We cross-checked the Open Secrets list of the top 100 individuals donating to outside spending groups in the current election against the Forbes list of the world’s billionaires and found that, as of June 19, there were 22 individuals on the Open Secrets list who were billionaires. Of those 22 billionaires, 13 -- or more than half -- gave predominantly to liberal groups or groups affiliated with the Democratic Party. The other nine gave predominantly to conservative groups. (A list of billionaires and how much they donated can be found here.)
The top donor from either party so far this cycle is pro-Democratic -- California billionaire Tom Steyer, who has given more than $11 million and has pledged to spend at last $50 million.
In a new campaign ad, Rubio answers some of the most commonly Googled questions about himself, including, bizarrely, if he has a twin.
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As a side note, the common refrain that 'the U.S. left is "right-wing" compared to the "rest of the world"' conveniently ignores the large percentage of Islamically-controlled countries in the world.
... It goes back to the Proxmire Golden Fleece Awards where a Senator from Wisconsin would claim to have identified horrendous wastes of money, while the state that he represented (Wisconsin) raked in billions of dollars in milk and cheese subsidies.
Between that and claims of 'Welfare Queens', the political right has played a distraction game to subvert programs like education while lining their pockets with money
Just wanted to mention that Sen. Proxmire was a Democrat.
Malin Akerman and Michael McKean, plus a Lake Bell bonus!
To be hanged, drawn and quartered was from 1351 a statutory penalty in England for men convicted of high treason, although the ritual was first recorded during the reigns of King Henry III (1216–1272) and his successor, Edward I (1272–1307). [source: Wikipedia]
so perhaps "hanged" is an anachronism that never got regularized due to being ensconced in early English law.
"Hung is the past tense and past participle of hang in most of that verb’s senses