Bernie Sanders’ Policies are Mainstream, Normal, and Popular No Matter How Often He’s Called a “Socialist”

  Bernie Sanders isn't a radical: Noam Chomsky is exactly right regarding how mainstream Bernie's policies really are The idea that Sanders is an extremist is patently false — it's the Republican movement that's radical by Sean Illing Salon edited by O Society Mar 18, 2019 Lost in the discussions about Bernie Sanders's “socialism” is … Continue reading Bernie Sanders’ Policies are Mainstream, Normal, and Popular No Matter How Often He’s Called a “Socialist”

It’s Time to End the Myth: Black Voters Do Like Bernie Sanders

by Symone Sanders Marmalade edited by O Society Mar 11, 2019 The saddest part of racism is how it is used by blacks in the comfortable classes to silence the voices of blacks in the lower classes. Allegations of racism thrown at Sanders didn’t just dismiss white Bernie Bros but throws the entire cross-racial support under the bus. … Continue reading It’s Time to End the Myth: Black Voters Do Like Bernie Sanders

Cornel West on Bernie, Trump, & Racism

Mehdi Hassan interviews Cornel West Deconstructed Edited by O Society Mar 7, 2019 IN 2015, BERNIE SANDERS was an insurgent candidate — an outsider and underdog with little money and very little name recognition. Four years later, he finds himself a frontrunner in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination and one of the most popular … Continue reading Cornel West on Bernie, Trump, & Racism

The entire socialism-capitalism dichotomy is out of date: Andrew Yang Runs for President in 2020

  Meet the 44-year-old who's running for president to stave off unemployment riots https://youtu.be/_x3Hx8i2FhA   by John Gage Washington Examiner Jan 21, 2019 Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang says he knows how to save capitalism: a universal basic income, or UBI, a policy he refers to as a “Freedom Dividend.” Yang, a 44 year-old serial entrepreneur, … Continue reading The entire socialism-capitalism dichotomy is out of date: Andrew Yang Runs for President in 2020

Why do you think Bernie Sanders has difficulty getting the support of African Americans? (a Sunday school sermon)

Someone asked me this question recently: "Why do you think Sanders has difficulty getting the support of African Americans?  There is no reason I can see for this lack of support..." ^This is a fantastic question. I don't know exactly what the answer is. Let's find out... by O Society Feb 24, 2019 First off, … Continue reading Why do you think Bernie Sanders has difficulty getting the support of African Americans? (a Sunday school sermon)

Bernie Sanders’ Two-Pronged Attack on American Exceptionalism/ “Socialism” Lost It’s Meaning in American Politics

  Bernie Sanders thinks America needs many of the same things other countries need. Photo: PETE MAROVICH/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock by Ed Kilgore Intelligencer Feb 21, 2019 Anyone paying attention to the early stages of the 2020 presidential campaign is probably aware Bernie Sanders -in sharp contrast to his focus in 2016 - now is spending a lot … Continue reading Bernie Sanders’ Two-Pronged Attack on American Exceptionalism/ “Socialism” Lost It’s Meaning in American Politics

Can Bernie Sanders Win? Can We?

Bernie Sanders announces he is running for president of the United States and calls on Americans from all over the nation to join him in building a massive grassroots movement. But is he electable? Here is the announcement: https://youtu.be/s7DRwz0cAt0  by O Society Feb 19, 2019 Sanders' announcement today - he is indeed running for president … Continue reading Can Bernie Sanders Win? Can We?