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“You’ve Got to Cozy Up”: More Politicians Admitting That Money Controls Politics – The Intercept

Three weeks ago we posted a collection of quotes from politicians acknowledging a apparent existence that income has a outrageous impact on what they do, and asked anyone with some-more examples to send them to me. You unequivocally came through. Here ...

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Donald Trump’s surprisingly savvy research of American politics

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Donald Trump stands during a microphone as he prepares to pronounce to a media after nearing in his personal helicopter nearby a Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines, Iowa, U.S., on Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015. (Daniel Acker/Bloomberg) DES MOINES, Iowa ...

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Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Plenty of politics popping in a dog days of …

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We’re in a dog days of summer, though copiousness of politics are popping. Our insights are value what we pay, so here’s about a nickel’s worth. What are a dynamics behind Jackie Biskupski’s considerable primary choosing win, and will she ...

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Indian Politics Trip Up Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Overhaul Agenda

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NEW DELHI—Political realities are putting a brakes on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s skeleton for mercantile revitalization 15 months after Indian electorate gave him an strenuous charge for change. After scarcely a month of narrow-minded bickering, lawmakers finished a parliamentary event ...

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Why US politics competence be headed for a four-party moment

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If anything’s consistent in American domestic life, it’s a fast two-party system, jostled spasmodic by third-party presidential challengers such as Ross Perot in 1992 and 1996 or Theodore Roosevelt in 1912. Yet, some-more rarely, during times of impassioned domestic flux, ...

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Gun-violence play banishes politics

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“One in a Chamber” is a play that has something to contend nonetheless feels a theatre is an inapt place to contend it. Marja-Lewis Ryan’s book simply wants to mangle your heart over an random sharpened in that a 10-year-old ...

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Donald Trump’s Surprisingly Honest Lessons About Big Money in Politics

It’s no tip that Donald Trump is rich. And it’s no warn that income influences politics. But few domestic possibilities — let alone presidential contenders — pronounce about it with as many fairness and honesty as Donald Trump. Over a ...

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Slouching Towards Politics: What Jon Stewart Has Spawned

You competence cruise that possibly one watched Thursday night’s GOP Presidential Debate or a final part of Jon Stewart hosting The Daily Show serves as a permitted litmus exam for domestic orientation. Nope. Not in my case, during least. Not ...

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Trump ends attribute with longtime domestic confidant Roger Stone

ATLANTA — Republican presidential claimant Donald Trump has finished his attribute with Roger Stone, his longest-serving domestic confidant and a argumentative consultant, and says that he is relocating fast to approximate himself “only with a best people” as his 2016 discuss ...

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Politics In The Classroom: How Much Is Too Much?

i The Confederate flag. The Supreme Court statute on happy marriage. Policing minority communities. Nuclear weapons and Iran. Summer mostly brings a peace in a news, yet not this year. And, come September, students are going to wish to speak ...

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