Ford plans to eventually shift all North American small-car
production from the U. S. to Mexico, CEO Mark Fields told investors
Tuesday, even though the company's production investments in Mexico have
become a lightning rod for controversy in the presidential election.
Senator Chuck Schumer of New York recently let the mask
slip. He recently conceded that the main reason the Democrats want to
retain the power of the presidency is to transform the U. S.
Like a lame wildebeest on the Serengeti, Hillary Clintonâ€™s illness is attracting the attention of those who see opportunity. Make no mistake: the Clintons, for all the superficial unity the Democrats bludgeon each other into, have sparked a lot of resentment and made a lot of enemies over the years.
On top of that, there is a legitimate case to be made that the specter of losing to Trump is scary enough that For the Good of the Party, the DNC should meet in private and dump her.
He told Mr Rose: â€œWell if it is, itâ€™s a mystery to me and all of her doctors, because frequently - well not frequently, rarely - but on more than one occasion, over the last many, many years, the same sort of thing happened to her when she got severely dehydrated.
"Sheâ€™s worked like a demon, as you know, as secretary of State, as a senator and in the year since. "
But, when the CBS Evening News broadcast the first look at the footage, the segment had cut out Mr Clinton's description of Hillary's fainting fits as "frequently".
A Democratic megadonor told Colin Powell that Hillary Clinton â€œHATESâ€ President Obama for beating her for the 2008 nomination, and she dismissively referred to him as â€œthat man,â€ according to emails hacked from the generalâ€™s account.
Corporate financier Jeffrey Leeds depicted Clinton as a sore loser set on revenge in the emails, which were obtained by The Intercept, and claimed Clinton is terrified she might lose again.
â€œI think Hillary canâ€™t believe she might not make it,â€ Leeds wrote to Powell in March 2015.
GWU Battleground Poll published on September 9 shows Donald Trump a
clear path to victory: win the conservative vote. The data in this poll
has been consistent over the last two decades, and the data in the
latest poll is no different. The overwhelming majority of Americans are
Letâ€™s be clear. She may indeed have pneumonia. She may well have
suffered from â€œoverheatingâ€ and â€œdehydrationâ€ as her doctor later
According to the media, Tim Kaine
took a life transforming "mission" trip to Latin America in 1980.
Conveniently left out of these stories, are the radical reality of the
Cold War in Latin America and Tim Kaine's Soviet sympathizing mentors.
In fact, whatever Kaine's intentions, he more likely met Karl Marx than
Jesus Christ while there.
the document, OSJI argues that international regulation of the
Internet is needed to protect freedom of expression.
freedom of expression work furthers the free exchange of information
and ideas via the media and internet, and proposes to begin to
address the free expression and association rights of NGOs. The
internet has been a key tool for promoting freedom of expression
and open societies â€” as in the Arab Spring â€” and is a potential
safeguard against monopoly control of information in such places
as China and Central Asia,â€ page 19 of the document notes.
The Obama administration just implemented a new regulatory change that has sent the entire firearms industry into a tailspin overnight.
A key ingredient necessary for making gunpowder has been re-classified as a high explosive, making it illegal for any company within the industry to transport or store it as they have for decades.
It all stems from how the ATF regulates a chemical compound known as nitrocellulose.
That opposition has extended into new and uncharted territory. In the coordinated effort to stop a dangerous candidate from obtaining, to use Rutenbergâ€™s breathless description of the stakes, â€œcontrol of the United States nuclear codes,â€ the mainstream media has taken not just to bashing Trump but to extracting a price even from those who support him.
Pollsters are debating whether Donald Trumpâ€™s â€œsilent majorityâ€ of voters exists, and are scrambling to make sure that their surveys reflect the opinions of voters who might not ordinarily be included in opinion polls.