A week ago, Maine Democrat Zak Ringelstein wasn‚Äôt quite ready to consider himself a member of the Democratic Socialists of America, even if he appreciated the organization‚Äôs values and endorsement in his bid to become a U.S. senator.
Three days later, he told The Associated Press it was time to join up. He‚Äôs now the only major-party Senate candidate in the nation to be a dues-paying democratic socialist.
Ringelstein‚Äôs leap is the latest evidence of a nationwide surge in the strength and popularity of an organization that, until recently, operated on the fringes of the liberal movement‚Äôs farthest left flank. As Donald Trump‚Äôs presidency stretches into its second year, democratic socialism has become a significant force in Democratic politics. Its rise comes as Democrats debate whether moving too far left will turn off voters....
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It's not surprising that people are trying out new forms of politics, since some of the old forms are being tied to corruption -- and abandoning churches in the process‚ĚóÔłŹ
Charles Homans wrote: ...in a Gallup poll released three years ago, 75 percent of American respondents said that corruption was ‚Äúwidespread‚ÄĚ in the country‚Äôs government. Among the other countries in Transparency International‚Äôs Top 20 that were also surveyed by Gallup, none were remotely as pessimistic about corruption as the United States. No other country has done so well at containing corruption while leaving so many of its people convinced that it has done poorly....
excerpt from, "Americans Think ‚ÄėCorruption‚Äô Is Everywhere. Is That Why We Vote for It?"
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It doesn't help anything when one party is so connected to corruption and indifference to people, see: https://tinyurl.com/n6jm5r9. (America has never seen a party less caring than 21st-century Republicans)
Michele Margolis wrote: ...But when politics affects whether and where Americans go to church, even our houses of worship become political echo chambers....
-- "When Politicians Determine Your Religious Beliefs"
The Democratic party is the party of Satan because of the satanic policies. The Republican party is the party of Jesus because the policies of the Republican party are in line with the teachings of Jesus.
Yes , the demoncratic party needs to be afraid. Look, Obama left the party in shambles. Yes, despite being elected twice as president, the dnc lost over 1,000 races nationwide. The dnc is lacking in cash since the donors spent a billion in the last presidential election and lost. So, after 45 years of declining value, the dnc will now embrace, with the help of Bearnie Sanders the party of the beloved Hugo, Fidel and Muro. We cannot afford a socialist government take over with a 22 trillion dollar debt. The country will collapse and we‚Äôll break off into civil war. You have a Sander‚Äôs type candidate be nominated, DJT wins again, end of story.
Douglas Schoen and Andrew Stein wrote: ...Fortunately, despite Democrats embracing radical left-wing candidates, there have also been a substantial number of moderate outsiders, particularly military veterans, who offer centrist solutions to our problems. These candidates, most prominently Rep. Conor Lamb in southwestern Pennsylvania and Sen. Doug Jones in Alabama, have also proven that they can win in more conservative areas with the right platform....
--[URL=https://tinyurl.com/yblpjgwn]]]https://tinyurl.com/yblpjgwn (Socialist agenda will prove disastrous for Democrats)[/URL]
It will be interesting to see how the Democrats do in the November elections. Of course, in Nebraska it's only a theoretical idea since it's such a red State anyway.
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penned wrote: three moslem looking guys in worcestire england pour acid on 3 year old boy. officials do not know motive. the media will work with the muslem mayor of london to keep these stories from the eyes of the public.
Penny, to be honest I don't see any media blockage of this story, which has angered a great number of people and all are committed to bring the perps to justice, whatever their motive.
"There's one born every minute, "hmm, maybe those are t?Trumpians?
David Frum wrote: .... A majority of Republicans worry that corporations and the wealthy exert too much power. Their party leaders work to ensure that these same groups can exert even more. Mainstream Republicans were quite at ease with tax increases on households earning more than $250,000 in the aftermath of the Great Recession and the subsequent stimulus. Their congressional representatives had the opposite priorities. In 2008, many Republican primary voters had agreed with former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, who wanted ‚Äútheir next president to remind them of the guy they work with, not the guy who laid them off.‚ÄĚ But those Republicans did not count for much once the primaries ended, and normal politics resumed between the multicultural Democrats and a plutocratic GOP....
--[URL=https://tinyurl.com/j5kyxjn]]]https://tinyurl.com/j5kyxjn The Great Republican Revolt)[/URL]
[URL=https://tinyurl.com/y9ukk5nc]]]https://tinyurl.com/y9ukk5nc (Voters May Be Wising Up)[/URL]
Well, Phillip, I don't know if there are the branches of the same tree, but they have a sickening continuity.
Jim Lincoln, as you know, I consider Democrats and Republicans to be nothing else than two branches of the same party. I do want to say however, that if the Dems. are upset about President Trump, they only have themselves to blame. If the DNC had not allowed itself to bribed and taken over by the Clintons, Bernie Sanders probably would have won. Also, if you want a Democrat in the Oval Office in 2020, instead of wasting time calling out President Trump for "treason" just for the simple fact that he prefers peace and diplomacy over war, your team better start grooming a candidate that governs from the center. This is just my opinion, but, if your party gets hyjacked by people like Maxine Waters, you can pencil in President Trump for a second term.