Clinton says her own plan is better
Says Hillary Clinton "couldn't bring herself to say we need to separate commercial banking and speculative banking, namely reinstating Glass-Steagall."
Chatter of all kinds but certainly no 'advanced notice'
Says CIA Director George Tenet told the Bush administration that the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack "was coming. So they did have advanced notice."
Down the tubes?
"I don’t think anybody makes television sets in the United States anymore."
After a historically long delay
"Republican leadership took the lead confirming Loretta Lynch as attorney general."
The Unabomber, not Sanders, wrote this
Says Bernie Sanders once said, "Instead of removing the conditions that make people depressed, modern society gives them antidepressant drugs."
The protection isn't bulletproof
The gun industry is "the only business in America that is wholly protected from any kind of liability."
Significance for climate change is not entirely clear
"Fifteen out of the 20 most polluted cities in the world" are in India and China.
By itself, a joint doesn't get you into the joint
"We are imprisoning or giving jail sentences to young people who are smoking marijuana."
With protections like this, you don't need enemies
Says Edward Snowden "could have gotten all of the protections of being a whistleblower."
U.S. is the outlier
"Every other major country" has family paid leave.
Keeping consistent on Keystone
On the Keystone XL pipeline
The U.S. has a lock on this
"Today in America, we have more people in jail than any other country on Earth."
Make up your mind
Says as secretary of state she was reserving judgment about the Trans-Pacific Partnership and "hoped it would be the gold standard."
Not by the official statistics
"African-American youth unemployment is 51 percent. Hispanic youth unemployment is 36 percent."
Five nays in two years
"Sen. Sanders did vote five times against the Brady bill."
And the Benghazi committee makes 8
"There have been seven investigations (of Benghazi) led mostly by Republicans in the Congress" that concluded "nobody did anything wrong, but there were changes we could make."
The worst months out of very bad year
"When we had a conservative Republican president we were losing 750,000 jobs a month."
Disinvited to the party? Not by Dent
Says Republican Rep. Charlie Dent wants to kick the Freedom Caucus out of the Republican conference "for voting our conscience."
There was no 1968 bad guys club
"In the class of 1968 at Patrice Lumumba University in Moscow, Mahmoud Abbas was one of the members of that class, and so was Ali Khamenei. And that's where they first established relationships with the young Vladimir Putin."
Only "willful" violation leads to license loss
"While 38 percent of (firearms) dealers that were inspected in 2011 were noncompliant with federal law, only 0.05 percent of inspected dealers had their licenses revoked."
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