"Riders from the Republican leadership are a way to manipulate the rules in favor of the wealthy few and big corporations."
The "reassignment" to a different position smelled like retribution for the outspoken principal's public criticism of the Chicago mayor.
Said Clinton, "We will unify our party to win this election; no matter if you support me or Sanders, there is much more that unites us than divides us."
Her acceptability and in some cases support by right wing extremism was exposed in the media on Sunday, but such support for Clinton is not entirely new.
On Tax Day, protesters were staging a press conference with the latest attempt at temporary housing for the homeless.
We can't even talk about immigration without first addressing why people leave their home countries and begin a dangerous journey to the U.S.
Meanwhile, the lead content of Flint water remains way above safe levels, and people are forced to use bottled water for drinking.
As one activist said, "there is a time to write letters, a time to meet, and when all else fails, a time to take to the streets."
Due to voters' wariness of Wall Street 'elites', it comes as no surprise that there exists support for the elimination of corporate personhood.
Even without list purges, New York State makes it difficult for people to vote, especially in primaries.