Trade in Services Agreement

According to World Bank figures services comprise around 75% of the EU economy, 80% of the US economy and the majority of economies of most countries. The global economy is shifting towards a service-oriented economy. Cross-border trade in services for around 13% of the global GDP in 2015; for the EU twice that figure (around 24% of its total GDP). But it is not just these numbers alone that prove that the TiSA negotiations deserve a much higher attention in the public discussion than they currently have.

2006 Audio Emerges of Hillary Clinton Proposing Rigging Palestine Election

Unearthed tape captures then Senator musing that US should have 'done something'. On September 5, 2006, Eli Chomsky was an editor and staff writer for the Jewish Press, and Hillary Clinton was running for a shoo-in re-election as a U.S. senator. Her trip making the rounds of editorial boards brought her to Brooklyn to meet the editorial board of the Jewish Press.

Voter Fraud in 2016 Election Continues

Former DOJ lawyer J. Christian Adams suggested a considerable amount of voter fraud, enough to influence the results of the 2016 presidential election.

Bernie Sanders: First, beat Donald Trump; then implement most progressive agenda in U.S. history

Nov. 8 is Election Day and, from now until then, I will be working as hard as I can to see that Donald Trump is defeated and that Hillary Clinton becomes our next president. But defeating Trump is not enough. On the day after the election I intend to work equally hard, with millions of other Americans, to make certain that the new president and Congress implement the 2016 Democratic Party platform, the most progressive party agenda in American history.

State police raid Philly office as voter registration probe grows

Days after searching the Delaware County office of a Democratic  grassroots organization for evidence of voter-registration fraud, state  police on Thursday raided a second office – this one in Philadelphia. No charges have been filed against FieldWorks, a Washington-based organization, and it has pledged to cooperate with investigators. People familiar with the probe say there is currently no evidence pointing toward an effort to cast illegal or fraudulent ballots in next week's election.