Democrats can't allow Donald Trump to begin his general election campaign attacking Hillary without a strong rebuttal and a unified Party. Hillary is in a difficult situation not wanting to offend Senator Sanders or his supporters by focusing totally on the general election.
If we learned anything this presidential cycle, expect the unexpected, don't trust the polls or pundits, and a majority of Americans think are politics are broken and don't want an establishment candidate. One can only say good luck to Secretary Clinton.
After Winning 7 Straight, Sanders Has the Momentum to Upset Clinton in New York and This Story Proves It
When I shook hands with Hillary Clinton after her rally on the West Side, I kindly asked if she would sign my Bernie Sanders book. Clinton didn't answer, of course, and probably didn't even hear me.
Bernie Sanders Wins Delegate-Rich Wisconsin: He Has Now Defeated Clinton in 7 of the Last 8 Delegate Battles
Bernie Sanders has all of the momentum after another big win in Wisconsin, where 86 delegates are at stake. This marks Sanders' 17th win overall and his 7th consecutive victory.
I am an unabashed supporter of Bernie Sanders. This is not something I hide. That being said, the issue facing the Democrats that will be an even larger issue in November is low voter turn out.
Sen. Sanders Calls Out Lawmaker For Homophobic Slur
Bernie Sanders Declared Early Winner In New Hampshire
Hillary Clinton Touted Fracking Across the Globe, and Only Bernie Sanders Can Be Trusted to Save Us From It
Hillary Clinton has yet to address the issue of fracking during her campaign. She recently vocalized her opposition to Keystone XL and Arctic drilling, but only when it was deemed politically favorable to say so.
“Unless we get our act together, the planet that we’re going to be leaving to our kids and grandchildren will be significantly
The Keystone XL is widely popular among Republicans. On Friday, the House of Representatives approved the Keystone measure
HuffPost's Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Wood candidly explains why Congressional action is the worst approach to fixing the chronic problems within the VA.
... governments are instituted among Men (and we would add Women), deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed
As a member of the U.S. Senate Budget Committee, I am more than aware that a $17 trillion dollar national debt and a $700 billion deficit are serious problems that must be addressed. But I am also aware that real unemployment is close to 14 percent.
With a loud and clear voice, the overwhelming majority of the American people, across the political spectrum, are saying NO to another war in the Middle East -- Syria's bloody and complicated civil war.