Tuesday, June 7, was one of the most momentous and turbulent days in recent American political history.
Voters headed to the polls in California, New Jersey, New Mexico, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota Take a look at the final results and watch Sanders' and Clinton's speeches Voters headed to the polls in California, New Jersey, New Mexico, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota.
"It is our job to make the powerful frightened of us,” the Truthdig columnist said at the Left Forum in New York City. “That is what movements do. Movements keep power in check, and as any good anarchist will tell you, power is always the problem, no matter who holds it.”
The humor and video site provides an overview of the presidential election process and shows why candidates can’t be honest.
Claiming "it's over," Trump turns attention to "crooked Hillary"; Sanders pledges to stay in the race despite Tuesday's drubbing. Take a look at the final results and watch the victors' speeches.
Bernie Sanders won important victories in Kansas and Nebraska in the latest voting, while Ted Cruz showed that Donald Trump may not be as inevitable as he has come to seem.
Now that he has bullied his way into the mainstream, it’s time for the media to take a serious look at his policies and the dreadful consequences they would have if he occupied the Oval Office.
The Clinton political dynasty is still alive. The Bush dynasty has been routed. Their contrasting fates, to this point at least, tell us much about our two parties, the nature of this year's presidential election, and the dueling legacies themselves.
You will hear pundits analyze the New Hampshire primaries and conclude that the political “extremes” are now gaining in American politics—that the Democrats have moved to the left and the Republicans have moved to the right, and the “center” will not hold. Baloney.
Donald Trump skips the last debate. Democrats fight for the soul of their party. On the Left is Robert Scheer (TruthDig.com, Scheer Intelligence).