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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) questioned statements about Muslims made by Russell Vought, President Donald Trump's top pick for deputy director of the White House Office of Management and Budget.
Whether globalism is in retreat around the world is debatable but election results in the past two years — the Brexit vote, elections in the US, France and now the UK — confirm the observa...
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WASHINGTON ― Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) tore into one of President Donald Trump's nominees on Wednesday for saying that Islam is "a deficient theology" and that Muslims "stand condemned" for rejectin...
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WASHINGTON ― Last June, John Mattes started noticing something coursing like a virus through the Facebook page he helped administer for Bernie Sanders fans in San Diego. People with no apparent ties t...
WASHINGTON ―The Electoral College formally selected Donald Trump as U.S. president on Monday, even as several electors bucked their states by opting to cast their presidential ballots for someone othe...
The question to Brexit supporters and Trump cheerleaders is this -- despite your legitimate economic arguments, are you being led by the right people into the world that you seek or is your mission being hijacked? All evidence suggests the latter more than the former.
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If only we had our own homegrown Bernie Sanders! Not only for the millions of the subaltern for whom he could be an uncontested messiah, but even for the fictitious middle class in India -- they too need a Bernie Sanders to reveal to them the deep wounds inflicted by the fairy-tale neoliberal boom story. Which political party or media house has asked as to what happened to the Right to Food legislation?
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This presidential election may end up having great implications for both the Republican and Democratic parties. The rise of Trump and Sanders’s protracted battle for nomination suggest that vast segments of voters across constituencies are highly disillusioned. They see hope in leaders who fashion themselves as anti-establishment and exhibit a willingness to support their long ignored concerns.
Sanders has clearly lost the Democratic race. He can still refuse to throw in the towel until the bitter end, but this won't do him much good. But what would happen if he decides to run as an independent or Green Party candidate?