Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Tag: 2016 presidential election

‘The Donald Show’

Just who we would have wanted to enter the race for president recently made his announcement in a full showbiz extravaganza. Donald Trump, the self-promoting "hypester," is starting his run—let the lunacy begin!

Sanders the Giant Slayer — First, Topple the Bad Queen

Assess Bernie Sanders by what he can do to advance progress, not by other ideological or entrenched standards, great fears or desperate hopes. Sanders offers progressives the best way not to "waste time" this season.

Ralph Nader on Bernie Sanders’ Presidential Bid and His Unanswered Letters...

Ralph Nader, author of the new book, "Return to Sender: Unanswered Letters to the President, 2001-2015," discusses Bernie Sanders' plan to run for the Democratic nomination despite being a long-standing Independent in Congress. Does he stand a chance?

Ralph Nader on Bernie Sanders, the TPP “Corporate Coup d’État” and...

Ralph Nader has spoken out in favor of new 2016 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. He goes on to say "We don’t want a coronation of Hillary Clinton.”

Why Bernie Sanders Is the Only Populist Candidate for President

While Bernie Sanders will make his official campaign announcement by the end of the month, could Americans finally have the economic populist presidential candidate they’ve been waiting for? It's entirely up to us.

As Hillary Stalls, Where’s the Democratic Bench?

Polling indicates a nasty downward slide spotlighting all things people distrust about Hillary Clinton. So where's the Democratic relief pitcher after the starter bombs and where might this put progressives?

The Defining Moment, and Hillary Rodham Clinton

At a time when average working people need a president who will fight for them, the question is whether Hillary Clinton is willing to be bold and to fight. This is a defining moment for Democrats, America and Clinton, herself.

2016 Presidential Candidates Address Inequality (Sort Of)

Congress never before worried about the "ever-widening chasm" between the rich and the rest of the nation. For Republican presidential candidates, inequality is a top political topic, but their solution are the same old failed tactics.

A Thumping Cruz-a-palooza

The more Ted Cruz campaigns for the 2016 presidential nomination the more we see he fabricates facts to "foment fear among the fringiest right-wingers." While he's calling for "a time for truth," he can't even imagine the truth.

Imagine Cruz as President

Ted Cruz is getting a head start on all the other wannabes seeking the 2016 Republican presidential nomination. But can this nation really "imagine" him as president? He will be just another fool for the history books.

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Humanity has always been resilient. When our backs are against the wall, we will stand up and fight against whatever is trying to hold us down.

The current US Supreme Court is not constitutionally legitimate

Dobbs is a watershed attack that will come to be known as an infamous consolidation of an unrelenting extremist assault on this country's gains for equality and justice.

How greedy corporations fuel inflation

“Companies make any kind of excuse to raise prices on everything."

US Court of Appeals overturns EPA’s decision that glyphosate is safe for humans and...

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