5 things you can do to keep fighting without Bernie Sanders.
Bernie will have to reconcile with his socialist feminist base now that he has publicly endorsed a man who was accused of sexual assault.
The results from yesterdays primaries in Illinois, Florida, and Arizona should be considered void and another election should be held and held remotely with absentee ballots. The Biden campaign and the DNC both demonstrated a blatant disregard for people’s safety by encouraging people to still show up and vote in person while in the middleContinue reading “Bernie Should Stay in the Race Until The Convention”
It could mean life or death for those most vulnerable.
I know we want this to be easy, but it was never going to be. Now is not the time to quit.
Bill Palmer, political “analyist” and blogger, is one of, if not the most, insufferable “writers” to ever disgrace the twittersphere. His contrived blog, The Palmer Report, masquerades as journalism when it is in fact nothing but unorignial lazy slaps against an easy target (Trump) and a continued intellecutalization (if it can so be called) asContinue reading “Bill Palmer, the Worst Liberal Hack on Twitter”
The former Clinton staffers working for her might have something to do with it.
My personal endorsements for California’s 2020 Primary
When Bernie quoted Nelson Mandela at the end of last night’s debate, he actually made one of the most subtle political chess moves I have ever seen.
Progressives don’t like Liz Warren, they like the idea they have of Liz Warren. The real Warren has a track record that is anything but “progressive.”
To be better organizers, we must make self reflection a common practice.
Two words, purple ketchup.
More goes on behind closed doors Than you shall ever know. Yes, corruption and malfeasance But that is not what I mean. Behind closed doors, An abused partner cries. Behind closed doors A child’s dream is denied, Because Mommy got fired. Behind closed doors A young man cleans up his Grandmother’s urine Just like sheContinue reading “Behind Closed Doors, A Poem”