By Filipa Ioannou Published 10:08 am PST, Friday, December 7, 2018 Cher outside the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York on May 6, 2015. (MM/Abaca Press/TNS) Cher outside the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York on May 6, 2015. (MM/Abaca Press/TNS) Photo: MM, TNS Photo: MM, TNS Image 1 of / 18 Caption Close Image 1 of 18 Cher outside the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York on May 6, 2015. (MM/Abaca Press/TNS) Cher outside the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York on May 6, 2015. (MM/Abaca Press/TNS) Photo: MM, TNS Cher wants Rep. Eric Swalwell on the 2020 ticket 1 / 18 Back to Gallery The chatter over who will run against President Trump in 2020 is starting to intensify, with Sen. Kamala Harris, … [Read more...] about Cher wants Rep. Eric Swalwell on the 2020 ticket
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Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell plans to run for president in 2020, according to a person close to the California congressman who is familiar with his plans. “He’s definitely running,” the source said. Story Continued Below This weekend, Swalwell will be the first potential presidential candidate to visit Iowa after the midterms with a trip to meet the Asian & Latino Coalition in Des Moines and Iowa Democratic Party chairs in Dubuque. The travel to Iowa was first reported by NBC News and confirmed by POLITICO. The 37-year-old Swalwell has been positioning himself for a run over the past year, with several trips to early primary voting states and endorsements of three young congressional candidates in Iowa and New Hampshire through his Future Forum PAC. He has also asked for lists of potential staffers for the early-state contests. Swalwell's, press secretary, Caitlyn McNamee also went to Iowa this fall to help out with Cindy Axne’s successful congressional … [Read more...] about Source: Eric Swalwell to run for president in 2020
By Casey Tolan | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: August 9, 2018 at 7:00 am | UPDATED: August 9, 2018 at 7:24 am East Bay Rep. Eric Swalwell spent two days last week in a Winnebago nicknamed “Sioux City Sue,” road-tripping across rural Iowa to campaign for a fellow Democrat. He’ll be back again this weekend, speaking on the soapbox at the State Fair and stopping by a corn boil in Baldwin, population 109. That latest foray will mark Swalwell’s 10th trip to Iowa since President Trump took office — a travel schedule that’s raising eyebrows about the 37-year-old congressman’s presidential ambitions. Politicos in the Hawkeye State, which holds the first presidential nominating caucuses in the nation, say Swalwell has spent more time there over the last year and a half than nearly any other potential Democratic presidential candidate. His frequent trips come as he’s skyrocketed from obscurity … [Read more...] about Eric Swalwell has visited Iowa 10 times in last year and a half. Is he running for president?
Published May 12, 2018 Markets Motley Fool Facebook Twitter Comments Print The marijuana industry is growing by leaps and bounds in North America. Cannabis research firm ArcView, in partnership with BDS Analytics, found that legal pot sales soared 33% in 2017 to $9.7 billion. A decade from now, ArcView sees North American sales topping an estimated $47 billion. This impressive growth is due to a combination of state- and country-level expansion, as well as a general shift in the way people perceive cannabis. Continue Reading Below Regarding the former, Mexico legalized medical marijuana in June 2017, 29 U.S. states have legalized cannabis in some capacity since 1996, and Canada appears to be on the verge of passing the Cannabis Act, which would make it the first developed country in the world to have legalized adult-use marijuana. As expansion continues, sales for growers and ancillary pot industry businesses are expected to soar. Meanwhile, national … [Read more...] about 4 Must-Read Quotes on Marijuana From DEA Head Robert Patterson
By Leia Klingel Published May 09, 2018 FOX BUSINESS FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video Rep. Swalwell on Iran decision: Trump is putting us on a path to war Rep. Eric Swalwell, (D-Calif.), on President Trump's decision to pull the U.S. from the Iran nuclear deal and North Korea's release of three U.S. hostages. Gasoline prices have spiked and are now about 20% higher than a year ago. The recent increase has tracked the rally in crude oil, which has been supported by robust demand and balancing supplies, as well as first the expectation and then the reality that the U.S. will exit its nuclear deal with Iran. Continue Reading Below New sanctions on Iran will remove some barrels of oil from the market as the U.S. enters its peak season for gasoline demand. With America’s consumers already seeing a bigger chunk of their pay being used for fuel costs, are things are about to get worse? Unfortunately, there isn’t a … [Read more...] about Gasoline prices: Will Iran deal exit push them even higher?