I'm no Democrat, but those who insist there's no difference between the two major parties must understand Trump's campaign is based on racism and bigotry.
Are blacks voting against their own interests? Are they a "captured group" who would be better off if they weren't so pro-Democrat?
The left hasn't had a real inside/outside strategy since the '30s Popular Front or Jackson's '80s campaigns. New curriculum says it's time to try again.
"I am frankly puzzled by a recent op-ed piece that appeared in People's World."
Is Webb trying to discourage people from supporting Clinton? We don't think so. We think he is shadow boxing a specter he calls "some" on the left.
Trump claims he'll lose the election only if Democrats cheat at the polls, but the only ones cheating at elections are Republicans.
Programs that were working have been gutted, discredited, defunded, and attacked by Trump's Republican pals. Now he wants black voters to trust him?
"Does Clinton understand that the biggest divide in American politics is no longer between the right and the left, but between the anti-establishment and the establishment?"
What does it mean to vote your conscience, and what does it mean to vote for the greater good?
Even if the Occupy slogan doesn't capture the main political dynamic of the present moment, its value lies in the fact that it gives us a star to steer by.