‘A penny costs 2 cents to make—the sad part is, by government standards, that’s a bargain’
President Obama's most blatant first term abuses can be struck down by the check on Presidential power by an independent judiciary.
Meandering through the articles in the New York Times can occasionally be instructive as opposed to the normal of being infuriating. The thing is that they are oblivious to how they have educated you.
Haiti may be the poorest nation in the Americas. Cuba may have the dictator with the longest lifespan. But Venezuela arguably has the worst government.
He campaigned against financial mismanagement, and the “harsh realities” of global capitalism. He pledged during his campaign to end corruption in both the government and the private sector.
Sean Penn was Hugo Chavez' guest of honor (again) last week, serving as keynote speaker at graduation ceremonies for Venezuela's Salvador Allende Medical School.
Stay Classy: Coalition To Stop Gun Violence Resorts To Harassing Law-Abiding Gun Owners | Matt Vespa
Not So Fast: Americans Still Want Obama to Seek Congressional Approval for Iran Deal | Cortney O'Brien
Donald Trump Calls Foreign Policy Questions "Gotcha Questions" in Hugh Hewitt Interview | Christine Rousselle