All things considered, the results of the caucuses make little tangible difference in determining the party’s nominee for the governorship. What’s really on the line is a candidate’s ability to garner 15 percent of the delegates’ support; crossing that threshold gets you on the September primary ballot. It would take a miracle to win a primary as a write-in candidate, so, first and foremost, the caucuses are a battle for the ballot.
Jeff Sessions goes after the wrong gang
Big local corps quiet about huge profits to come from Repub tax scheme… except GE
An interesting WBUR article, “Largest Mass. Companies ...
Fighting for civil rights before, during, and after Inauguration Day
Until popular movements reign in that oligarchy, nothing significant will change for the better.
As long as the new Republican administration remains somewhere within the bounds of traditional American politics, there is a lot of room for the full panoply of transformative social movements to maneuver.
Though some business owners may be too embarrassed or ashamed to sport their Make America Great Again hats in public, F1 owner Richard Valentine isn’t your average serial entrepreneur.
The current Republican election campaign is bubbling over with rumors, half-baked theories, and outright lies—this from the Donald Trump stovetop to the bottom baking rack.
The RNC and DNC pageants are barely over, the presidential election is still over three months off, and yet major party stalwarts are already trying to police the growing margins of their parties and guilt trip them into voting against their consciences.
Don’t get me started on Florida.