The six top republican candidates take economic policy into the wilderness. Those of us in the outer districts can but hope for revolution.
In the last Democratic debate, Hillary Clinton accused Bernie Sanders of impugning her integrity by raising her support from Wall Street bankers. But it isn’t Bernie who is doing the impugning, it’s her Wall Street donors themselves.
Yesterday Bernie Sanders gave an important speech at Georgetown University. Facing questions about electability, Sanders explained what Democratic socialism really means.
“It’s time to have standards for our government. Everyone has a voice, the question is, who will use theirs?”
Amongst the mockingly horrid GOP candidates and Hillary Clinton is Bernie Sanders, who many feel is a rightful candidate to become the next president of the U.S. Let’s hope his popularity continues to rise as elections draw closer.
Corporations and billionaires are able to fund their favorite presidential hopeful campaigns in order to have their candidate repeatedly exposed to the U.S. people. The Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision has resulted in this unfair way of campaigning.
Senator Bernie Sanders has drawn large crowds and has gained massive support as he campaigns to run for president in 2016. If he keeps up this popularity, he could become the new Democratic front-runner.
The Pope’s recent message to “Follow the Golden Rule” comes at an important time as candidates start campaigning for the presidency. Let’s hope his message stays in the minds of these candidates and in ourselves as we vote next year.