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However there is something profoundly revolutionary about this -- by providing a way for Marijuana's non-intoxicating cousin Hemp to be a legal product for its various uses, from paper, to clothes, biofuel, food and especially reducing our carbon by CO2 absorption.
It must be easy to sleep after a debate, knowing that your supporters won't fact-check you, because you've thoroughly convinced them that it's the fact-checkers who lie.
In three Republican presidential debates - the most recent on Thursday - and one Democratic debate, we've heard few specifics about how to help the 106 million Americans living on the brink to sustain themselves.
In watching the debate, I kept thinking to myself, "These are the job applicants for the position of CEO of the World." Yet there was more carnival barking on the stage than insights or observations about the economy or economic policy.
Wednesday night's Republican presidential debate brings to mind one of the most memorable TV snafus in history: the 27-minute loss of audio during the first presidential debate between incumbent Republican President Gerald Ford and Democratic challenger Jimmy Carter.
It may not seem so at times, but the U.S. still commands more of global mindshare than any other nation. What we say and do influences people of all nations in ways meritorious, deleterious, inspirational and inflammatory.
It's time for The Bachelor to move over. CNBC made its contribution to the hottest new reality series Wednesday night with The Candidate, better known as The National GOP Debate from Boulder, CO.
Mudslinging is no new phenomenon in modern presidential elections. But for the first time ever, it's juxtaposed with a new style of campaigning: Bernie Sanders' style.
Forget the debates. They don't matter. Barring the revelation of a shocking personal scandal, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush will win the Republican presidential nomination next year.
In the year of the "outsider," one side of the aisle's frontrunner is a billionaire barker. On the other side of the aisle, they're silencing the true outsider. The bold one. It's wrong, and it's time to let Larry speak.
America continues to struggle with racism. What has the Republican Party done in the last ten years to improve race relations? What will each of you do to improve race relations if you're elected president?
Few saw Bush's swoon coming. Last spring he looked like the most logical Republican nominee for president, at least by any conventional measure. It was unimaginable that he would find himself in dire straits before a single vote was cast.
Wednesday night is the third Republican debate of 2016 Presidential election. We've decided to make a few predictions for what you can expect to see on stage in Denver, and moving forward.
As Mrs. Clinton is now suddenly cutting her teeth on Progressive politics, one has to wonder if she would actually deliver on anything she is promising on the campaign trail once unpacked and in the White House.
There's a case to be made that the sooner she deals with these issues, the less likely they are to hurt her. More than that, would Lessig be able to parlay two hours of TV time into a credible threat to her campaign? Especially with Bernie Sanders also still in the race? The chances of that are slim to none.