Democratic presidential primary
By Sunny Dell Here we are. We’ve made it through two Super Tuesdays and the DNC gears are oiled up to keep the Joe Biden train rolling. Bernie Sanders may have a shot at knocking the former vice president off the throne at the debate Sunday, if in fact the
By Sunny Dell Here’s a hot take for you: Elizabeth Warren should not only not drop out of the race right now, she should stay in it until the bitter end. Let me preface this by saying that I like Bernie Sanders. I’m not afraid of democratic socialism and I
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By Ian Firstenberg Democratic rot gives way to a new breed of political monster. Hazy and loathsome lanyards lean into the liberatarian right. The stench of corruption has wafted from Washington DC for years — certain people in the District are inextricably tied to the deepest parts of large financial
Wednesday marks the first debate of the primary season where candidates will not just be asked to take voters of color into consideration but to address them directly. Nevada, where the first truly diverse caucus will be held Saturday, is comprised of about 29 percent Latinos, as reflected by the
By Sunny Dell Let’s first acknowledge every current candidate running in the Democratic presidential primary is faulty is some way or another. They’re all plagued with mistakes and missteps, old and new. Their characters, demeanors and perspectives are either too archaic, too naive or too bombastic. They make promises that
By Ian Firstenberg Sanders offers the only jolt to our collective body politic that will save us from extinction. The Bay Area has served as a petri dish for technocratic liberalism over the past two decades. What started with a tech buzz eventually became a bubble that burst a few