Senator Bernie Sanders would make an excellent kindergarten teacher.
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This past year was a year of protest in the U.S. There were civil disobedience protests during “Democracy Spring” on the steps of the Capitol Building to voice outrage at the big […]
Most states have set aside areas to preserve what the land used to be like before the coming of the Europeans. A place that’s as close to its original character as possible… […]
Richard Masters runs MCS Industries, the largest manufacturer of picture frames and mirrors in the U.S., but profits have shrunk in recent years in spite of their growth in sales.
Dear Sir: This is probably one of many emails regarding The Dakota Access Pipeline you have received and will receive, so I will keep it short and to the point.
YahNé Ndgo, surrogate for Jill Stein, gave a rousing rally speech for Toledo-area Greens recently, reminding her audience you can’t vote against someone, you can only vote for someone.
With so much negativity expressed this presidential election, it’s refreshing when voters express positive reasons and a sense of joy for supporting a candidate.
Clara Jeffery, editor-in-chief of Mother Jones magazine, recently tweeted how third party candidates (such as Gary Johnson and Jill Stein) attract young voters more than her favorite candidate, Hillary Clinton. Jeffery stated, […]
American Life, Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Donald Trump, Economic Policy, Election 2016, Eye of the Storm, Foreign Policy, Gary Johnson, Green Party, Hillary Clinton, Jill Stein, Libertarian Party, Republican Party
Many Americans can’t ignore what the North American Free Trade Agreement (“NAFTA”) did to their communities.
Dr. Jill Stein, a Harvard-trained internist, says she now practices “political medicine” to treat the “mother of all illnesses” which ails our country, the corrupt political duopoly.
“We are not living in a democracy, my friends,” says California DNC Sanders delegate Ava Kennedy. “And this is why we are in the midst of a political revolution.”
“What you see on TV is not what really happened,” says Dennis Slotnick, a Bernie Sanders delegate to the Democratic National Convention from Ohio’s 5th congressional district
Like many other Americans, I’m not by nature a “political person.” Before this past year, I’d say I voted regularly and served on juries, but the “game” of party politics didn’t interest […]
In 1932, a former Democratic governor of New York, named Franklin D. Roosevelt, was given a slim chance of winning his party’s nomination for the presidency.