Russia Today is running a very aggressive advertising campaign on DC buses. A large banner asks "what happens when you don't have a second opinion" with a very sinsiter picture of Colin Powell holding the infamous vial, and another banner saying "get a second opinion" RT,com.
Clearly Putin has learned from Radio Liberty and Voice of America and wants to give us a taste of our own medicine. Personally, I am all for it. Read more about Transit Advertising
Please join KLRU’s Overheard with Evan Smith for an interview with Senator Bernie Sanders on April 2 at 8:45am in KLRU’s Studio 6A (map). Doors open at 8:15am. The event is free but an RSVP is required. Read more about Anyone here from Austin?
House Republicans are set to unveil a budget on Tuesday morning that will reportedly slice over a hundred billion dollars out of the food stamps program over the coming decade.
Clearly the current Director of the FBI does not take violence against women seriously.
Clark is the congresswoman for Brianna Wu, the Boston-based game developer who's been relentlessly trolled for months by Gamergaters. Clark's office, she says, has been "watching Gamergate unfold" for several months.
The email sent to Clinton and senior officials at State shows that numerous people were aware that Clinton used a private email account. According to an Associated Press report, however, the White House Counsel's office did not know Clinton used a personal email account. Nor did a congressional committee investigating the Benghazi attacks, which obtained several hundred of her emails last month.
Solutions can't happen, Sanders said, until progressive Americans turn out en masse to participate in the political process. He lamented turnouts for the 2014 midterms, in which only 36 percent of registered voters went to polls.