It’s unlikely that Greenwald, who at least has the benefit of widespread fame and international support, will be the last journalist to be targeted.
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.
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.
How Trump is speaking to the American people about dealing with this crisis is not at all inspirational, it is demoralizing and causing them to be greatly depressed, increasing, not suppressing, their fear.
If all votes were created equal and actually tallied, the Golden State would most likely be in Bernie’s pocked.
More than half of all votes cast in the California Democratic primary -- over 4.5 million votes compared to the 3.6 million reported as cast on election evening -- have not been counted, or if counted, the results have not been disclosed.
This isn’t to say Trump couldn’t or won’t be impeached. Only that it’s a long and drawn-out process.
Mr.Trump, think of this surprise as a massive political tsunami racing right at you and that there is no way that you can escape it.