The 2012 GOP autopsy report identified six important areas of concern that needed to be addressed ahead of the 2016 presidential election. However, as a wise woman once said, "It's easy to diagnose the problem. It's harder to do something about the problem."Read More
Will Bernie Sanders' supporters finally figure out the closed primary system? Will the new Mason-Dixon Line now extend as far north as Connecticut? Will poor people finally hear Sanders' message and vote for him? Will Sanders claim his campaign still has all the momentum on the campaign trail in West Virginia? Will Hillary Clinton finally have earned the "Philadelphia Freedom" to finally put the horse race media narrative to bed once and for all?
All these questions and more to be discussed on your Primary 3.0 Open Thread!
The Bernie or Bust movement believes themselves to be indispensable. However, much like the Hillary or Bust movement in 2008 these folks will inevitably either jump on board with the Democratic Party's nominee or will go down as a simple footnote in history.Read More
"Progressive" sites that chose to tear down Barack Obama, criminalize the Democratic party, and back Bernie Sanders unabashedly should not be allowed back in the good graces of progressives when they try to reposition themselves after Bernie's loss. Like Bernie Sanders' campaign itself, these sites no longer deserve be taken seriously.Read More
In New York, like the country, it came down to a battle of volume vs. votes, and the votes carried the day.Read More
Will Bernie Sanders supporters learn how a closed primary works? Will Sanders' series of unfortunate events in New York hurt him at the polls? Will the New York Catholic population be won over by Sanders' whirlwind Vatican adventure? Will New York be considered a "southern" or "Confederate" state when the night is done? And will Hillary Clinton receive any positive media coverage should she win going away?
All these questions and more to be discussed with your New York primary open thread!
In two months time, Bernie Sanders supporters will be dismayed and disheveled after an evitable primary loss. How they respond to this loss depends on them: do they simply give up on the political process and everything their candidate fought for? Or do they adopt a candidate who shares an overwhelming majority of policy positions with Sanders himself who can win come November?Read More
An up-to-the-minute countdown of Senator Sanders' promise to release his tax returns on April 15.Read More
Bernie Sanders is finally fundraising for a few Democrats, but it seems to be more an exercise in political nepotism than in support of a broad based Democratic victory in November.Read More
There's money to be made in being a turncoat.Read More
From stealing confidential voter data to lies about endorsements to malicious attacks on Civil Rights leaders, Bernie Sanders' campaign realities of deceit and dishonesty belie his media persona.Read More
Both Bill and Hillary Clinton has been under fire for their role in the passage of the 1994 Crime Bill, a bill that Bernie Sanders voted for. What critics won't tell you is how the history behind the bill and the culture of mid-1990s America created a nearly impossible situation for the Clinton White House.Read More
The stretch is so big that some of the Right's best conspiracy theorists won't touch it.Read More
Bernie Sanders peddled talk of political revolution sweeping not just him into power but his agenda into law in his interview with the Daily News. Mathematical reality tells a very different story.Read More
Bernie Sanders' New York Daily News interview exposes the soft spot in his campaign: he never prepared to be a serious candidate for president.Read More