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"Money in Politics for Me, but Not for Thee" -- More Leftist Hypocrisy

In this week's Liberty Update, we highlight the ironic absurdity of the "authentic" label constantly applied to 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, as his long career exposes him as perhaps the least authentic candidate of all.  His behavior simply doesn't match his professed beliefs, including on so-called "campaign finance reform" laws (which violate Americans' First Amendment rights).

In that vein, The Washington Post today highlights how the powerful Service Employees International Union (SEIU), perhaps the most powerful labor union of all, plans on spending a whopping $150 million - a record amount - to elect Democrats in November:

The Service Employees International Union plans to spend $150 million this year to get out the vote for Democrats…[more]

February 28, 2020 • 12:01 pm

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Thursday, January 30 2020

Pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson has agreed to pay up to $6.3 million to settle a class-action lawsuit claiming that its Infants’ Tylenol was deceptively packaged as being uniquely formulated for babies.

According to the lawsuit, the marketing of the product with its use of the word "infants" and a photo of a mother holding a baby allegedly caused consumers to believe the medicine was made especially for infants. The lawsuit claimed that the Infants’ Tylenol contains liquid acetaminophen in the same concentration as Children’s Tylenol.

According to the settlement, U.S. residents who claim to have purchased Infants' Tylenol between October 3, 2014 and January 6, 2020, can file a request form seeking a partial refund of $2.15 per bottle, up to seven bottles. No proof of purchase is required for a refund of up to $15.05; claimants seeking more refunds must submit proof of purchase.

Source: wect.com

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"With the revelation that superdelegates and party officials may stop Sen. Bernie Sanders at the Democratic convention this July should he only have a plurality of delegates, candidates trailing in the primary race are more incentivized to continue their campaigns, which helps Bernie even more as he plows ahead to cement an insurmountable delegate lead over a divided field.Everyone is afraid of Sanders…[more]
 
 
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