As David Koch retires, his lesser-known relatives seem (mostly) uninterested in replacing him.
The ad focuses on the average contribution to Sanders' campaign as a contrast to the high dollar events Clinton will attend this weekend.
To me, all of these questions stem from the fact that Hillary supporters assume that they and Bernie supporters are fundamentally on the same team. Doesn't the fundamental rule of "The enemy of my enemy is my friend" still apply?
Party crashing--or gate-crashing, as it is sometimes called--is an art form that I stumbled upon as a teen. I taught myself how to finagle into any event, anywhere, anytime.
Bernie Sanders Won't Accept Money From Billionaires. Donald Trump Donated $100,000 to Hillary Clinton.
Bernie Sanders doesn't need the money of billionaires, since most likely they'd be 'wasting' money on donating to his campaign. After all, Sanders is quoted in the Washington Post as saying things that no other politician in America would dare utter during an election cycle.
The Obama policy, however, proved easier to tout than to execute. On several occasions, money from lobbyists did make it
Still, political strategists say Clinton could struggle to raise money among Wall Street financiers who worry that Democrats
If you are wondering why a pipeline that would create fewer jobs than a new McDonalds is the number one priority of what used to be known as "the world's greatest deliberative body," you are not alone. The answer, unsurprisingly, has everything to do with money.
The campaign finance deregulation policy rider to the spending legislation signed by the president is a final recognition by politicians of both parties that nothing will be done to prevent or even slow down the seemingly unstoppable march toward even more money in American politics.
ALS is referred to as an "orphan disease," meaning people don't know what it is (unlike cancer and heart disease). That equates to a disease that's underfunded and under-researched.
"As an appearance matter, you want to leave a little distance between a contribution and a meeting so it doesn't look like
Websites for Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-Ariz.) and Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) have URLs that appear to be in support of the
Rauner still refuses to explain with any specificity his role and that of his former firm in the nursing home industry.
LCV's press secretary Jeff Gohringer said that the group has not asked a politician for a refund before, at least not that