Congressman Ted Lieu introduced the No Money Bail Act of 2016, which prohibits the payment of money as a condition of pretrial release.
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii announced Sunday that she will resign as vice-chair of the Democratic National Committee and endorse Bernie Sanders for president.
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by Scott Creighton
How does that happen?
Let’s make this clear right off the bat: Sanders won the Iowa caucus and the co-chair of the Iowa Democratic Party, a woman who headed up Hillary’s campaign in that state back in 2008 and hates Bernie’s single-payer healthcare plan, stole the state for her hero, Hillary Clinton. That’s a fact. Get used to it.
So yes, Bernie actually won the first two states in the race for the Democratic Party nomination and may be poised to win the Nevada caucus if Hillary’s desperation “push polling” move is any indication.
Yet, Bernie trails Hillary in the delegate count right now by an astronomical percentage. How the hell does that happen?
Oh yeah… superdelegates.
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has promised to surround the country with security fences in order to protect the nation from what he termed “wild beasts.”
The Israeli leader used the typically dehumanizing rhetoric on an official tour to Israel’s eastern border, where a security barrier is currently being erected.
“Will we surround all of the state of Israel with fences and barriers? The answer is yes. In the area that we live in, we must defend ourselves against the wild beasts,” Netanyahu said.
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