Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton isn’t expected to hold any town hall events when she hits New Hampshire today, but Granite State voters have plenty of questions they’d like to put to the Democratic presidential front-runner anyway.
“I’d ask her what she’s done that we should be proud of her and want her as our president?” said Candy Nazzaro, one of a number of New Hampshire voters randomly approached by the Herald yesterday in Salem. “Because I don’t think she’s done anything but lie.
”Nazzaro rattled off a list of grievances, including the Benghazi and Clinton Foundation donation scandals, as well as the nation’s growing debt and dwindling Christian values in America. Clinton has come under fire for dodging press questions on the controversies.
Source: Boston Herald
This week’s oil spill in California has become a springboard for environmental groups to attack the oil industry, with calls ranging from a ban on fracking in the Golden State to a halt to drilling in the far-flung Arctic.
The unprecedented public debate about trade deal contrasts with the one-sided fight over NAFTA
Source: Al Jazeera America
On “Hardball,” Michael Morell concedes the Bush administration misled the nation into the Iraq War.
The National Security Agency, working with international surveillance bodies, developed plans to infiltrate popular online app stores so it could covertly install malware on scores of smartphones.
“It represents a sea change from a few years ago.”
At least someone in Congress is standing up for our Constitution.
The group, Priorities USA Action, supported Obama’s 2012 reelection and it’s now aiding Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential bid
Six police officers have been indicted in the death of Freddie Gray, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby said Thursday.
He’s defending the Patriot Act.
Jeb Bush says there’s ‘not a shred of evidence’ NSA surveillance violated civil liberties
Standing guard at his frontline post, Libyan soldier Mohammed Abu Shager can see where Islamic State militants are holed up with their heavy weaponry less than a kilometer away.The…
How is this happening? After all that money and lives spent fighting terrorism? Not to mention all that NSA spying.
A Chinese university denied on Thursday U.S. espionage charges filed against three of its staff who are among six Chinese people the United States has accused of stealing technology often used in military systems.
Employees chant ‘We work, we sweat, put $15 in our cheque’ in biggest protest by low-wage workers as board faces angry shareholders inside closed meetings
The administration has undermined the public trust in its campaign to pass Trans-Pacific Partnership yet again.
The Clintons’ wealth is derived from an army of corporations that benefited from the laws the couple passed.
You heard right, Senator Reid called President Obama, a fellow Democrat, insane for support for the TPP mess.
Read the full article and more on the unAmerican TPP trade deal here.
Many environmental groups see some of the conservation victories the administration claims in its report as ecological calamities. The U.S. trade agreement with Peru, in particular, has been pilloried by environmentalists who argue that neither government has effectively enforced the deal’s conservation tenets. And while the administration cites its efforts in Peru approvingly in its new report, the Government Accountability Office issued its own analysis in November detailing weak enforcement in the Peru deal. While the pact included robust protections against the illegal logging of the Amazon rainforest, such activities have persisted with impunity since the deal’s enactment.
Source: Huffington Post
Laureano Márquez is not just a comedian. A political scientist by training, he uses his act to unmask the absurdity of the Venezuelan regime.
Her majesty Hillary Clinton has finally decided to answer questions. Even the fawning press got tired of her contempt for them. She has plenty to hide. And that’s why she was hiding. But she could do that for so long.
The scandals just keep coming. And they all can’t be explained away:
Every day that the attorney general fails to prosecute wrongdoing in the CIA detention program increases the likelihood that our government will torture again.
Titled the “College for All Act,” the bill would eliminate the $70 billion dollar tuition costs at all 4-year public colleges and universities.