Robert Borosage: Sanders is speaking to real pain in the country. He is rousing young voters, showing them that there is an alternative, that America is not limited to a choice between unbridled and increasingly unhinged reaction and incremental politics as usual. Bernie Wins Oregon
Joseph Palermo: Not only will kissing up to figures like Sheldon Adelson and Paul Ryan reveal Trump as a flip-flopper, his fan base has already rejected many of the so-called conservative principles he now must embrace. Trump Fatigue
Barbara MacLean: For a neo-conservative like Madelyn Albright to harangue women about voting for Hillary and get away with it shows the sad weakness of what passes as liberal feminism today.
Ted Vaill: Bernie has waged a spirited campaign, and if he does not win the nomination, at least he will have framed the issues of the Democratic Presidential campaign, pulled Hillary to the left, and kept the electorate interested as well as sharpening Hillary’s debating skills. Crazy Election Year
Patrick Walker and Kevin Zeese: Settling for Hillary Clinton means abandoning the political revolution that Bernie Sanders has inspired. It means unconditional surrender after overcoming many obstacles in a rigged primary.
Carl Matthes: Questions relating to presidential candidates releasing their tax returns do not go away like “water off a duck’s back.”
Walter Brasch: To understand Donald Trump, who may be the greatest political philosopher in recorded history, is as critical to understanding America’s future as it is to understanding the motivations and philosophies of the creature from the black lagoon.
Ernest Canning: Last August, the DNC and the Clinton campaign initiated their effort to rig the nominating process via a joint fundraising effort known as “The Hillary Victory Fund.”
Joseph Palermo: The Bernie Sanders campaign is the only thing going in 2016 that’s giving oxygen to American democracy currently drowning in an ocean of corporate money.
Michael T Hertz: Is it possible that really conservative voters just hate Hillary and will vote even for a social democrat to get rid of her?
Seth Abramson: “If Sanders were to win nine out of ten of the remaining contests, there’s no doubt that some of the super-delegates would panic. There’s no doubt some of them would switch to Sanders.”
Steve Ybarra: It is so much fun watching the Republicants trying to run away from Trump now. Let’s face it, Trump is a payaso (clown).
Tony Butka: Why does the media act like a bunch of genuflecting lick spittles towards these folks? And why do we let them get away with it?