There is a great connection between the American politics with the business mogul George Soros. This is due to his vast influence of over 30 year as an international liberal supporter, of the democrat’s policies, ideals, and causes. George, who according to Forbes is estimated to be worth $25.2 billion, uses his wealth in his political activism through his Open Society Foundations to donate and fund political and social organizations that promote change and democracy.
Wikileaks has come under a lot of fire for what they have done over the last few years, with creator Julian Assange taking most of the heat. He has been called everything from a “terrorist” by Vice President Biden, to being praised by the common citizen and even certain political leaders such as Vladimir Putin. Julian Assange himself claims that he is only trying to help people, and has no hidden motive. To this day he resides at the Ecuadorian Embassy, facing extradition for sex crimes that some supporters would argue were a clear smear campaign against his message and movement.
Martin Shkreli a young entrepreneur born in Brooklyn, N.Y., who at in early age skipped several grades in school and received a degree in business from New York’s Baruch College in 2004. Began his first internship at the age of 17 at Cramer Berkowitz & Co, the hedge fund founded by television personality Jim Cramer. In 2006 Martin Shkreli started his own hedge fund through Elea Capital Management. Martin Shkreli has a history of jumping from one employer to the other, such as Elea Capital Management, MSMB Capital Management, and Retrophin which ran out of MSMB. All of these companies have law suits against Martin Shkreli due to allegations of indecently handling of funds. In 2011, he founded the biotech firm Retrophin, with the goal of focusing
Bernard Lawrence “Bernie” Madoff born April 29, 1938. The founder of Bernie L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC. Madoff was the chairman until his arrest on December 11, 2008. On March 12, 2009, Madoff pleaded guilty to 11 federal felonies and admitted turning his wealth management business into a massive Ponzi scheme.
The FEC is charged with the responsibility to regulate election campaign funds. The FEC examine on how PACs and campaigns are spending funds. The FEC implored limitations and restriction on amounts of funds made by political campaign group “What is the
Bernie Sanders is a great candidate because he wants to change a lot of things in America for the better. These changes, according to Bernie Sanders’s website, include raising minimum wage to $15 an hour by the year 2020, bringing racial justice, fighting for women’s rights, a fair and humane immigration policy, climate change and environmental change, and reforming Wall street.
Do you want a better future for America? If so, then vote for Bernie Sanders! He voted no on banning partial birth abortion except to save the mother's life. Bernie plans to protect the reproductive rights of women. He voted yes on replacing death penalty with life imprisonment. He plans to have more funding and stricter sentencing for hate crimes. Bernie also voted no to subjecting federal employees to random drug tests. He believes that pharmaceutical companies are responsible for opioid epidemic.
Bernie Sanders is a Democratic candidate for president in 2016 and he has been serving in the U.S. Senate since 2006. Sanders began his career early in 1960s and it is the reason why Sanders is considered as longest-serving independent politician in U.S. congressional history. According to his website, “Bernie has been called a “practical and successful legislator” and he was dubbed the “amendment king” in the House of Representatives for passing more amendments than any other member of Congress” (“Meet Bernie”). In addition, Sanders has been the most aggressive voice on the environmental issue comparing to the Republican politicians, according from Sander’s webpage, “It is an embarrassment that Republican politicians, with few exceptions,
Osama Bin Laden changed the world on September 11, 2012, when he orchestrated the 9/11 bombings on the World Trade Center in New York City. He has also formulated many other attacks including the October 2000 attack on the USS Cole, and attacks on the US embassies in Nairobi, Kenya, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania in 1998 (Encyclopedia of World 1). Osama Bin Laden had a negative influence on societies, economies, and religion throughout the world because of his actions in masterminding many radical terrorist attacks, and because he created and funded al-Qaeda.
The preceding year's election can be unanimously considered one of the most controversial by most sources. While many candidates were considered, the final four contenders could easily be classified as jackass, an extreme far right republican, a feminist, and a socialist. Ultimately, the jackass won the elections, plunging the United States into a thousand years of darkness. After the nuclear fire subsides, and the non-existent middle class comes to it’s senses they will need a new leader to redeem our broken nation. The socialist in particular, could possibly be the United States’ chance for redemption. Bernie Sanders’ progressive policies could, potentially, save the declining middle class. Bernie has shown countless times throughout his
Bernie Madoff robbed his investors for billions of dollars, treated his family like toxic scum and is even responsible for his son's suicide. In other words, Madoff is just a bad dude. But there is more to this guy than Ponzi schemes and broken dreams. Let's dig a little deeper on this iconic criminal and discover some rare facts.
In a time when George Bush and Al Gore were forced by the Supreme Court to end the recount in Florida and later, President Bush would call for a War on Terror, America was becoming more defensive both internally and internationally. It is in this context that a young man named Osama bin Laden was studying in Saudi Arabia and not behaving as morally as one may have hoped, drinking and partying. If Osama bin Laden were to die due to alcohol poisoning in his adolescence in 1976, al-Qaeda would not be formed. Four significant effects of Osama bin Laden’s death in the 70s would be bin Laden’s family denouncing and putting money towards advertising against the United States, bin Laden’s future colleague forming an Islamic extremist group without
The security risks would be very high in a situations like this one. The followers of Osama bin Laden would do any and everything necessary to get his release during the detention. Lives would be lost in the process and it would cause unnecessary attacks from that country. I think they would capture one of our soldiers, government official, or citizen and inflict torture to them just to prove a point. They would not stop at blowing something up killing as many people as possible as well. However, U.S. Special Forces were authorized to shoot to kill. Nonetheless, if this was a targeted killing, this action might be justified on the grounds that sometimes apprehension of a terrorist could not be a viable option considering the enormous risks
I share similar opinions with you in regards to the United States choosing to fight without proper negotiation for certain wars. At the time, President Obama had believed that the war in Afghanistan was a war of necessity, not a war of choice. However, there is evidence that suggests otherwise. For example, the United States did try to make a deal with the Taliban to turn over Osama bin Laden, like you mentioned. However, it was unnecessary to bomb the cities in Afghanistan so quickly after America was denied. The Taliban had only refused to hand over bin Laden because the United States didn’t provide any proof or evidence that he was actually involved in the 911 attacks. In other words, the Taliban weren’t actually refusing to turn him over
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