Dick Price: Can you imagine where the Sanders campaign would be if over the past year Bernie had gotten anything like the onslaught of free, revenue-boosting coverage that Trump has gotten—or the fawning kid-glove treatment Clinton has received from so many reputable corners?
Tell us—if Hillary Clinton becomes the Democratic Party’s nominee, what you believe are the top 5 reasons she got it.
Dick and Sharon: The White vote no longer rules the roost in California, casting just 48% of Democratic the votes—slightly less than the combined Latino (26%), Asian-American (13%), and African-American (10%) votes.
Dick Price: Using biting humor, of course, but also facts and figures and film, the British comedian nails this absurd process of allowing police departments to seize property without convictions because some police officer alone believes a crime might be going on.
Sharon Kyle: Using the authority to seize property from individuals who won’t get their property back without first going through legal procedures where they bear the burden of proof, some cities are able to substantially supplement their revenue streams.
Dick Price: Bernie Sanders is precisely the kind of populist insurgent the superdelegate system was intended to contain—an older, small-state senator with a Brooklyn accent and thinning hair, not even really a Democrat.
The truth is, more than likely, when the presidential candidates get to Philadelphia, neither Hillary nor Bernie will have the required number of “pledged delegates.”
As we gear up for the long march to November’s election, many of us are struggling with this choice about the Obama campaign, prompting us to launch our LA Progressive survey last Saturday.
After the November election, how will America look in the coming four years?
Occupy and Democrats: dating, marriage, just friends?
How best can the progressive community move the Democratic Party leftward?
Q2 Given the antics of the cavalcade of clowns vying for the Republican presidential nomination, what do you this election cycle? I’m not sure things would get worse than they are under Obama. The same thing that will happen if Barack Bush wins. Economic inequality will continue to increase; wars will be never ending The […]
As a progressive (or liberal or lefty), will you support President Barack Obama’s re-election?