Thursday, March 24, 2016

Mod Last Supper




    To add your name to the petition on the White House website demanding an investigation into voter fraud and suppression in Arizona, click here:

    1. Looks like it is coming right along...


  2. Bill Moyers: It's Time For These Two Democrats To Go [Click] Ouch!!
    Sanders ties Clinton in national poll [Click]
    California poll: Trump leads GOP; Clinton, Sanders close [Click] It’s about time for folks in California to start paying attention (primary is June 7th, about ten weeks out). Anybody heard anything about New York (April 19th, 247 pledged delegates) or Pennsylvania (April 26th, 189 pledged delegates)?


  3. Open GOP Convention Could Upend VP Selection Process [Click] The writer does not mention what strikes me as the best analogy: the nomination of Calvin Coolidge in 1920 [Click]

    To answer my own previous question, the polls currently listed at Real Clear Politics for NY and Pennsylvania strongly favor HRC.


  4. This ought to frost the capitalists' cookies...

    SPOKANE, Wash. – Bernie Sanders on Thursday welcomed the endorsement of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, which represents approximately 50,000 women and men who work in California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Hawaii.

    “It is an honor to receive an endorsement from the ILWU,” Sanders said. “This campaign is building a movement of millions of Americans who are demanding that our economy works for everyone, not just the top 1 percent. The working men and women of the ILWU are a vital part of our movement which is spreading to every corner of our country.”

    “Bernie Sanders is the best candidate for America’s working families,” said ILWU International President Robert McEllrath. “Bernie is best on the issues that matter most to American workers: better trade agreements, support for unions, fair wages, tuition for students at public colleges, Medicare for all, fighting a corrupt campaign finance system and confronting the power of Wall Street that’s making life harder for most Americans.”

    Democrats in Alaska, Hawaii and Washington will caucus on Saturday to decide how many of 142 pledged delegates each candidate will receive from the three states.