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CLINTON CONFIRMATION: Foreign Assistance

To contrast with Sen. Jim DeMint’s (R-S.C.) question about American sovereignty, Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) swings over to the progressive side by asking
Jul 31, 2020

CLINTON CONFIRMATION: Foreign Assistance

CLINTON CONFIRMATION: Foreign Assistance

To contrast with Sen. Jim DeMint’s (R-S.C.) question about American sovereignty, Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) swings over to the progressive side by asking
To contrast with Sen. Jim DeMint’s (R-S.C.) question about American sovereignty, Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) swings over to the progressive side by asking
Jul 31, 2020

Massey Calls for Public Hearing Into Deadly Mine Blast

Massey Calls for Public Hearing Into Deadly Mine Blast

Massey Energy, the owner of the West Virginia mine where 29 miners were killed in a blast last month, has shocked its critics today, urging federal officials to
Massey Energy, the owner of the West Virginia mine where 29 miners were killed in a blast last month, has shocked its critics today, urging federal officials to
Jul 31, 2020

Small house in Tampa ground zero for mega millions in campaign donations

Small house in Tampa ground zero for mega millions in campaign donations

610 South Blvd., Tampa (Pic by Phil Bardi) A little over a year ago, no-party gubernatorial candidate Bud Chiles stood outside an off-white single-story building with a carefully manicured lawn in suburban Tampa and said , “This building behind me is ground zero for what’s wrong with Florida politics.” The building’s address: 610 South Blvd., a designation found on the financial disclosure forms of countless political committees in Florida and all over the country. The unassuming building nestled in an unassuming neighborhood is a veritable political action committee mill , churning out millions of dollars and influencing elections all over the country. The kicker: What is happening at 610 South Blvd.
610 South Blvd., Tampa (Pic by Phil Bardi) A little over a year ago, no-party gubernatorial candidate Bud Chiles stood outside an off-white single-story building with a carefully manicured lawn in suburban Tampa and said , “This building behind me is ground zero for what’s wrong with Florida politics.” The building’s address: 610 South Blvd., a designation found on the financial disclosure forms of countless political committees in Florida and all over the country. The unassuming building nestled in an unassuming neighborhood is a veritable political action committee mill , churning out millions of dollars and influencing elections all over the country. The kicker: What is happening at 610 South Blvd.
Jul 31, 2020
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