Makes sense. The Democratic Party belongs to the 1 percent, after all. So why shouldn’t the wealthy decide which way the party should go:
Internet entrepreneurs Mark Pincus and Reid Hoffman have started a political “network” to rethink the Democratic Party and push it “more in touch with mainstream America” following President Donald Trump’s election. Pincus, the co-founder of Zynga, and …
Donald Trump didn’t exactly earn a unanimously warm welcome during his first trip to Europe as president in May. To ensure that his second visit starts off on a far more positive note this week, considerable measures are being taken, including those …
Source: Trump Will Have Buses of Supporters Sent to His Speech in Poland, Utilizing Communist Party Tactics
Out-of-state labor unions, open primary advocacy groups, national payday lenders and Americans for Prosperity, the primary political arm of the Koch brothers, each spent hundreds of thousands of dollars supporting or opposing issues on last year’s ballot.
Source: Lawmaker looks to out big-money donors
She refuses to go away. Hillary is stillfdelusional enough to believe she will win a nomination a third straight time. Democrats are not that stupid.
Hillary Clinton fired off a shot at the Republican National Committee Wednesday by tweeting out a link to her presidential campaign website. The RNC tweeted at several Democrats, including Clinton, and asked them about the nation’s healthcare debate.