Would you get free tuition under Hillary Clinton?

Andrew Cummings
August 14, 2016

Trump had that level of support earlier this season, leading Clinton among white Catholics by 64 percent to 28 percent when he wrapped up his nomination victory in May.

The Iowa Democratic Party secured a number of high-profile speakers for the Iowa delegation including the honorable Tom Vilsack and U.S. Sen.

White Catholics who are registered to vote split 51-45 percent between Clinton and Donald Trump in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll, reversing their preference - 54-35 percent, Trump-Clinton - in July. So I think we have to take a hard look at it ...

In an official fundraising email sent Tuesday, the now defunct campaign of Bernie Sanders is soliciting new campaign contributions for the primary challenger to his nemesis, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the former chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee. The remainder of the state's 42 delegates supported Hillary Clinton, who clinched the presidential nomination to become the first woman in US history to be nominated for president by a major party.


So, if the defeat of Trump has never been paramount for Clinton and the Democratic establishment, what should that tell the rest of us?

"I did, yes, I'd like her to win on the Democratic side, Rudy to win on the Republican side", he said.

State Rep. Frank Hornstein (DFL-61A) and Florkime Paye also served as delegates for Sanders, but have since pledged support for Clinton.

A significant percentage of black pastors are willing to risk serious fines to advocate for Hillary Clinton. Vilsack, abandoned on the doorstep of a Catholic orphanage who rose to become Secretary of Agriculture, reminded us America is still great and the land of opportunity.


About the only thing that Hillary Clinton has shown consistency in besides her ambition to be president is her capacity to raise money from fat cats.

The Clinton campaign accused Russia of being involved in the hacked emails (1), claiming Russian hackers stole the DNC emails and published them as a means of creating tension in the Democratic Party and to help assist Trump in the race to the White House. So, Democratic Party, prior to Election Day-because I don't trust you will keep your commitment afterward-start getting those checks in the mail to the most desperate student-loan debtors. He needed to in order to try and unify the party. I know there are other people out there to vote for, for instance Jill Stein. Just 22 percent say they're satisfied with a choice of Clinton and Trump, with a majority "very" dissatisfied.

If they do, that will prove that Bernie's running was not in vain.


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