Bernie Sanders has called for political revolution. And if you “feel the Bern” so strongly, Patrick Walker and a team of collaborators are asking you to take the pledge and join the Revolt Against Plutocracy.
Bernie Sanders is preaching political revolution, a godsend to progressives repeatedly betrayed by today’s Democratic Party. But will the strategic necessity of running as a Democrat make him Hillary Clinton’s involuntary sheepdog?
Senator Elizabeth Warren has no problem opposing powerful politicians like Obama and those on Wall Street, but when it comes to Hillary Clinton she does not seem to speak her voice.
Many progressives feel extremely passionate about the newly announced 2016 presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders. Hopefully, enough Sanders supporters will make it so other opponents do not have a chance.
This new oligarchic system, instead of a clear democracy, has abandoned citizens’ needs and has made so many doubtful of a positive future. Presidential candidates, like Hillary, do not help instill a sense of hopeful progress to the nation, but deter many away from the belief in true change.
According to the author, Hillary is a self-seeking opportunist with her interests held in the deeply corrupted capitalist system. Unless she becomes more genuinely progressive, possibly with help from Elizabeth Warren, Hillary might not see a successful outcome in this presidential election.
Senator Elizabeth Warren has recently told the media she will not be trying to run for president against Hillary Clinton. Unfortunately, Warren seemed like the perfect high-profile and popular progressive to defeat Hillary, who many do not support for presidency.
Why is Hillary Clinton getting credit for economic populism while concealing her support of TPP? It’s time to call Clinton out on it and there’s no better Democrat than the voice of populism—and leading TPP critic—Elizabeth Warren.