John Edwards

"He can’t prosecute him [Trump]. All he can do is write a report about him, so write the goddamned thing and get it over with now.”
There was a time when the idea of posting videos on the internet documenting your travels and work was a novel concept in
HBO will also produce a mini-series based on the "Game Change" authors latest.
"As ridiculous as Trump is, he does come off as an alpha."
The only way to know for sure is to see his federal income tax returns. But there is indeed evidence already in the public domain that suggests that, on top of being a racist, a misogynist, and a xenophobe, Donald Trump is a tax cheat.
Hillary is redefining how all American women work and are seen in the world, she is the leading the evolution of our species towards equality. Like her or not, Hillary Clinton is our champion. Voting Hillary Clinton in to the seat of power is a game changer for all us women, it shifts us all.
Thank you for reawakening a wave of excitement within the Democratic Party. Thank you for championing a list of issues that I could heartily agree with, and for refusing to be distracted from your agenda by the usual mudslinging and other negative campaigning tactics so common in politics today.
We have the facts at our fingertips, with the ability to ferret the truth in an instant. Yet on most days we've lost our collective grip on the truthful narrative of campaign coverage.
Democratic populism seems to be growing. If Sanders falls short this time around, the next time a populist runs, they may actually succeed. Bernie has already gone a long way towards transforming the Democratic Party into a much more people-centered party.
Although at the present time it's kind of hard to believe, there is a faction of the Republican Party which looks towards the future and sees some very problematic demographic shifts awaiting it.
Almost all of my Boston friends are Clinton or Sanders voters, with a few Kasich and Rubio (poor Marco!) supporters sprinkled around. The idea of supporting Donald Trump is so far outside the realm of their life experiences that it regularly defies belief.
Voting is finally about to begin in the Republican and Democratic presidential primary contests. That's exciting. But it may not last.
"This case has ingredients I've spent my life working on."
Edwards "was so fixed on becoming a national figure that his Senate service was basically over," Reid said. "That's what I see in Marco Rubio."
Every day a variation of this quote comes from Bernie Sanders' upstart presidential campaign. The trouble is, Bernie Sanders didn't say it. John Edwards did -- in his failed 2008 presidential bid. And there are some important lessons for the Sanders Campaign to heed from that race.