Tag: Hillary Clinton

The Dismissed DNC Fraud Lawsuit Explained

Over the past year, there has been a group of Bernie Sander’s supporters fighting a class action lawsuit against the Democratic National Committee (DNC), alleging that the DNC had committed fraud by taking donations in a “rigged” primary battle. Part of the lawsuit claimed that the DNC illegally favored Democratic presidential nominee Hillary…

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Chatter Episode 4 – Denis Campbell On Theresa May’s Fate and Trump’s Approval Ratings

Welcome to another episode of Chatter, an interview podcast from The Jist with Josh Hamilton. On today’s show, we are talking to Denis Campbell, editor of UK Progressive and one of the hosts of The Three Muckrakers podcast. He is here to discuss Theresa May’s fate, the potential US-UK trade deal, Democratic Party infighting,…

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The GOP Are Falling At The Final Hurdle

The GOP are reaching the pinnacle of the decades-long plan to take control of US government and its institutions. Having successfully taken over the federal legislature through a combination of gerrymandering, alleged voter suppression, and the leveraging of partisan politics, the Republican party have captured 32 state legislatures and (as of this week)…

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The “Better Deal” Is A Turning Point For The Democratic Party

After the shock loss to Donald Trump in November of last year and a string of special elections where they have failed to get over the line, the Democrats, led by Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, and the DNC, are preparing to launch their brand new economic platform; the “Better Deal”. The party has…

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Music Is Still A Powerful Political Tool

There are many who believe that the role of a musician is to entertain, certainly not to get involved in politics. They see artists such as Beyoncé, Katy Perry, and Pharrell Williams publicly endorsing Hillary Clinton in last year’s US Presidential Election and groan. It is true that often musicians try and use…

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What Is The Amygdala?

The expansion and evolution of our brains can be likened to the growth of villages into vast sprawling cities over hundreds of years. We started with a few houses, slowly building up and out as we needed more housing or more services, connecting the different parts of our cities with highways, and building…

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