As gun violence continues to rear its ugly head all across this country, the American people want to see real change, not more extremist, guns-everywhere rhetoric from the NRA.
The time has come to take a long hard look at abolishing the Democratic and Republican political parties. America stands divided politically, socially and economically and the seed of division has been planted in our government. Party affiliation has taken precedent over common sense and country. Republicans and Democrats alike, push and pull for power within government, taking what amounts to blood money from lobbyists, special interest groups, and corporations that have no intention of serving the greater good.
A handful of Democratic Senators were fuming on Thursday as Donald Trump and the White House strongly consider giving back two compounds to Russia that were shut down by the Obama administration.
America is supposed to be a refuge for people who think a certain way about freedom, not a homeland for people who look a certain way.
The media has dubbed the Trump protests as the "New Tea Party". But this is mainstream America. This is not an extremist faction of the Democratic Party. And therein lies the huge difference between this movement and the Tea Party.
Rising Democratic enthusiasm comes at a time when many voters across the country are already casting their ballots.
"Clinton is getting the backing of senior military service members and former officials with command and management experience because of her proven record of diplomacy and steady leadership on the world stage."
"This stuff about growing an economy that works for everybody, we haven’t been sitting in an ivory tower looking out at the world; we’ve not ever been sitting in penthouses looking out at the world."
“Labor Day is a time to celebrate working Americans, the backbone of our economy, and remember the labor activists who fought for the many rights and protections we enjoy and deserve."
The president told Americans they "should be able to get ahead, retire with dignity, and leave something behind for the next generation."
Asked by host Don Lemon, 'So you don't think that she did anything wrong with the handling --' Cuban answered, 'No, I really don't.'
And we must do it not only for ourselves, but for our adversaries. The survival of our democracy depends on it.
Rather than excluding, Democrats are looking to bring as many into the party as they can: Democracy's many voices rather than an oligarch's one.
"His neo-fascistic tendencies make him the most divisive and scary of any serious presidential candidate in American history."
Trump said "Sad to watch Bernie Sanders abandon his revolution," while Bernie was talking about, "Our...new group called Our Revolution"
"Hard to believe that Bernie Sanders has done such a complete fold. He got NOTHING for all of the time, energy and money."
"I think it was a home run...if you want to keep Donald Trump out of the White House, hard to find a better selection than that"
"The Democrats are in a total meltdown but the biased media will say how great they are doing! E-mails say the rigged system is alive & well!"
The Democrats of the antebellum south are the Republicans of today, and the Democratic Party that more closely resembles the party of Lincoln
It's not so easy, on the other hand, to unify behind a candidate who has no knowledge of the issues and uses bluster and racism to fuel a substance-free campaign.