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Hillary Clinton brings up climate change in the Presidential debate (but not the moderator)

By Meteor Blades Despite the fact that polls indicate most Americans put a low priority on dealing with the climate crisis (with the percentages giving it a high priority registering in just single digits), our leadership needs to make clear—in oratory and policy—that this is no single-digit matter. While there have been some important moves in the right direction the […]

September 27th

Trump vs Clinton Presidential Debate – two different realities

By Alex Samuels “When they go low, we go high.” Michelle Obama’s already-iconic words from the DNC are still echoing throughout the 2016 presidential race, and never before have they been so apropos as during the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. With brazen falsehoods and pugilistic interruptions, Trump fell far short […]

September 26th

Clinton vs Trump vs Congress on fixing America’s decrepit infrastructure

By Meteor Blades Both Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump have laid out plans for tens of billions to be spent on restoring America’s infrastructure as well as innovating some modernization. Clinton’s $275 billion, five-year plan, not surprisingly, contains solid detail. In place of specifics, Trump’s plan, which proposes $1 trillion in spending and leverage over the same period, depends, as you […]

September 20th

Watch Bernie Sanders live: “Where we go from here”

By Jeremy Bloom There was some speculation that Bernie Sanders was about to endorse Hillary Clinton for President. As we listen to his address to supporters at a town hall meeting in New York City, it’s pretty clear that’s not happening. So far, this has been a standard speech. He’s continuing to fire up his movement – […]

June 23rd

Vote for Bernie today, tomorrow unite to defeat Trump

By Meteor Blades I voted for Bernie Sanders this morning in the California primary. Come November I will vote for Hillary Clinton in the general election. That doesn’t mean I’m giving up on the “political revolution.” On the contrary. That revolution is not the blood-in-the-streets kind that some stubborn anti-Sanders critics claim is the only kind there is, but rather a non-violent […]

June 7th