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In 2016 Bernie Sanders Will Defeat Cl...

Cornel West and Jill Stein Strike Back

CounterPunch - ‎vor 17 Stunden‎
Superdelegates and other Democrats might have taken similar polls into consideration during the primary/caucus season when Sanders, but not Clinton, from the beginning consistently finished well ahead of Trump. If they want to stop being “freaked out ...

Bernie Sanders slams Trump as he watches the Republican convention from home

Los Angeles Times - ‎21.07.2016‎
Donald Trump's campaign chairman Thursday called Sen. Ted Cruz's refusal to endorse the Republican presidential nominee a "mistake," after Cruz's speech to the party's convention tore open old wounds in what was intended to be a unifying week for the ...

Trump's Speech... When He Quits The Race

Huffington Post - ‎21.07.2016‎
Sam Wang notes that according to state-by-state polls, “the Presidential race shows Hillary Clinton slightly ahead of where Barack Obama was at this point in 2008 and 2012.

US Election: Donald Trump's odds to win shorten yet again on Betfair

Betting.betfair - ‎20.07.2016‎
However none of that is going to change my longstanding prediction that Clinton will become President. Trump's unfavourables are simply too bad to turn around, especially with key voter groups such as women or Latinos.

The Racial Motivation for Putting Hillary in Prison

New Republic - ‎19.07.2016‎
But to anyone watching, the subtext was clear: Elect Donald Trump or minorities will come to kill you. The hum of death and crime harmonized at times with a cathartic certainty that Hillary Clinton should be in prison. The crowd repeatedly broke into ...

The decline of the American empire and rise of Donald Trump

National Observer - ‎21.07.2016‎
In turn, these very conditions have given rise to economic populism, personified by Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump.

The Libertarians' Secret Weapon

The New Yorker - ‎17.07.2016‎
For anti-Trump conservatives still searching for an alternative, Johnson may be the only option. On the left, anti-Clinton Democrats, including some determined supporters of Bernie Sanders, would prefer a candidate who is more socially liberal and ...

Can Univision Swing the 2016 Election?

The Atlantic - ‎19.07.2016‎
That includes the Republican and Democratic national conventions, where Univision journalists will be on the lookout for Latino delegates, said Lourdes Torres, Univision's senior vice president for political coverage and special projects. “On the ...

What if Republicans had nominated Rubio? A dispatch from the reality the GOP would prefer.

Vox - ‎19.07.2016‎
... of Donald Trump. Here's a very plausible alternate history of the past year in which Trump never ran, Marco Rubio became the nominee, and Republicans were, as a result, poised for a tremendous victory in both 2016 and beyond. ... Meanwhile, in the ...

The Time is Now: To Defeat Both Trump and Clintonian Neoliberalism

CounterPunch - ‎19.07.2016‎
On the eve of Trump's show at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Mumia's words are a timely challenge to Bernie Sanders' endorsement this week of Hillary Clinton's drive for the presidency. Sanders' ... She was a speaker at a June 2016 ...

Live from Cleveland: A history of messy and not-so-messy conventions

Brookings Institution (blog) - ‎18.07.2016‎
For instance, does Ted Cruz improve his standing and increase his chances of success next year by making peace with Donald Trump as Reagan did with Ford in 1976? There could be some sore losers, too. Bernie Sanders's endorsement of Clinton spent a ...

Read Bernie Sanders' and Hillary Clinton's Remarks From the Endorsement Rally

TIME - ‎12.07.2016‎
Bernie Sanders endorsed presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton at a rally in New Hampshire on Tuesday, where both spoke about a shared goal of defeating Republican Donald Trump. “This campaign is about the ... And I intend to do everything I ...

Bernie Sanders Abandons the Revolution

CounterPunch - ‎13.07.2016‎
In order to defeat the right, we will need to build powerful, united mass movements and a new political party for the 99% - that will work alongside our movements, rather than against them. Hillary Clinton has the dubious distinction of being the ...

Is their party over?

Socialist Worker Online - ‎19.07.2016‎
THE REPUBLICANS gathered in Cleveland to ratify the verdict of primary voters and choose Donald Trump as their presidential nominee for 2016. A last-minute attempt by the "Never Trump" forces to obstruct his nomination was easily overcome when party ...

There goes the party

Reuters - ‎18.07.2016‎
The presidential system we've devised doesn't incubate third parties, and all the upheaval in 2016 isn't likely to produce a viable socialist party on the left or a separate National Front-style insurrection on the right.

E.J. Dionne on how Clinton should approach 2016 election

National Catholic Reporter - ‎18.07.2016‎
How do the Democrats and, specifically, Secretary of State Clinton, move forward looking at the 2016 election, mindful of the fact that you can get to 270 electoral votes, but unless the numbers in the House shrink, then it's still really hard to ...

South Florida 100 Forum July 24

Sun Sentinel - ‎vor 22 Stunden‎
Looking ahead: In the weeks ahead we will likely navigate through increasingly sensational news on various fronts: terrorism, race relations, and politics.

Harold Evans – the Presidency As Fantasy

Reuters UK - ‎18.07.2016‎
Bernie's protesters at the Nevada convention in Las Vegas in May were more restrained -- if you regard a thrown chair, screaming about the female anatomy, and inciting death threats as democratic discourse in support of democratic socialism ...

Roger Stone's Pro-Trump Rally Will Be The Freak Show To The RNC Circus

Media Matters for America (blog) - ‎17.07.2016‎
The “Unity” rally is slated to feature speakers and hosts with incendiary histories befitting of their support for Trump. The scheduled speakers and hosts have lobbed racist and sexist attacks against opponents; called for Hillary Clinton and Bernie ...