Submitted by Andrea Germanos via TheAntiMedia.org, Former U.S. President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Jimmy Carter has taken aim at the “erroneous” Supreme Court ruling that “gives legal bribery a chance to prevail.” Carter made theShow More Summary
"Trump has proven already that he's completely malleable."
Former President Jimmy Carter said Wednesday that if he had to choose between Republican candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz for president, he would rather see Trump in the White House.
Jimmy Carter has been pushing efforts to eradicate the painful disease, and now has backing from the UK to finish the job.
The CEO of Goldman Sachs gave Bernie Sanders a massive gift on Wednesday. The Vermont senator has spent most of the past year trying to convince Democratic voters that he is the one candidate who puts the fear of God (and/or the proletariat) into Wall Street. In an appearance on... More »
HITLER, STALIN, POL POT, SADDAM HUSSEIN, OBL, JIMMY CARTER ALL BREATHE A SIGH OF RELIEF: Richard Dreyfuss: Dick Cheney Is the ‘Most Despicable’ Man in History: Liberal actor Richard Dreyfuss on Wednesday couldn’t resist trashing Dick Cheney as he promoted his new film role of Bernie Madoff. After Good Morning America co-host Amy Robach suggested […]
(Steven Hayward) Well not really, but as with Damon Linker’s article attacking Marco Rubio, it reads like high praise of Cruz indeed. Speaking earlier today in London, old peanut brain said that if he had to choose, he preferred Donald...Show More Summary
Sen. Ted Cruz is happy that rival Donald Trump received one endorsement: a nod from former Democratic President Jimmy Carter.
Jimmy Carter would pick Donald Trump over Ted Cruz, Politico reports. Said Carter: “I think I would choose Trump, which may surprise some of you. The reason is, Trump has proven already he’s completely malleable. I don’t think he has [...]
HISTORY’S GREATEST MONSTER WEIGHS IN: Jimmy Carter: I’d Choose Trump.
Join us here tonight at 6 PM PT for a live discussion of the town hall with Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Today ’s comic by Matt Bors is Feel The Burns, Oregon : • More good news for Jimmy Carter: The former president says that a scan of his torso shows no cancer. Show More Summary
"There's a massive infusion of hundreds of millions of dollars into campaigns for all the candidates"
Former US president Jimmy Carter has warned that US politics has been corrupted by billions of dollars of campaign financing following a supreme court ruling that he said legalised “bribery”. He described the landmark 2010 Citizens United court decision, which equated campaign spending with free...
Former US President Jimmy Carter said on Wednesday that the US political campaign system has become increasingly corrupt as campaign financing was allowed to expand.
LONDON (AP) — Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter will make a rare address to Britain's House of Lords on Wednesday to discuss his work to eradicate Guinea worm disease. The 91-year-old ex-president has helped lead the successful campaign against the disease since 1986. Show More Summary
One of the most common comparisons you hear during this strange campaign season is that Donald J. Trump is a latter-day George Wallace, exploiting racial, ethnic, and religious prejudices; baiting the news media and other enemies; "telling it like it is"; and, most of all, discomfiting the comfortable forces in... More »
In 1976, he took on the Hawkeye State like no one had before, setting the precedent for hopefuls running in the race today.
On January 20, 1981, Jimmy Carter went from 39th President of the United States to humble private citizen. While some former commanders in chief experience a mix of emotions on that final ascent away from the White House, Carter had one clear sentiment: exhilaration. Show More Summary
I am a traditional liberal Democrat and over my six plus decades on Earth have witnessed the wild swings of fortune that have taken my party from Kennedy's Camelot to Jimmy Carter's attempt at public service restoration to the economic resurgence under Bill Clinton to hope and change under Barack Obama. Show More Summary