Just when you think it can’t get any more anti-business, anti-jobs, anti-growth, anti-capitalist, and just plain economically nonsensical among presidential candidates than Hillary Clinton’s ’s “Don’t let anyone tell you, you know, corporations and businesses create jobs,” along comes Vermont senator and self-defined socialist Bernie Sanders running for the Democratic presidential nomination with the statement that there’s nothing wrong with the federal government taxing away 90 cents out of every dollar earned at top income levels.

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to hand down a ruling later this month that could have devastating consequences for Obamacare.

Oh, that Hillary Clinton! Knowing all too well that the less informed a potential voter is, the more likely he or she is to vote Democrat, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president has come up with a couple of schemes to expand dramatically the potential voter base.

About $6 billion per year is now spent on a cocktail of drugs to treat “HIV disease” — a positive blood test for antibody for human immunodeficiency virus, the accepted cause for AIDS.

The lethal fallout has manifested itself in the rising number of poor people, disproportionately black, that are now being murdered in America’s inner cities.