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The Revolution May Not Be Televised, But Bernie Sanders Is Going All The Way
First the political powers that be tried to count Bernie Sanders out after Super Tuesday, only to watch him come roaring back with a Michigan miracle that shocked the political world. After being given a 1 in 100 chance by pollsters of winning the Wolverine State, Sanders knocked down the Clinton...
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Run, Bernie, Please Keep Running
We all win when Bernie Sanders runs. We need him to continue through the Democratic Convention and beyond. You can pardon my enthusiasm, but I’ll now be sending him my $27. That Bernie came in second in this past Tuesday’s primaries doesn’t mean much. He got more than enough votes to justify an...
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Sanders Claims 'Game-Changing' Win as Revolution Revs Engine in Michigan
Supporters of Bernie Sanders upend naysayers, pundits, and polls by delivering primary win in bellwether state
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Sanders Surge Eyes Nevada and South Carolina as Clinton Firewalls Show Cracks
"They took [black voters] for granted and underestimated Bernie’s support... They’ve now discovered there are black folks 'feeling the Bern.'"
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Bernie Sanders Is Changing Hillary Clinton One Day (and One Debate) at a Time
Clinton refined her message in Milwaukee last night. ​
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I Thought Sanders Was Bad for Black People. These Women Changed My Mind.
The candidate's economic plan is more important than I realized.
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Backing Bernie's Boldness, South Carolina Lawmaker Flips on Clinton
Hillary Clinton represents 'status quo,' says Justin Bamberg, who is representing the family of Walter Scott, a black man shot and killed last year by a police officer
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If Ohio Bans Gerrymandering Today, There Could be Hope for American Democracy
As voters go to the polls today in communities across the country, one state considers a bold fix for our broken political process.
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News From the Frontlines of the GOP’s War on Voting
Less than four weeks away from a crucial election that may see control of the Senate shift to the GOP, there’s a bitter fight underway. Activists are battling a wave of restrictive new voting laws passed over the past few years by Republican-controlled legislatures. In recent weeks, the courts have...
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Returning the Favor: Protecting Men From Themselves and Their Too-Often Iffy Judgment
Oklahoma State Senator Judy Eason McIntyre at a rally protesting that state's Personhood bill Following their God-given nurturing instincts, women legislators are increasingly proposing bills aimed at monitoring sexual health issues for men clearly ill-equipped to make those decisions for...
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