Help for Drug Cost May Be On The Way

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Vox “There’s very little bidding on drugs,” Trump said in his opening remarks. “We’re the largest buyer of drugs in the world. And yet we don’t bid properly. We’re going to start bidding.” What Trump seems to be talking about … Continue reading →

Here’s how unions endorse candidates

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By BERRY CRAIG The union-haters would have John and Jane Q Citizen believe that “rich union bosses” shut rank-and-file union members out of the all-important candidate endorsement process. They paint a picture of a bunch of old, paunchy, bald-headed guys … Continue reading →

Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard: Why I’m Endorsing Bernie Sanders

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Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard: “Aloha. I’m Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard. As a veteran of two Middle East deployments, I know firsthand the cost of war. I know how important it is that our commander-in-chief has the sound judgment required ….. to know … Continue reading →

Pro-RTW group raises ‘state sovereignty’ cry over judge’s ruling

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By BERRY CRAIG AFT Local 1360 Predictably, the union-busters are in high dudgeon over Federal District Judge David Hale’s ruling that, in effect, invalidated a dozen county “right to work” ordinances in Kentucky. One of those conservative, anti-union groups griped that … Continue reading →

Bernie Sanders Media Blackout: It’s Not Just In America.

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I Grew Up In America For those who rightfully claim that there is a mainstream media blackout of Bernie Sanders in the United States they are underestimating the issue. There has been media blackout here in Europe too. The BBC … Continue reading →