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She said a similar sentence, but in a broader context, which results in a different meaning than the misquotation in the question: Imagine an economy where people could follow their aspirations, where they could be entrepreneurial, where they could take risks professionally because personally their families [sic] health care needs are being met. Where ...


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A July 2015 interview (at 5:54) was: Ezra Klein: You said being a democratic socialist means a more international view. I think if you take global poverty that seriously, it leads you to conclusions that in the US are considered out of political bounds. Things like sharply raising the level of immigration we permit, even up to a level of open borders. ...


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"Yes, it's real. It seems to be taken from, https://newrepublic.com/article/155733/trump-clinton-bloomberg-giuliani-golf-photo-vainglorious-eternals "Famous men with big drivers attend a 2008 charity event at Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. (Sabo Robert/NY Daily News Archive/ Getty)" Note the two men cropped from the original are "...


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Yes. Let's break this down in context, from her address: Imagine an economy where people could follow their aspirations, where they could be entrepreneurial, where they could take risks professionally because personally their families [sic] health care needs are being met. Where they could be self-employed or start a business, not be job-locked in a job ...


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Yes, in 1974 Sanders is on record stating that just 351 guest visas to Jamaicans was hurting native Vermont residents, although he didn't use the word steal. He also equated the voluntary guest worker program that encouraged Jamaicans to do physically tough field work in the US to slavery. Back in 1974, Sanders's rhetorical target was local orchard ...


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Yes... and no, depending on your definitions. In October 2019, GetUp! submitted a "Political Campaigner Return" to the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) With "electoral expenditure" of $2,314,890 and total payments of $14,446,914, Advance Australia can argue that only 16% of the payments went on electoral expenditure in financial year 2019. GetUp!...


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Summarizing my answer from law.SE... According a NYT analysis, the law only bars certain executive functionaries like the inspector general from making such disclosures; senators/legislators are not on that list. Do whistle-blowers have a right to remain anonymous? Only in a limited way. Another part of the Inspector General Act says that agency ...


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There is no evidence of such asking. And the campaign has flatly confirmed that it won't so ask. It seems Bloomberg used a box, or some sort of podium enhancement during his mayoralty and his inauguration.


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