The headline immediately caught my eye. I lived in Texas for 15 years. I gave birth to two daughters there. Texas is now ranked as having the highest maternal mortality rate in […]
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“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.
Sanders-surrogate Nina Turner is superb at coining quotable phrases. At the recent The People’s Summit in Chicago, Turner admonished the audience not to sit back and observe injustice, but to become […]
The hashtag #OurRevolution started trending within the first hour of Bernie Sanders’ live-stream address of June 16 (https://youtu.be/RzHSNjctOCk). In the first twenty-four hours after the address, over 20,000 individuals had contacted the berniesanders.com/win web […]
“United we stand, divided we fall” is the state motto of Kentucky. It makes good sense. People who are constantly squabbling with each other are neither productive nor happy. When a nation […]
A campaign slogan can say a lot about a candidate. Bernie Sanders’ “A Future to Believe In” campaign slogan reveals Bernie’s innate optimism and faith in future generations (e.g., the Millennial generation) […]
Bernie Sanders is perhaps the only presidential candidate ever to visit Indian Country to hold town hall meetings and discuss Native American concerns. That it’s taken over two-hundred years for any candidate […]
One of Bernie Sander’s most eloquent surrogates (designated speakers) is former Ohio state senator Nina Turner. When Nina walks up to the podium at a rally the atmosphere becomes electric.