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Hillary and Bernie Debate Saturday Night Live Style

After the first Democratic Presidential Primary debate, Saturday Night Live gives its take on the proceedings Democratic Debate Cold Open | SNL from Saturday Night Live

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When Bernie Sanders Speaks: What He Says, What Republicans Hear

Bernie Drives the Republicans Wild! Real Time with Bill Maher – What Republicans Hear – October 16, 2015 (HBO) from Real Time with Bill Maher

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U.S. President Barack Obama Delivers Victory Speech to Supporters Gathered in Chicago

Current U.S. President Barack Obama handily won re-election Tuesday, triumphing over Republican challenger Mitt Romney to remain the United States’ 44th president. In a victory speech to supporters gathered in Chicago, Barack Obama talked about the American project moving forward towards ‘perfecting our democracy’ with his re-election.

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U.S. Elections 2012: GOP Increases Majority in the House of Representatives, Democrats Retain Senate

It is projected that the Republicans will increase their majority in the House of Representatives to 211 (R) – 155 (D). The Democrats will remain in control of the U.S. Senate and notably reclaimed the senate seat in Massachusetts vacated by Ted Kennedy upon his death and won by Republican Scott Brown during a special […]

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U.S. Elections 2012: Republicans Retain Majority in Number of State Governors

Following the United States 2012 Elections the Republican Party will retain a majority in the number of governor’s seats. North Carolina elected its first GOP governor since the 1980s, bucking a general liberal trend with the re-election of Barack Obama. Races in Washington and Montana were too close to be called as of writing. [CNN]

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Barack Obama Wins Re-Election as 44th President of the United States of America According to Network Projections

It is projected that President Barack Obama will win the state of Ohio, securing re-election as 44th President of the United States of America. FoxNews CNN Watch Live MSNBC Huffington Post

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U.S. Elections 2012: Elizabeth Warren Defeats Incumbent Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown

Democrat Elizabeth Warren unseated incumbent Republican Senator Scott Brown to become Massachusetts’ ¬†first female senator in the state’s history. Elizabeth Warren ran as a champion of the people and cited her extensive work with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau throughout the campaign. Scott Brown filled the senate seat left vacant by Ted Kennedy, who died […]

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Wall Street: The Intersection of Money and Power in the American Empire, Part 2

Watch Money, Power and Wall Street: Part One on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE. Part II of the PBS special documentary about money, power and politics in the United States. Politics, money, and power are three concepts typically associated together, particularly with regard to the American political system. Often cited by critics as one of […]

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Wall Street: The Intersection of Money and Power in the American Empire, Part 1

Watch Money, Power and Wall Street: Part One on PBS. See more from FRONTLINE. Politics, money, and power are three concepts typically associated together, particularly with regard to the American political system. Often cited by critics as one of the main democratic deficiencies of the American political system, the convenient marriage of money and power […]

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