Donald Trump got one thing right: The voting system is “rigged"—though not in the way he thinks.
For some reason the Russian president wasn't considered evil during the war in Chechnya; the casual American style came about thanks to college students; meanwhile, Jimmy Carter thinks expanding Medicare would have been better than the Affordable Care Act. These discoveries and more after the jump.
Ukrainian women are boycotting Russian men in the most basic sense; the IRS has deemed bitcoin property, not currency; meanwhile, some college students are not finishing their degrees on purpose. These discoveries and more after the jump.
Congress prevented the doubling of interest rates on the loans of millions of current and former college students, but the deal lasts for just a year, and students are already anxiously wondering whether they’ll face the same financial threat next summer.
As promised, Robert Greenwald's Brave New Films is zooming in on those 1 percenters who are using their powers for evil. So it's no surprise that Greenwald's outfit would follow up with a video exposé about the Koch brothers, voter suppression and you.