Seth Abramson: Have your supporters harangue the presumptive nominee about making you either Vice President or Secretary of State or (in Sanders’ case) openly supporting your bid to be Senate Minority (or Majority) Leader. Hillary Circa 2008
Frank Fear: The onerous outcome of New York State’s policy is that a large number of people won’t be voting on Tuesday.
Berry Craig: Nader is providing grist for the union-haters’ propaganda mill by writing that “long-entrenched, affluent big union leaders” who support Hillary Clinton for president are trying to lord it over small unions who Feel the Bern.
Paula Fass: She seems incapable of understanding and sympathizing with the problems of several generations of post 1980s young adults for whom success in careers and in family formation has become extremely challenging.
Stephen Fox: Bill and Hillary back in the White House just seem wrong, an unrepeatable part of the past, whereas Bernie speaks to the seasoned pacifist and idealist that I am. Problems with Hillary
Robert Nelson: Donald Trump’s success in the recent primaries has put the word ‘fascism’ squarely on our national agenda. Given the human suffering that fascism inflicted, it is well worth researching the causes. Fascism Coming
e are all becoming aware of voter anger as the primary season progresses. Some have explained this anger as stemming from the loss of manufacturing jobs. Whatever the cause, the anger exists – and it is exploding in part in allegations of voter fraud, particularly directed at the Clintons. When Bill Clinton showed up in […]
Lila Garrett: Maybe it’s what they don’t have that accounts for their happiness. The first three things they don’t have is Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, and Hillary Clinton running for President.
John Peeler: When the Republican Party is poised to nominate a proto-fascist, progressives will need, in these next months, to get behind Hillary Clinton, or they could find themselves under the boots of President Trump.
Brent Budowsky: I am arguing that the data are screaming a message that cannot be denied: Across the universe of match-up polls, Sanders runs stronger than Clinton, Trump, Cruz, Rubio and Kasich. Period.
John Peeler: Perhaps the most striking finding is that Hillary got 58 percent of those identifying themselves as Democrats, while Bernie was supported by 71 percent of those declaring themselves Independents (27 percent of the sample). Sanders Takes Michigan
Steven Singer: That’s right – the 2016 Democratic Presidential candidate who has been endorsed by the leaders of the national teachers unions has a corporate education reformer running her campaign.
John Marciano: I’ll believe Clinton is sincere about domestic gun deaths and gun control when she shows the same concern for children in the Middle East and Asia who have been massacred by the weapons that she, as Senator and Secretary of State, helped fund and export to murderous regimes.