The real trouble for so many of us is that we rely, by default, on the Democratic Party
Now we find out what this means.
We could wake up on the morning of November 9 in a country where Donald Trump is President-elect.
Trump makes the most of our journalism’s inability to find a vocabulary capable of adequately describing his radical ambition.
So Charles Koch, one half of the notorious Koch Brothers, the right wing billionaires who used to think Mike Pence might be presidential stuff, said it’s “possible,” he could vote for Hillary Clinton.
Sanders’ democratic socialism sees that policy-making makes a difference.
If you ask me, the Midwestern sense of humor is primarily a mordant dish, garnished with a dose of slapstick.