By: Jed Schlackman
By: Willy Blackmore
Hillary Clinton Hires a Former Monsanto Lobbyist and Political Fixer to Run Her 'Ready For Hilary' 2016 Campaign
By: Jan Omega
By: KJ McElrath
By: Ben Brody
When Barack Obama was running for the presidency in 2008—and later for reelection in 2012—he promised he wouldn't take money from registered lobbyists, not even as bundlers. In the race to succeed him, Hillary Clinton is not following in his footsteps.
By: S.A. Miller
By: Ed O'Keefe
Presumed Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is sharply criticizing former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton for wavering in her support of President Obama's major trade deal that is gaining bipartisan support in Congress.
Hillary's Pick for Her Political Fixer in Iowa Is a Classic Illustration of America's Political Corporate Insider Problem
Monsanto-linked Jerry Crawford doesn't inspire much hope.
In a recent speech before the world's largest biotechnology meeting in San Diego, Clinton -- who commands speaking fees of about $225,000 per speech -- was enthusiastic in her support for the use of GMOs in farming and agriculture in general. She also spoke positively of using taxpayer-funded federal financial subsidies as payoffs to American companies, to keep them from relocating outside the United States.