As the race for the White House continues to ramp up, the Democratic primary appears to have split fairly cleanly between two camps. The more moderate candidates -- led by Former Vice President Joe Biden -- form one contingent, and the self-described “progressives” -- championed by Sen. Elizabeth Warren(D-Mass.) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) -- form the other. While the moderate candidates have mostly stuck with a more traditional democratic platform, Warren and Sanders have led a significant portion of the caucus into a headlong plunge off the deep end.
Democratic presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are playing “Dueling Banjos” in the race to present their greatest Tax Hike Hits to the American public. Their current tunes are not only threatens seniors’ income but threaten all of our retirement savings. This means our future retirement security is in danger and too many people do not know it.
Has the use of fossil fuels increased the amounts of carbon dioxide and created an existential threat to planet earth? Ivan Pentchoukov of The Epoch Times reports that Petteri Taalas - Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization - says, “No.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) recent attacks on FCC Chairman Ajit Pai for repealing burdensome federal regulations in order to expand rural broadband access, Adam Brandon, FreedomWorks President, commented:
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An issue that has a tendency to come into the public consciousness from time to time is bringing back Glass-Steagall. Initially repealed in 1999 by the Financial Services Modernization Act, primarily known as the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act, the law that separated commercial and investment banking has received renewed support with both party platforms during last year’s presidential election calling for it to be reinstated.
Democrats have long railed against monopolistic practices in the market place. Indeed the bedrock of the early progressive movement was busting up monopolies and taking big businesses to court. Few political movements have done battle with well-established business interests as effectively as the early progressives.