It will soon be time to face the reality of the two-party system; either the Republicans or the Democrats will win the presidency.
Politics as usual won't change things. It will take a wave election, a sweeping rebuke to the obstructionist Republican Congress, for anything to happen.
American politics is conducted in a two-party, winner-take-all system. We have to play the cards dealt as we fight to change the rules of the game.
I'll start by saying I don't believe in utopia, and I don't trust utopians.
Win or lose, American politics will never be the same again because radical new ideas have been discussed widely and new forces have energized the electoral arena.
This article is an excerpt from the upcoming autobiography of former People's World editor and long-time correspondent, Tim Wheeler.
Sanders is setting an example for a new form of political independence. Hopefully his supporters are all getting the message.
The F-word is back - no, not that F-word - the other one: fascism; and no one can take more credit for its comeback than Donald Trump.
This column is the author's response to Paul Krugman's column in the April 15, 2016 edition of the New York Times.
The nomination battle is tearing the Republicans apart...or is it? If we only pay attention to the presidential contest, we could miss out on some important factors in this election.