We may be bearing witness to McConnell’s last stand.
Bolstered by recollections from his youth, Sen. Bernie Sanders spoke of his desire to “transform this country.”
If he calls, they will come.
Despite shifting political tides in the house, Wall Street has plenty to celebrate.
Several polls show Trump’s bid for re-election will be difficult.
Black voters increasingly view Black political leadership as complicit in covering up Wall Street crimes.
The campaign says Sanders’s candidacy has “a level of grassroots support of unprecedented size and excitement.”
Chicago’s failed neoliberal mayor is on a public relations blitz to re-emerge as a strategist for Democrats.
Sanders is still the most popular elected lawmaker in the U.S., putting him in a strong position.