A FAIR study of the democratic presidential debates clearly shows that questions for progressive candidates such as Sanders and Warren were always framed critically, while those for moderate candidates were neutral.
Bernie’s odds of defeating Biden are narrow; but he’s winning on the issues.
TRNN’s Jaisal Noor and Jacobin’s Paul Heideman discuss the implications of Biden’s victory on Super Tuesday II, and why Sunday’s debate could be Bernie’s last stand.
Activists say adopting clean energy and phasing out on fossil fuels by 2020 is too little, too late.
Journalist Chris Hedges says both Republican and Democratic elites are happy to discuss race, gender, religion, and any politics of identity—as long as you don’t connect it to class divisions.
Joe Biden is a weaker candidate against Trump, argues Roots Action co-founder Norman Solomon.
The Biden/Sanders battle for the Democratic nomination is on. Where did Joe Biden’s unexpected Super Tuesday win come from? Do voters think uniting around the establishment candidate is the best way to defeat Trump?
The Democratic establishment gives Biden a big boost, Sanders solidifies second place, Warren finishes a distant third, and Bloomberg is knocked out of the race.
Biden won his first primary, but the Democratic electorate is more divided on him than mainstream media suggests. TRNN spoke with voters at the polls and on the ground in South Carolina, and some of Biden’s voters are still conflicted.