Tag Archives: Democratic Primary

Solutions for a Revolution: How Bernie Sanders Supporters Can Save the Movement

I’ve been exceptionally hard on Bernie Sanders and his supporters this election cycle. Anyone that reads this blog can tell you that the majority of my posts are critical of the senator and his so-called “revolution.” Truthfully though, there’s a … Continue reading

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Bernie’s Big Lie: A Contested Convention in July

I’m actually in the process of crafting a longer essay on how I believe the Bernie Sanders movement can continue after the nominating process is over, but new information cluttered my morning newsfeed, so here we are. Multiple sources reported … Continue reading

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Immersive Politics: My Brief Experience with the Clinton Campaign

On an unseasonably warm day in March, I met Eric at a hipster coffee shop in North Buffalo. He wasn’t hard to spot. Visibly exhausted, he half-heartedly plucked at his computer keys from behind the Hillary logo slapped across his … Continue reading

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Disturbing the Nest: My Brief Experience with the Bernie Sanders Revolution

  Call it an ad hoc anthropologic exercise. One minute you’re busily going through your daily routine, getting the kids breakfast, making sure they’re not setting fire to the furniture, the next you’re delving into the world of the Bernie … Continue reading

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South Carolina and Nevada by the Numbers

After a long week, the people have spoken in Nevada and South Carolina. Though the presumptive frontrunners may appear to have this race wrapped up, it’s probably better to take a breath and look at where the election stands. In … Continue reading

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Here’s comes the revolution, but it’s not what you think

  “What Iowa has begun tonight is a political revolution. A political revolution that says when millions of people come together, many who have never been involved in the political process, when they come together and say enough is enough … Continue reading

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TrollPatrol2: A Countdown of the Worst People on Social Media This Week

#10 Doesn’t it seem like ComicCon comes earlier every year? #9 American political cynicism at its finest. #8 Let’s see. Pig. Rich baby boy. Bullying. Whining. Very rich scum bag. Are you sure there’s nothing more? #7 I’m sensing sarcasm, … Continue reading

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Our Iowa Hangover: What Now?

Republicans In an upset victory, Ted Cruz finished first in the nation’s first election of 2016 by capturing 28% of the popular vote to Donald Trump’s 24%. He began his victory speech by framing his win in terms familiar to … Continue reading

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Clinton’s Dead Horse: Emails

For her foes, the timing couldn’t be better. On Friday afternoon, just three days before the Iowa Caucuses determine the tone for the Democratic Primary, State Department spokesman John Kirby spoke with reporters, saying in part: “I can confirm that … Continue reading

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