With no regard to her massive carbon footprint, Hillary Clinton is jet-setting back and forth from East Coast to West Coast, on a record run of Big Bucks soirees with the uber-rich of Wall Street, Hollywood, and Silicon Valley (Rothschilds, Sabans, Katzenbergs, et al) while avoiding press conferences that might bring up her health, e-mails, and Clinton Foundation corruption.

The Constitution Party bases its positions on morals, the Constitution, and increased opportunities for all Americans.

 The mainstream media may be confused, but Trump's supporters are not: His campaign rests on exiting layers of government.  By Bob Adelmann

The Libertarian Party usually stakes out positions advocating reduced government spending and minimized moral edicts. This year’s presidential duo is doing the same.

Not since Republican Barry Goldwater ran for president in 1964 has a candidate been so universally attacked by bigwigs in both parties because he might upset the status quo.

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