I'm curious how this speech was crafted, how much of a role Sanders himself had in writing it. (Presumably the same speechwriters from the campaign, with whatever level of rewrites he does, like every other politician.) It was particularly...Show More Summary
Here are a few choice segments from Warren's barnburner. Transcript via Politico: First up - nailing him on the hate speech and fearmongering, the literal theme of the RNC: “Trump thinks he can win votes by fanning the flames of fear and hatred. Show More Summary
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Aiming to quell supporters' fervor, Bernie Sanders tells Democrats: 'Hillary Clinton must become the next president of the United States'
By nightfall, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) was gone — gone from her post as Democratic National Committee chairman and from her role in the convention. Wasserman Schultz is not the nominee and not a household name so it is far from clear the “disunity” meme was ever going to hold. Then after a trifecta […]
'I’m feeling raw and bitter'
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren argued that Republican nominee Donald Trump’s campaign was little more than a scam on the American people in a speech at the Democratic national convention Monday night. “Trump’s entire campaign is just one more late-night Trump infomercial. Hand over your money, your jobs, your children’s future, and The Great Trump Hot…
The First Lady took to the stage at the Democratic National Convention, and united a divided hall.
Bernie Sanders gave the keynote address on Monday night at the Democratic National Convention, offering a strong endorsement of rival Hillary Clinton. Here is the full prepared text, as provided by the campaign.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) challenged people who say, “America is in trouble,” citing gridlock in Washington. “That is just flat wrong,” she said in her speech at the Democratic National Convention.
x Bernie: "This election is about and must be about the needs of the American people and the kind of future we create for our children." Ã¢Â?Â? Jim Roberts (@nycjim) July 26, 2016
Provocateur, tastemaker and, for those who take such things seriously, the #34th greatest guitar player in the world according to Rolling Stone magazine in 2004. Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore turns 58 years old today. Here's one of the best last songs of the 80's. One of the best lead off tracks from a double album ever too. What are you listening to tonight?
Just when you thought Hillary was going to sail on through to November…all Hell breaks loose not only on her campaign, but on the entire Democratic party. Enjoy. 1. Sanders
It's been a rough night for people who socialist voters believe have sold out to Hillary Clinton. One such victim was Elizabeth Warren, who spoke at length on why Donald Trump is bad and why Democrats are good (so vote Hillary Clinton because she is one of us). Show More Summary
First Lady Michelle Obama captivated the crowd on night one of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, delivering a deeply personal speech in support of her party’s nominee, Hillary Clinton. The first night of the Democratic National Convention was fraught with testiness—a roar of boos swelled in the arena of Philadelphia’s Center shortly after the…
The Müller Quaker Dairy plant in Batavia, N.Y., closed less than three years after opening despite receiving major tax credits from the state’s Excelsior Jobs Program.
SO THIS IS GOING WELL: Elizabeth Warren Heckled With Chants of ‘We Trusted You!’ During DNC Speech.
The First Lady brought the entire convention to its feet. The post The Emotional Conclusion Of Michelle Obama’s Epic Speech To The Democratic Convention appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), one of America’s most beloved progressives, addressed the Democratic National Convention on Monday night, in what...
In case you missed it… This is who the Democrats are cheering tonight in Philly….. Bernie Sanders was a bum... The post FYI: Bernie Sanders a Bum Who Didn’t Earn His First Paycheck Until Age 40 Then Wormed His Way into Politics appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.