Schneiderman Rules Essay

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“The Schneiderman Rules,” discusses New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman endorsing the Clinton campaign by abusing his powers. He is accusing Trump of “fraud upon the people of the state of New York.” People are questioning his timing on the offense because the elections are less than a month away, so he could have waited after Nov. 9th. The author agrees that New York citizens need to be protected as Schneiderman mentions, however, the actions Schneiderman is exercising is not seen as the citizen 's best interest. I disagree. I think is better for citizens to know about their presidential candidate before they are elected. The timing of the allegations, in my opinion, is right because if Mr. Trump doesn 't have his own finances and paperwork done correctly, what will happen if he becomes President?

“Liberal Censors Lose Again,” details of Wisconsin persecutors wanting to reopen their abusive and secret campaign towards Governor Scott Walker 's political allies. The case went to the U.S. Supreme Court and was rejected because it is hard for the government to "regulate who can join with allies to influence elections." The author believes that it was right to fight back so such tactics don 't happen and laws are written.
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Clinton on ObamaCare,” explains that Mr. Clinton has emerged as a critic of ObamaCare, as well as Obama who states in an interview that ObamaCare can be improved. Mrs. Clinton believes that ObamaCare has done "a world of good" and has plans to give citizens more options. The author wonders why the election hasn 't criticized ObamaCare and believes this is a crucial topic for the 2017 election since it will have to be re-written. I agree. ObamaCare is not perfect and can be improved like anything that is new. Hillary has great ideas to improve ObamaCare in the areas needed. I disagree with ObamaCare having to be re-written, and Donald Trump will stabilize the health market if he becomes

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