"The best indication of who you should vote for in the Democratic primary if you actually want progressive policy is who Wall Street doesn't like, which essentially means Bernie or Warren."
“The United States has a long history of inappropriately intervening in Latin American countries. We must not go down that road again.”
“This is unprecedented not only in Venezuelan history, but in Latin America.”
"When men and women stand together for justice, we win. When black, white and Hispanic people stand together for justice, we win. When straight and gay people stand together for justice, we win. When young and old stand together for justice, we win. When working families stand together, we win."
The only way we resurrect our positive story is to incinerate this fake one, to reject hatred and racism, white nationalism and smug, tribal complacency. That targets Trump and Republicanism.
Whether or not Hillary Clinton runs for president again, Clintonism is a political blight with huge staying power.
We have words for those who elevate internal, non-logical feelings over mind – contrary to what that vast conspiracy of humanity calls consensual knowledge: delusional, hustlers, deceivers, crack pots or people of bad faith.
Democrats are embracing bold progressive policies – and setting the terms of the debate – for the first time in 40 years.