Trump’s arrogance and failures compound a crisis that’s already damaged the economy and put thousands of Americans in early graves.
I believe that the level of fear, panic, and feelings of hopelessness would be far less if Cuomo were the president.
The crisis the world will face over the next six months or a year is one that cries out for competent leadership.
"Gun retailers are not essential businesses and should not remain open during this pandemic."
The People’s Party should work actively to drain Bernie-ites from the Democratic Party.
It’s hard not to grasp for heroic leaders in a time of crisis, but heroes don’t talk about love and compassion while sacrificing the most vulnerable—and it’s media’s job to expose that hypocrisy, not swoon under Andrew Cuomo’s spell.
Looking ahead, the postponements of primaries in some states may give enough time to implement widespread voting by mail.
With the sort of voting power women have, it seems strange that they haven’t forced both major political parties to deal with the problem.
The question for the next six months: Will the damage from Trump’s past, present and future crimes against humanity make him less electable?
If Biden and Bernie can have public discussions about important platform and personnel issues, the likelihood is that they could find genuine compromises and form a real coalition.