Sanders supporters understand very well how the process works and what kind of candidate is supposed to make it to the end.
Such open shade-throwing is unlikely to endear many Sanders supporters to a party that will need them in November and beyond.
It does not help Clinton that the chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee defends a closed primary system that disenfranchises voters.
Shadowproof interviewed a number of Americans who are refusing to vote for Hillary Clinton, come what may.
The “pragmatic” policies advocated by politicians have consequences. There is an aftermath, and in the case of Clinton, it usually is a bloody one.
Ralph Nader’s candidacy is used to stifle discussion about how to democratize elections and supporting alternatives to the establishment’s chosen candidate.
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
The Democratic National Committee announced it will be reversing restrictions introduced in 2008 that banned donations from federal lobbyists and PAC’s.
Random thoughts and musings on the Democratic race, as well as the entire 2016 Election and U.S. media coverage: —Tribalism has no place in what we do here. We do not care about what candidate you support in the presidential election. What we care about is the policies and positions, which
On a few recent occasions, Senator Sanders has been instrumental in securing important political victories for the White House at the public’s expense.