New Hampshire

By: Arnie Alpert on November 4, 2015
O'Malley November 4
On his way into the NH State House to file his candidacy papers, Martin O'Malley stated he is against for-profit incarceration and that corporations are not people.
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By: Olivia Zink on November 4, 2015
I stood outside the Secretary of State's office before the Donald Trump filed to run in the NH Primary in Concord. I asked about spending a trillion dollars on nuclear weapons and The Donald said "the other side is spending plenty"
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By: Joe on October 18, 2015
Senator Lindsey Graham thinks a constitutional amendment is needed to get big money out of politics, but that we won't get one until after some huge scandal.
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By: Olivia Zink on October 16, 2015
Mike Huckabee told Olivia he was not aware of the immigrant detention quota. When she described it, he said "that's crazy."
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By: Will Thomas on October 15, 2015
KASICH REITERATES SUPPORT FOR OBAMA ADMINISTRATION'S PLAN TO "UP-GRADE" (MODERNIZE) AMERICA'S NUCLEAR ARSENAL
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By: Eric Zulaski on October 14, 2015
Veteran asks Clinton about Pentagon contractor influence
On the Today Show, Iraq War veteran asked Secretary Clinton about the political influence of the military-industrial complex. Clinton focused her response on her vote to go to war in Iraq and that she believes diplomacy is better than war.
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By: Arnie Alpert on October 14, 2015
On Dwight Eisenhower's birthday, Rev. Dwight Haynes asked Jeb Bush if he is heeding the former president's warning about the "military industrial complex." Bush expressed concern about wasteful spending, but as the Concord Monitor reported, that didn't go far enough for Dwight Haynes.
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By: Judy Elliott on October 13, 2015
John Kasich says he probably won't increase waiting period for retired military officers to become lobbyists. He also says he's not influenced by lobbyists. What I wonder is, if public officials are immune from lobbying, why did the defense sector spent $128 million on it in 2014? And why do Pentagon contractors go to such lengths to hire retired generals?
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By: Arnie Alpert on October 10, 2015
Neither Senator Lindsey Graham nor his friend, Senator John McCain, are aware of a budget provision that requires 34,000 "detention beds" for incarcerated immigrants. Senator McCain also professed no knowledge of for-profit immigrant detention centers in his home state, Arizona.
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By: Connie on October 7, 2015
Marco Rubio
Asked about the increasing influence of corporations and wealthy donors in the wake of the Citizens United decision, Marco Rubio equated campaign donations with free speech.
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