[E]ven an impeachment trial did not succeed in removing Trump. How is Biden going to do it? Or someone like Sanders ... ?
[S]uperdelegates will determine Trump’s opponent on Nov. 3 ... This is the main threat to U.S. democracy, not phobias, rumors and fabricated data on coronavirus and Russian hackers.
Everything is possible, as it was in 2016 with the unexpected victory of a political 'outsider' who governs by posting outrageous and dim-witted tweets.
Biden would do well to take a closer look at the policy agenda of the Democratic left if he wants to stitch together a winning platform.
[M]illennials appear to ignore a fundamental aspect of “real socialism,” that it’s linked to social control and repression.
Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders represent two utterly different platforms.
<i>There is still a long way to go, but the regrouping of the moderate vote has turned out in favor of the former vice president.</i>
Super Tuesday has resolved the crisis of trust in Joe Biden’s candidacy, and has reduced the brawl for the Democratic presidential nomination to a race between him and Social [Read more]