This piece was written in response to the speech Nina Turner made on Martin Luther King day. While you’re at it, stow the bullshit on Bernie Sanders’ and Tulsi Gabbard’s progressivism. Three strikes and you’re out. None of them are… Read More ›
Part Two: I Will Not Vote For Hillary Clinton in 2016, and I Am Done With the Democratic Party. Here’s Why.
I’m back on part two of my article on Hillary Clinton, and why I will not support her if she is the nominated candidate for the Democratic Party. In this part, I will also explain my rejection of the Democratic… Read More ›
Nobody should be surprised that Mitt Romney has chosen Paul Ryan as his running mate. The consummate candidate of the one percent had to fill out his ticket with the appropriate sidekick. If elected, you can be sure of the… Read More ›
Yesterday Elizabeth Warren received 95.77% of the delegate vote at the Massachusetts state primary convention, putting to rest any doubt about her candidacy for the seat the late Ted Kennedy held for 46 years. After receiving the nomination, she commented… Read More ›
In case you haven’t heard, the Senate fell short of the 60 votes needed to confirm former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray as the chief of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). The vote was 53-45 along party lines, falling… Read More ›
I don’t know how many “groups” there are on Facebook, but I know I’m a member of too many groups to keep up with them. I’ve got to tell you there’s a virtual plethora of groups supporting the Democrats. There’s… Read More ›