The comedy website greeted the GOP frontrunner’s victory in the New Hampshire primary with the surprise release of ‘The Art of the Deal’, a 50-minute streaming film starring Johnny Depp as a very convincing Donald Trump.
At the heart of the matter is Bernie calling out the way Wall Street money has corrupted our democracy and perhaps most especially our election process. So when I went looking for ways to illustrate how that might have come into play on issues of deep concern to me, I found something that was instructive.
GOP presidential candidates are endorsing torture again.
Where Clinton was old news to a new generation, a 74-year-old Washington warhorse emerged as a novel voice of authentic protest against the corruptions and injustices of traditional politics.
Scientists can now make energy by filtering carbon from the air with immense wind turbines. But commercial viability remains a challenge.
“It seems that we—black people—are her winning card,” writes Alexander, author of “The New Jim Crow,” at The Nation. “And it seems we’re eager to get played. Again.”
Here’s my 21st century rule of thumb about this country: If you have to say it over and over, it probably ain’t so.
With so many candidates in the race, especially on the Republican side, it can be hard to keep track of who’s winning, losing and dropping out. Here’s what you need from Tuesday’s primary.
The 21-point victory for Bernie Sanders and twice the vote totals of any other Republican for Donald Trump will send shock waves.