Sanders supporters understand very well how the process works and what kind of candidate is supposed to make it to the end.
It appears Clinton’s campaign will directly appeal to moderate Republicans in order to win the general election against Trump, if she becomes the nominee.
Eugene Puryear, the vice-presidential candidate for the Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) in the U.S., talks about electoral politics.
With the primary race entering its final phase, Clinton’s smug attitude could keep inspiring young voters to work harder for a contested convention.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, despite sharing the belief that “Israel has a right to defend itself,” are arguably worlds apart on the occupation.
The Democratic presidential debate in Brooklyn, which was characterized by establishment media as a “Brooklyn brawl,” featured an extraordinary moment, where Bernie Sanders affirmed the humanity of the Palestinians in the face of Hillary Clinton. The affirmation confounded Clinton, who appeared to counter Sanders by channeling Israel Prime Minister Benjamin
Shadowproof interviewed a number of Americans who are refusing to vote for Hillary Clinton, come what may.
Former President Bill Clinton went off on a rant against Black Lives Matter protesters in the audience at a campaign event for his wife, Hillary Clinton. There was focus on the spectacle itself. Some attention was paid to the substance of Clinton’s remarks, but for the most part, it was
By now, you may have read about actor Tim Robbins’ introduction of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in Wisconsin. The headlines suggest Robbins insulted supporters of Hillary Clinton and called them “sheep” and that he erased black voters in South Carolina in his criticism of how the Democratic Party establishment saw her victory
Drew Franklin is an activist and a 28-year resident of the District of Columbia. He is running as an independent At-Large candidate for the D.C. City Council. His candidacy is a direct challenge to the gentrification, displacement, and development of D.C. at the expense of poor and working class Americans,