To placate the Chinese government, President Obama's meeting this week with his holiness the Dalai Lama, was canceled. In 2007, against China's wishes, Bush became the first US President in office to meet in public with the Dalai Lama. At...
In a singular moment, and with an honest, from the gut comment, Helen Thomas codified, that which I hope all politicians feel, when they so glibly say they are acting in the best interest of the American people.From todays Washington...
Roberts court had decided to take the case about who should be counted in a district for size. It has never been ruled upon whether a district should just count eligible voters equally among districts or should all be counted including immigrants and prisoners. If all is counted then that will move the power to the rural areas that are mostly older and conservative according to the author.
I am sure they will rule what ever keeps the GOP in power at the state and House levels. It is something to watch for.
Until recently, most presidential candidates have pretended that they aren’t beholden to the donors who finance their campaigns. For the 2016 race, however, the GOP’s candidates aren’t even hiding the fact that they want to be sold to the highest bidder. Their primary really is dominated by a handful of billionaires, with the candidates hoping to win all-important “auditions” with big-money funders like the Kochs and the Adelsons, who will collectively spend over $1 billion on the campaign.
Over the last half-century, affluent Americans have turned out to vote at significantly higher rates than lower-income Americans. Yet, the expert consensus on this issue has been that income-related voting gaps are not consequential. new evidence casts significant doubt on the idea that class bias in our electorate isn’t important. Most important, non-voters tend to be much more liberal in their economic policy views compared to voters.
Besides their own, they of course can handle any other electric cars that appear on the market. Amazon first-mover advantage... And as mass transit makes more sense in Europe vs. the US, electric cars also fit the high fuel cost/shorter distance/more densely populated landscape.