On the day that twice-failed presidential candidate Bernie Sanders endorses thrice-failed presidential candidate Joe Biden, NYTimes.com’s Nate Cohn warns Democrats about the weakness of Biden’s polling lead over President Trump.
Sen. Bernie Sanders suspends his presidential campaign, but he stays on state primary ballots, keeps his delegates, gets more, and tries to pressure Joe Biden to become like the democratic socialist who just dropped out of the race.
Facebook’s CEO Mark “$70 Billion” Zuckerberg echoes Bernie “Ban Billionaires” Sanders — tells his staff that “no one deserves that much money.” But he’s not sure how much money someone should have.
Democratic-Socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he’ll stop greedy fat cats from buying, merging, and closing news outlets. The Columbia Journalism Review gives spaces to this “Bernie saves journalism” plan. Would the truth get out more under President Bernie Sanders, or is he merely disturbed that the Democratic party’s PR firm shrinks as the Internet continues killing newspapers?
While drunkblogging the Democratic presidential debates this week, Stephen Green suffered a haunting flash-forward: “What if one of these jokers wins?” Not content to replay this endlessly inside his own private Hell, Steve puts the question to Bill Whittle and Scott Ott…and you! How much of the Constitution will survive inside the Democrat presidential blast radius? Does America need to elect a hard socialist to innoculate itself against the disease forever?
Democratic socialist presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says he’ll wipe out all $1.6 trillion in student loan debt, plus offer college and trade school for free. Won’t 45 million Americans who still owe for college just love Bernie’s plan?