Spurning Hillary Clinton opened door for John McCain to pick Palin; Palin's energized GOP like no one since Reagan; the race is even - let's here more about the issues!
Hubris Personified
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Barack Obama, presidential election, presidential campaigns, arrogance, assumptions, hubris, politics, playacting )

RC
- 4005 days ago - washingtonpost.com
Before you start screaming, please be advised that this is an OPINION PIECE. I happen to find it right on the mark. Feel free to disagree RESPECTFULLY. Comments insulting to members' opinions will be flagged.
Helping to Elect Other Democrats Has Never Been a Clinton Strong Suit
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Barack Obama, Breaking News, Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton, Presidential Election, Breaking Politics News )

Blue
- 4142 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
In the end, the contest for the Democratic presidential nomination is about whether Democrats want to go back to the nineties, or forward into the future. Remember, Hillary and Joe LIeberman; she's more Republican than Democrat.Hillary was a Republican.
   

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