It’s time that Sanders speaks out, explains what democratic socialism is and reminds Americans that it is a central part of this country, and that’s why he espouses that political ideology.
When we decide whether to vote or not, and for whom we will cast that ballot, we better think very deeply about the America in which we want to live going into the future.
In Louisiana, Clinton performed 12% better than the pre-election polls showed. The Republican primary didn’t show any deviation.
Iceland just sentenced their 26th banker to prison for his part in the 2008 economic collapse. The charges ranged from breach of fiduciary duties to market manipulation to embezzlement.
Dig this: Some counties are demanding that some of the first-time voters show official voter ID.
What exactly has been happening in Syria in the last few years? How did we end up with millions of refugees?
There is something big happening in the American body politic and in this presidential campaign. Bernie Sanders has touched a nerve and his campaign has gone from a quixotic experiment to a contest to a movement, and there may be no stopping it at this point, though Clinton may try.
Clinton’s campaign, which exploits institutional bias and deception, is a diversion from our national challenges. Many of us expect more.
Each of these stunning disclosures gives Wikileaks and Julian Assange sufficient concern to consider himself a marked man.
Lack of sufficient data and jurisdictional issues has been a huge obstacle for finding justice for Indigenous women that are victims of violence.