Republican establishment candidates seem to have lost the playbook. They’ve been showering almost all their love and attention on the big-money people. That’s an especially bad move at a time when many blue-collar Republicans feel economically beaten up by these same donors.
Bernie Sanders won the people’s vote – coming in first for the TIME Readers’ poll for person of the year. So why didn’t TIME include him on the shortlist of final candidates?
New polling shows that Sanders presents Democratic voters with the existential choice of attempting to at least start digging out of the corrupt plutocracy, or instead burrowing in even deeper with another Clinton.
It is important to find a candidate who will make it a priority to fight for the protection of our environment.
Clinton’s $275 billion infrastructure plan released Monday offers modest spending and contains few specifics.
Sanders has proposed a detailed plan for addressing the country’s infrastructure needs, with an investment of $1 trillion. His plan to close several corporate tax loopholes appears to raise the necessary funds to cover this.
Some, like Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, think a teachers’ pay should be directly linked to how students perform on standardized tests. Do you agree?
“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.”