Five Questions That Senator Sanders Owes It To Democratic Party Progressives To Answer ... Tonight Or Soon
Sen. Sanders is a good man and a genuine progressive. But he hasn’t been given the same level of scrutiny as Hillary Clinton.
Clinton has a far more effective and popular message among Democratic voters.
Here are four facts The Donald seems to have ignored
This is the perfect purple issue for liberals and conservatives, Democrats and Republicans.
A unique moment for this writer: I agree with the Republican presidential candidates.
Let’s see if Gowdy and his fellow Republican colleagues walk the walk, despite all the evidence to the contrary.
Bernie Sanders’ handshake with Hillary Clinton was the high point of the evening.
The Gowdy “investigation” was and is a total, 100 percent partisan sham — a cynical exploitation of the 2012 deaths of four Americans.
All polling data at this stage means little or nothing when it comes to predicting 2016.
There is one place where all of this vitriol and divisiveness seems to disappear and become unimportant.
Hillary Clinton and her campaign have said from the beginning: this is going to be a tough and competitive contest.
Three reasons why I believe the media and GOP piling on Clinton hasn’t affected voter choices.
Hillary’s likable enough, isn’t she?
Why can’t we see more of this spirit of civil disagreement and mutual respect in today’s political culture?
On the issue of sanctions, GOP hypocrisy is impossible to miss.
The mainstream media just might be motivated, however unconsciously, to create a contest on the Democratic side
‘Alright, goodbye Lanny!’
That’s one hell of a claim