It is important to find a candidate who will make it a priority to fight for the protection of our environment.
“When the things getting done are endless war and warming of the climate beyond recognition, climate activists and progressives must revolt against Clinton’s tyrannical domination of the Democratic Party.”
“Yes, the Republican candidates are certainly engaged in pandering to their base, but this only raises the fundamental question why the base lives in a fantasy world that is increasingly out of touch with reality.”
Some said it couldn’t be done, that the party of Trump would not find another, far more outlandish, dangerous and ignorant candidate. And yet Trump’s numbers are falling as the new hero of the rightwing fundamentalists, Ben Carson, claws his way on top. That his mountain of mendacity hasn’t cut short his 15 minutes of fame is the subject of this essay, not without glimmering moments of satire. Here’s the latest winner of the Rogue Rubber Chicken award for national gullibility.
“Clearly, without open revolt against a Democratic Party dominated by the corrupt Clinton’s new Tammany Hall—a political machine that has hijacked FDR’s party—that machine will shove the climate-unfriendly Clinton down our throats.”
Bernie Sanders makes it a point to address climate change as a security threat while campaigning for presidency, but Hillary Clinton does not give this topic proper attention.
Movements on the right and left are changing the political culture. Their impact can be seen in the Democratic and Republican primaries, but the media does not report it.
The second 2016 GOP Presidential Debate had very disturbing candidates who focused on topics such as undocumented immigrants and debunking Planned Parenthood. Let’s hope these candidates continue to just be just ridiculous entertainment and not our next president.