Tag: bernie sanders

last chance: get real real. . . .  bernie sanders can’t lead the revolution

last chance: get real real. . . . bernie sanders can’t lead the revolution

| January 31, 2017

  rootfolks poets press hear, you must hear what the people say . . .  speak out, you got to speak out against the madness, you got to speak your mind / if you dare.—david crosby, long time gone the outcome (of the election) placed total control of the government — executive, congress, the supreme […]

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The lesser of two evils not a viable moral political option

The lesser of two evils not a viable moral political option

| September 13, 2016

By Ky Milton Special to Frost Illustrated Ever since I can remember I’ve been intrigued by politics. One of my earliest memories dates back to sixth grade. I was a part of a project to get our school involved in the Bush vs. Gore election. I became mesmerized with the order of government. I was […]

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Political discourse, or ideological interpretations?

Political discourse, or ideological interpretations?

| June 17, 2016

By Victor Zápari Special Columnist for El Mexicano and Frost Illustrated “Make America Great Again,” “Hillary for America” and “A Future to Believe In,” but what do these campaign slogans mean? Are they supposed to have a fixed meaning at all? Over the years as the political process has evolved, politics have also become a […]

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Trump delivers Indiana knockout blow to Cruz, Kasich; Sanders plays rope-a-dope to survive another round against Hillary

Trump delivers Indiana knockout blow to Cruz, Kasich; Sanders plays rope-a-dope to survive another round against Hillary

| May 9, 2016

Ballot set for Nov. 8 Allen County elections Stutzman defeated in U.S. Senate primary; unorthodox candidate wins for Democrats in 3rd District House race   INDIANA—As expected, Indiana’s May 3 Primary Election proved crucial for some in this year’s heated presidential contest. For Senator Ted Cruz, the Hoosier contest was a do or die affair […]

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Democrats, Republicans continue to ignore black voters

Democrats, Republicans continue to ignore black voters

| March 7, 2016

By Raynard Jackson NNPA News Wire Columnist Another election cycle, another year of blacks being sold out by their media-appointed leadership. Why am I the only one who seems amazed at how Hillary Clinton is so ostentatiously pimping black folks for her own personal gain? Clinton has spent more time in the black community in […]

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Blackonomics: The silly season is upon us

Blackonomics: The silly season is upon us

| March 7, 2016

By James Clingman NNPA News Wire Columnist The “Silly Season,” as many call it, is well under way; and black people are up to our necks in it. The usual suspects are jockeying for position with certain presidential candidates. They are vying for the black spokesperson position, knocking one another down as they rush toward […]

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Hillary Clinton meets with civil rights groups, black millennials

Hillary Clinton meets with civil rights groups, black millennials

| March 1, 2016

By Freddie Allen NNPA News Wire Senior Washington Correspondent A few days before presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton racked up a huge win in Nevada’s Democratic primary, largely thanks to the overwhelming support that she received from black voters, the former secretary of state met with civil rights leaders for a frank discussion about the 21st […]

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Blackonomics: Hillary, Bernie discover, rediscover black people

Blackonomics: Hillary, Bernie discover, rediscover black people

| March 1, 2016

By James Clingman NNPA News Wire Columnist One thing is for sure; black folks are enjoying this latest political mating dance with Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. Sanders is discovering black people in South Carolina and Georgia, and Clinton has reopened the “leading blacks” vault to rediscover their loyalty and willingness to present her to […]

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In it to win it—my head says Hillary, my heart says Bernie

In it to win it—my head says Hillary, my heart says Bernie

| February 17, 2016

By Julianne Malveaux NNPA News Wire Columnist I am looking forward to Nov. 8, 2016, and to voting for Hillary Rodham Clinton to lead these United States. I am so extremely excited that a woman of character, experience, and discernment can lead our nation. Even as I look forward to the November vote, I am […]

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Blackonomics: Raising money or just raising Cain?

Blackonomics: Raising money or just raising Cain?

| February 16, 2016

By James Clingman NNPA News Wire Columnist Bernie Sanders raised $20 million with the average donation being just $27. What is wrong with black folks? For decades conscious black leaders have cajoled, encouraged, admonished, and begged us to raise money among ourselves, a small amount from a lot of people, you know, the way Marcus […]

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