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Daily Archives: April 24, 2016

Sanders Rallies Baltimore Crowd With Talk of Criminal Justice Reform

Bernie Sanders wooed a Baltimore crowd by promising to “bring justice back to the criminal justice system” on Saturday. “How does it happen, that in the richest country in the history of the world we have 2.2 million people in … Read More

Sanders: Unlike Clinton, I Never Bought the Case for the Iraq War

Bernie Sanders criticized Hillary Clinton on Saturday for her role in voting in the Iraq War. “Secretary Clinton and I have a strong difference of opinion regarding foreign policy,” Sanders said at a rally in Baltimore. “The most important foreign … Read More

De Blasio Accused of ‘Willful and Flagrant’ Campaign Violations

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio could face potential legal trouble for “willful and flagrant” fundraising violations. “I have determined that reasonable cause exists to believe a violation warranting criminal prosecution has taken place,” Board of Elections Chief Enforcement Officer … Read More

Sanders: I’ve Lost Because ‘Poor People Don’t Vote’

Bernie Sanders is starting to come to terms with reality and is now blaming poor people for his poor performance at the polls. “Well, because poor people don’t vote. I mean, that’s just a fact. That’s a sad reality of American … Read More

Charles Koch: ‘It’s Possible’ Clinton Would Be Better President Than a Republican

You know the Republican candidates are terrible when Charles Koch suggests that Hillary Clinton may be a better choice than them. “It’s possible. It’s possible,” Koch said in an interview with ABC that will air in full on Sunday’s “This … Read More

Country’s Oldest African-American Newspaper Endorses Sanders

The oldest African-American newspaper in the United States, the Philadelphia Tribune, has officially endorsed Bernie Sanders. “Sanders offers an inspiring message and bold vision for America without the excessive baggage of Clinton, which is why Sanders is our choice for president … Read More