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?
Steve Ybarra: This week is the week where the Hillary campaign will prove its incompetence in securing Latino voters.
Peter Laarman: I have been reading and hearing that there is considerable mourning among the ranks of the good Christian soldiers of Iowa and elsewhere that Ted’s path was “foreclosed” by the Trump juggernaut.
Ron Briley: Similar to Moses, Sanders may not be able to make it to the Promised Land in 2016, but his campaign demonstrates that Americans of a younger generation, unlike my late parents, are open to fundamental restricting of the system and moving beyond demagogic scapegoating.
Stephen Fox: New York Attorney General Erick Schneiderman should ask for the participation of Jimmy Carter’s organization, plus UN Observers, plus FBI computer forensic experts.
Enrique Buelna: Trump has wasted no time in targeting “illegals”—especially Mexicans—for causing the nation’s economic woes.
Seth Abramson: When all Wall Street speeches given by all presidential candidates have been released, Americans will be able to find out, once and for all, what the candidate most likely to become President actually believes about the topic Americans consider far and away the most important.
Lawrence Wittner: he reluctance of the Times Union to report on how residents in its own region had voted, like the negligible coverage the newspaper gave to the vibrant local Sanders campaign in the months leading up to the Presidential primary, is really quite remarkable.
Rick Gardner: A couple of weeks ago I decided to throw my hat in the ring and run as a delegate to the Democrat’s Philadelphia Convention — pledged to Bernie Sanders.
Carl Matthes: Donald Trump would “have the guts” to drop an atom bomb according to Bobby Knight, former coach of the Indiana Hoosiers basketball team who recently endorsed him for president.
Joseph Palermo: The same Republican leaders who mined birtherism, xenophobia, and racist dog whistles for political gold, and who failed to stop the Trump clown car when they had the chance, are now gearing up to pantomime a unified party. presumptive nominee