Posts Tagged ‘ Bernie Sanders ’

Media Blacks Out Coverage Of Suit Against The DNC

May 15th, 2017 | By

While the mainstream media have been doggedly and extensively covering any narrative that casts President Donald Trump in a negative light, there is one story the reporters and pundits largely have spurned: the lawsuit looming over the Democratic National Committee alleging it favored former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. The

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Bernie Sanders Support Of Keith Ellison For DNC Chair Next Test Of His Movement

Feb 22nd, 2017 | By

The Kansas Democratic Party was searching for a big name to headline its annual dinner and asked the candidates running to be chairman of the Democratic National Committee for help landing a guest.

GINGPAC Chairman William J. Murray Interviewed About ‘Utopian Road To Hell’

Mar 4th, 2016 | By

If anyone should know the answer as to whether America is being led down the wrong path its William J. Murray, “son of former atheist apologist Madalyn Murray O’Hair.” O’Hair was the founder of American Atheists and the organization’s president from 1963 to 1986. O’Hair is best known for being a plaintiff in the landmark case of Murray v Curlett, the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that ended prayer in American public schools in 1963.

Is Bernie Sanders A Communist?

Mar 1st, 2016 | By

Today Sanders still calls himself a socialist, but he says don’t worry – “I don’t believe the government should take over the grocery store down the street or the means of production.” I guess the next question one should ask a socialist is, “Why not?” Has Sanders’ definition of socialism changed since he was a member of the Young People’s Socialist League that called for a complete overthrow of the capitalist system to be replaced by “a worldwide socialistic cooperative commonwealth”?

STEPHEN MOORE: Socialism’s Strange Appeal

Feb 22nd, 2016 | By

When I was a smart aleck college student I had a sign on my dorm door that read: “Reality is for those who can’t handle drugs.” Maybe the 2016 version should go like this: “Bernie Sanders and socialism are for those who can’t handle reality.” Socialism’s comeback is mystifying to most clear-thinking people.

All Aboard Starship Bernie!

Feb 17th, 2016 | By

In the New Hampshire Democratic primary, Sanders was supported by 84% of 17-to-29 year-olds — those least connected to reality. Even the nonstudents among them have little life experience. If they have jobs, they’ve only been working a few years. Many still live at home with their parents. Most are unmarried and don’t have children to raise or mortgages to pay. That’s why they can so easily fall for a codger peddling recycled nostrums.

CHARLES HURT: Racial Profiling Clintons Rev Up DNC Machine, The Last Plantation In America

Feb 12th, 2016 | By

Hillary Clinton’s “firewall,” they call it. They don’t even wink and nod anymore. But they all know what they mean by it. By “they,” we are talking about the Democratic Party, the last plantation left in America. And by “firewall,” they are talking about the black voters they haul out every election …

Blowout! Trump Wins Yuuge In 1st Primary Of Season

Feb 10th, 2016 | By

It’s official: GOP front-runner Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders are the winners of the first primary of the 2016 election season in New Hampshire Tuesday.

Mike Huckabee Ends Campaign For White House

Feb 2nd, 2016 | By

Last night, GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee ended his campaign for the White House. Huckabee received 2% of the votes in the Iowa Caucuses. Huckabee was endorsed by GING-PAC as a strong social conservative and committed Christian. Sen. Ted Cruz won the GOP vote; Hillary Clinton barely won against socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders Support Marijuana Reform, Citing Faulty Data

Nov 30th, 2015 | By

The “war on drugs” has become a chief target for Democratic presidential hopefuls who use outsized rhetoric to say drug laws, particularly those regarding marijuana, are filling the nation’s prisons and jails with nonviolent offenders who shouldn’t be behind bars.