Presidential Campaign

Presidential Campaign

A plea to young Bernie supporters

Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, Democratic National Convention

From mentions of Lucifer on-stage to accusations of high treason and repeated chants of “lock her up!”, this year’s Republican National Convention amounted to little more than a cacophonous kumbaya of Hillary hate. A convention so offensive and...

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Peter Thiel does not make the GOP pro-gay

Donald Trump’s recent coronation failed to deliver the star-power he once promised. Peter Thiel, founder of PayPal, however, was presented as a noteworthy name -- not because of his policy or personal beliefs, but largely because Thiel is...
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Trump phenomenon has opened a sealed door against bigotry

America was founded by those who ran from Europe. They escaped religious, political, and social persecution. America was also founded by those who had to leave all behind in order to pursue dreams of better economic opportunities. Those pioneers...

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Fixing the disastrous nomination process

“California came here to nominate a President of the United States. She did not come here to deadlock this convention or to engage in another disastrous contest like that of 1924.” William McAdoo, swinging the Democratic Convention in 1932 to...

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Hillary Clinton needs to start embracing progressives

When Hillary Clinton clinched the Democratic nomination for president, attention within the party shifted to how she would appeal to the disheartened progressives that had pushed Bernie Sanders to the surprising success that he enjoyed during the...

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Is Hillary Clinton a free trader?

Though the case for free trade can be tricky politically due to erroneous and irresponsible rhetoric from certain political leaders and unions, as a matter of policy its benefits are unequivocal. While Donald Trump has cornered the market on...

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Biden should have been the clear choice for vice president

A vice presidential choice is a strategic one. Whereas Donald Trump chose Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, likely an attempt to court the evangelical base of the Republican party, Hillary Clinton had to choose a running mate that could appeal to the left...

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Elizabeth Warren: Party girl or patsy?

If nothing else, this week’s Democratic Party conclave will be remembered as the unlikely coming out party of its newly minted attack dog: Elizabeth Warren.
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Christian voters left wanting in Trump vs Clinton

As a proud American who votes as a political “independent,” I’m left wanting in the choice of presidential candidates, watching with eager anticipation as the two political parties develop platforms on policy issues and what issues the candidates...

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