Judy Elliott on September 18, 2015
Hillary Clinton responded - briefly - to questions about nuclear weapons modernization and the military industrial complex. She agreed we have to find a way to rid the world of nuclear weapons and said she would start a high-level commission to study how to make weapons procurement decisions more resistant to the political influence of weapons makers. Read More
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Judy Elliott on September 16, 2015
Lincoln Chafee opposes nuclear weapons modernization and says we should go back to negotiations for nuclear reductions. Read More
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John Lindsay-Poland on September 16, 2015

Lockheed Martin, Oshkosh, AM General, and Textron are among the corporations profiting off deadly conflict in Mexico.  While the war is purportedly between the state and drug traffickers, Mexican police, military and civilian institutions are deeply involved in protecting drug trafficking organizations, and many of those killed, tortured, or disappeared are Mexican and Central American families who have nothing to do with the drugs trade. European and U.S. governments and arms producers are well aware of the Mexican government’s involvement in widespread abuses, which is well documented, but the weapons keep flowing.

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John on September 15, 2015
Lincoln Chafee says he would stop the current $1 trillion nuclear modernization program and live up to US obligations to negotiate under the Non Proliferation Treaty. Read More
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Will Thomas on September 15, 2015
Governor Christie appears to support "modernization" of US nuclear weapons, but is skeptical about the trillion dollar price tag. Read More
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Hector Salamanca Arroyo on September 10, 2015
In Muscatine, IA Senator Sanders stated he is currently working on introducing legislation to "...make sure private corporations are not in the business of running and building jails." Read More
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Judy Elliott on September 07, 2015
Lindsay Graham told me he supports plans to spend huge sums of money on nuclear weapons to assure they are reliable. Read More
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Arnie Alpert on September 6, 2015
Scott Walker faced questions on nuclear weapons, the influence of the military industrial complex, and for-profit incarceration of immigrants outside a country store in a rural New Hampshire town. His answers left a bit to be desired. Read More
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Kathleen McQuillen on September 05, 2015
O'Malley calls for more openness and transparency in our Defense budget when asked about the Obama's administration $1 trillion nuclear weapons plan and how to stop governing under the influence of the weapons industry for private profit. Read More
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Muriel on September 04, 2015
Jeb Bush called for more transparency to dilute the influence of Pentagon contractors, then called for stronger military forces abroad. But he did talk about abuses associated with money and lobbyists. Read More
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