Despite enthusiasm among young people for Bernie Sanders’ socialist movement, young people failed to wake up to vote for him in primaries to date, allowing Joe Biden to take the lead while getting drubbed by Bernie among the young.
Survey from YouGov says 70% of millennials would vote for a socialist and 30% have a favorable view of communism. Are you surprised? Or did you think the numbers would be higher?
The Business Roundtable, a group of some 200 corporations, sign an official statement that their purpose is no longer just to produce a return for their shareholders, but to provide social justice for their employees, suppliers, communities and to the planet.
Is it born to die? If Capitalism in America eventually leads to the workers rising with pitchforks to demand a division of the spoils, are we doing it wrong, or is that just the natural outcome of a system that focuses only on equality of opportunity? The rise of Democratic Socialists (and their less-Democratic brethren) during the 2020 presidential cycle may signal an economic shift that seems to contain the seeds of the demise of a system which has created more food, health, leisure, and happiness than anything the Earth has seen.
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren on the far, far left, against the rest of the field on the merely far left: How can the Democratic Party ever pull together to defeat President Trump when they can’t even agree on their ideology? Can Betsy Warren’s attacks on multinational corporations endear her to the Trump base who oppose globalism?
In Stephen Green’s latest episode of Right Angle Lightning Round, he ambushes Scott Ott and Bill Whittle with some of the weirder stories of the week, including…
— A high-speed crack up underground.
— How Trump chased New Yorkers to Miami.
— What a GOP group should have done after referring to Ocasio-Cortez’s ‘jihad squad’.
— Corey Booker’s raging hormones drive him to do this to President Trump.
— And the word you should avoid when recruiting new socialists.
After the failure of the “basket of deplorables” candidate, Hillary Clinton, the new field of Democrat presidential candidates and their fellow travelers have decided to double down on insulting the American public whose votes they crave.
What has changed in recent decades to swing the tide of popular opinion so that 40% in USA now support socialism? Far more Democrats say that Socialism would be a good thing, while most Republicans disagree. Are we one election away from Atlas Shrugged?