Monthly Archives: February 2016

Vetting Bernie Sanders

Sanders says he’s the lifelong progressive, an independent, a democratic socialist. He says he’s long been committed to and has long advocated progressive values. He says he can inspire a political revolution that will even the playing field that has … Continue reading

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Berned Out

With Clinton’s victory in Nevada, lead in South Carolina, and odds to win at least 6 or 7 of the 11 contests on Super Tuesday, and the big states, Sanders’ path to the nomination is now an obstacle course. Today … Continue reading

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The Grossly Odiferous Pomposity Debate

I could not bear watching the GOP debate last night, but I did my best to make it through a transcript. Hats off to whomever managed to follow that shitstorm closely enough to produce that thing. Oh my. I thought … Continue reading

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Talkin’ About a Revolution

50% more Republican voters participated in last week’s Iowa caucus than did in 2012 while Democratic participation dropped 30% from 2008. The party reported 171,109 caucus-goers this year compared to nearly 240,000 in 2008. We find a similar story in … Continue reading

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