Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib helped flip the House as the first Muslim women in Congress.
Put baldly, for all of you who blame Bernie Sanders for Hillary Clinton's recent devastating loss in the election, that's foolish. Even blaming Independents and Third parties misses the core of the problem.
We have lost, somehow, the ability to merge our differences over issues into solutions that are better because of those differences.
Hillary like many women tends to be more of a nurturer. She has brought up an amazing daughter and kidded recently even though
Republicans aren't solely responsible for income inequality in America any more than Democrats are for the country's immigration problem. It has taken two to tango on these, and a variety of other topics, over the course of decades.
The bar for the Mexican meeting was set pretty low -- all Trump really had to do was get out of it without a major gaffe of any sort.
They all understand the alternative is much too scary to even contemplate. In fact the ability she has to access her incredible is taking declarations from Californians, to show a jury of their peers the various ways in which voters were disenfranchised.
In California, people who identify as 'independent' register as No Party Preference, however, they are allowed to vote for president using a special Democratic, American Independent Party, or Libertarian crossover ballot in counties which opted to use them.
For the parties, affiliation is akin to control. If they can get someone to join their team, it's much easier to influence that person in favor of their candidate and against their opponent.
The recent happenings at the Nevada State Democratic Convention have made abundantly clear that a significant portion of Bernie Sanders followers will never fall in line and support Clinton if she's the Democratic nominee.
With six months before the general election, Clinton of course can't take anything for granted, but if trends among women, minorities and moderates continue in this direction, these voters could feasibly launch her to the White House with an electoral landslide not seen since Reagan in 1980.
But left-leaning Bernie supporters who like the idea of changing the system also know that a Bernie independent run could
On Wednesday. May 4th in Santa Barbara I officially entered the race for President of the United States of America running as an Independent. I am in the race to win, and my platform is unity and a revival of the spirit of free enterprise.
Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton in Indiana on Tuesday. The Senator from Vermont cashed in on his overwhelming support from independent voters, who are allowed to participate in Indiana's open primary.
Hillary represents timid incrementalism at a time when the people are restless for bold transformational change, and at a time when such dramatic change is needed to ensure our survival as a species. Fortunately, we have another choice.
I went to a casual gathering of Democrats yesterday morning and came away with some honest-to-goodness real-life "You Might be a Bernie Bro" jokes. Yes, YOU might be a Bernie Bro if...
At the moment, Hilary Clinton is favored to defeat Bernie Sanders in California's June 7th Democratic Primary. To win, Sanders will have to woo "no party preference" voters as well as Hispanics and women.
Tomorrow's New York primary will be the decisive one, the pundits tell us. It will join a long list of other primaries and caucuses which were also deemed to be the crucial one which would decide the whole race.