Selected Articles: 2016 US Elections. “Two Corrupt Establishments” Vie for the Win.
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Global Research, March 12, 2016

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Vector-Republican-Democrats-Prev-by-DragonArt1The United States Is Led by Two Corrupt Establishments

By Robert Parry, March 11 2016

The United States is led by two corrupt establishments, one Democratic and one Republican, both deeply dependent on special-interest money, both sharing a similar perspective on world affairs, and both disdainful toward the American people who are treated as objects to be manipulated, not citizens to be respected.

hillary-clinton-donald-trumpAmerican Exceptionalism Presents an Election Made in Hell

By William Blum, March 12 2016

If the American presidential election winds up with Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump, and my passport is confiscated, and I’m somehow FORCED to choose one or the other, or I’m PAID to do so, paid well … I would vote for Trump.

SandersEconomists and Financial Experts in Favor of Bernie Sanders’ Wall Street Reforms

By Martin Zeis, March 12 2016

In our view, Sen. Bernie Sanders’ plan for comprehensive financial reform is critical for avoiding another “too-big-to-fail” financial crisis.

Hillary Clinton, a katz / Shutterstock.comHillary Clinton: the Queen of Chaos and the Threat of World War III

By Diana Johnstone and Maidhc Ó’Cathail, March 12 2016

Maidhc Ó Cathail: In your latest book, you dub Hillary Clinton the “Queen of Chaos”. Can you explain why you chose this derogatory sobriquet to describe Hillary? Diana Johnstone: Libya, in a word.

Police and the lineup for the eventDonald Trump Rally in Chicago Cancelled amidst Mass Protests

By George Marlowe, March 12 2016

The Republican Party presidential front-runner Donald Trump cancelled his scheduled rally Friday night at the University of Illinois-Chicago (UIC), west of downtown Chicago, as violence and scuffles broke out inside.

Romney’s Neocon Foreign Policy PlanMitt Romney Throws Hat Toward Ring, Warns of Abyss. “If We Republicans Choose Donald Trump…”

By William Boardman, March 10 2016

Mitt Romney, former Republican candidate for president, showed up in public again on March 3 to make a non-announcement announcement of his candidacy before rambling into a semi-coherent, 18-minute speech, the main purpose of which seemed to be to attack Donald Trump – or so it was widely reported: “a detailed, thorough and lacerating assault on Mr. Trump,… a diatribe,” according to the New York Times.


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