Tag: Bribes

The Swamp: Washington’s Murky Pool of Corruption and Cronyism and How Trump Can Drain It

The Swamp: Washington’s Murky Pool of Corruption and Cronyism and How Trump Can Drain It

Book Reviews, Congress, Corruption, Democrats, Government, Republicans, Senate
The Swamp: Washington's Murky Pool of Corruption & Cronyism and How Trump Can Drain It By Eric Bolling Fox News Contributor and Host of The Specialist Former Host of FNC's The Five & Cashing In St. Martin's Press (2017) The Swamp is a great collection of Swamp thing stories spanning American History. In this collection of anecdotes from both contemporary and historic times, author Eric Bolling weaves a brilliant tale of how the Swamp came to be along with how it's gotten worse with each passing year since the Framers' days. An interesting read for many readers with different interests, it touches on the history of DC's corruption and how it came to be, starting with Jefferson and Adams. Bolling investigates the historical review and compares it to the contemporary
Rubio: The Real Con Man

Rubio: The Real Con Man

Corruption, Election News, Issues
By Thornton Crowe While Marco Rubio (R-FL) presents himself as the downtrodden background of two refugees escaping Cuba's Fidel Castro, he tends to hide a whole of his past that is murky and fraught with controversy most voters would none too appreciate. A lot of hot rhetoric has been circulating these days with the GOP candidates vying for the nomination on the Republican ticket; heading into the General Election season. With all things considered, for the Democrats, Hillary Clinton is most likely going to be the first female presidential candidate. Given her salacious personal life with her cheating ex-president husband Bill along with the ever-growing e-mail scandal and Clinton Foundation money laundering activities, to say she's flawed is to put it very mildly. Even with all h...