People are beginning to take matters into their own hands. That's an emotional response difficult for politicians to channel.
Senate Republicans are flipping off the President of the United States by refusing to conduct a confirmation hearing for his nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court.
"We all win when Bernie Sanders runs. We need him to continue through the Democratic Convention and beyond."
More people are realizing that the priority for November has to be not merely stopping Trump, but stopping the Republican candidate whoever he may be.
Yesterday, President Obama nominated Judge Merrick Garland to fill the vacancy left by Scalia.
No matter who wins the Democratic nomination, the candidate will need the enthusiasm being generated by the Sanders campaign to win in November.
The five points of the Five for Florida plan are each euphemistically put conservative talking points.
"The peoples' revolution, the political revolution," is spreading, Sanders said.
The Sanders campaign is a major factor in re-igniting the flame of struggle for a more just society.
A growing number of foreign diplomats are complaining to U.S. government officials about Donald Trump.