Trump's toxic stew - demagogic, divisive, brutish, misanthropic, incendiary and violent - struck a nerve among a section of the electorate and frightened others.
Does it really matter who becomes President of the United States? It sure does!
All of Clinton's strong progressive positions on a host of issues could be subverted if the country remains on a Wall St.-backed policy that feeds the fires of war.
We don't need a wall; we need a bridge. We are neighbors, bound together by geography and by history.
Political boundaries are being eclipsed and thinking reshaped. Seeds of change are being sown and foundations are being laid for deeper-going changes.
Sanders was asked a very important question looming in the minds of American Indian voters, and could have done much more.
If you stretch out your time frame, the results of Bernie's showing in Iowa are a big quake on the Richter scale of American politics.
Catchy enough, but what does it mean: two very different interpretations came to my mind.
Historical blindness has been much on display in the run-up to the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries.
Here are excerpts from a letter by Michael Moore that appeared today. The original letter by Moore is taken from his website.