Corporations

By: Arnie Alpert on August 5, 2015

Big corporations stand to make billions of dollars from a new generation of nuclear weapons and the missiles, bombers, and submarines that would deliver them to their targets.  

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By: Elizabeth on August 4, 2015
Scott Walker at Theo's Pizza
I asked Scott Walker about what we can do to ensure our foreign policy reflects the interests of people and not corporations. He deflected the question and spoke about keeping our troops safe. I brought the conversation to restaurant patrons and news reporters.
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By: Judy Elliott on August 3, 2015
Rick Santorum said we need to modernize our nuclear weapons and resume testing so that we can be assured they will work. He also acknowledged problems with an election system dominated by billionaires and suggested that deregulating energy production would be a way to reduce corporate cronyism.
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By: Olivia Zink on July 31, 2015
Bernie Sanders cites Eisenhower's warning about the power of the Military Industrial Complex and calls for the end to the revolving door between high military offices and jobs lobbying for corporations that make weapons.
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By: Arnie Alpert on July 31, 2015

People power can overcome corporate power, end the "Governing under the Influence" system, and reduce the power of the military-industrial complex.  That was the message delivered by Arnie Alpert at the Stamp Stampede rally in front of the NH State House on July 30, 2015.  

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By: Olivia Zink on July 31, 2015
The Citizens United decision empowered billionaires and corporations to spend unlimited cash in a way that corrupts the political system, Hillary Clinton said. She also called for moving toward public funding of elections.
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By: Will Thomas on July 29, 2015
Rick Santorum at NEC Concord
When I asked Rick Santorum for his views on plans to spend a trillion dollars on a new generation of nuclear weapons, he said "investing in the nuclear program is probably a good idea." He also strongly implied the USA should resume nuclear testing.
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By: Hector Salamanca Arroyo on July 28, 2015
While visiting GUI New Hampshire, Hector was able to attend Governor Kasich's town hall meeting in the affluent town of Wolfboro, New Hampshire.
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By: Joe Bagshaw on July 23, 2015
At the Gibson Center for Senior Services in North Conway, Joe Bagshaw asked John Kasich about money in politics and corporate personhood. After initial confusion, Kasich agreed that something needs to be done so that billionaires don't get to pick who gets elected.
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By: Eric Zulaski on July 21, 2015
John Kasich at Rivier
Several bird dogs prompted John Kasich to discuss immigrant detention, money in politics, and the political influence of Pentagon contractors. He said undocumented immigrants are Americans and should not be held in detention for crossing the border; billionaires should not drive the political process; and on spending for vehicles to deploy a nuclear payload, he asked "How many nuclear weapons does it take to ruin your entire day and to destroy your whole country? Why do we need to do this?"
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