Many of the companies in the complaint are related to Brad Pascale, Trump's former campaign manager.
The story just keeps getting more gross
More proof he is a man woefully unfit for this office. Why bother? No one can criticize a non-existent budget.
No distended bellies or people dropping in the street? No hunger problem here!
A higher percentage of American kids lived in poverty last year than in 1965.
Last week, Forbes blogger Rick Ungar admitted Obamacare was keeping rates down. This week, Forbes blogger Avik Roy lied to readers about rates doubling.
Think of it as the story of two antagonists. One of them was an honest Senator who came to Washington to fight corruption. The other is an arrogant banker who's so sure of his untouchability that he wore "FBI" cufflinks when he made a public
The Young Turks Cenk Uygur with some follow up to the story Karoli wrote earlier this week, on the CEO's having fits over Obamacare -- Papa John’s owner can afford a turntable for his limousines, ‘but he doesn’t have enough money for health
According to Forbes, the richest 400 Americans’ net worth increased 13 percent in 2012 to $1.7 trillion. The average net worth of the group was also up to a record $4.2 billion, and collectively they make up the equivalent of one-eighth of the U.S. economy.
I think I'm supposed to take something away from this segment. Something like the idea that poor people shouldn't eat pie. Or cookies. At least, not if they're made by this lady, who stomped her tiny little hoof and forbade those food stamp baddies
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