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Can Warren take Sanders’ base? This is the question pundits and bobble heads on CNN, MSNBC, PBS, ABC, NBC, CBS will repeatedly ask and introduce in political coverage. Maybe it […]
Pseudo woke YouTube / Reddit / Twitter activists of the Gabbard-cult persuasion have mobilized to work overtime these days. Listen. You are thrilled at Bernie Sanders’ silence and you are […]
How did Beto O’Rourke – a new comer on the presidential candidate scene – with very little name recognition – no congressional record – zero legislative achievements – polling lower […]
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In the old days, when the New Deal Coalition was just beginning to fray, the right made a distinction between the “deserving poor” and the…
Corruption has drained all the wealth in this country. Bernie is our best chance at fixing it.
It makes sense. Like Sanders always say in his stump speech, “They have the money, we have the people.” and he was right. All data available and shared so far […]
Bernie is a weird breed of a politician in a sense that his past record is not his worst enemy, but his strongest ally in this campaign. He never has to run a negative ad. All he has to do is to talk about his stance and his past record attesting his stance.
In post-internet era where justice vigilantes and alternative media abound — how, who, and what really screwed Bernie Sanders out of 2020’s nomination will be nuanced. Well designed and technically […]
The data reveals that most of the senators who’ve sworn off corporate PAC money received more from large individual donors — donors giving $200 or more, who can be regular people but also corporate executives and lobbyists — than from PACs in that time period.
The very last “real” entry I made about anything even remotely close to an appreciation for cinema was back in November 2014. Four and a half years have gone by […]
Boyhood (2014) This coming-of-age by Richard Linklater charts the growing years of fictional protagonist Mason, from the age of 5 to 18. I found the running time a tad too […]