Last year’s 10th anniversary of the Sundance Film Festival’s New Frontier program saw an explosion of virtual reality at the Robert Redford founded gathering with strong offerings from Fox’s The Martian and more. Now, with the future...Show More Summary
During the 2016 election campaign, Hillary Clinton repeated a mistake that Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore made in the 2000 election. In both cases Democratic contenders and their staff assumed that voters’ concern about character flaws would greatly influence their decision-making. In...
Gore says he was for it even after his 2000 loss. Now, he believes our "democracy is being hacked"
It’s never easy to be second. Hillary Clinton has met the same fate as many men who ran as heirs apparent to an outgoing administration, and failed to be elected. Al Gore, Hubert Humphrey and Richard Nixon (in his first presidential candidacy) were the vice presidents and apparently the heirs to outgoing presidents of […]
“It’s pathetic how our system is not working today.”
CHUCK SCHUMER. Vows to fight Trump’s administration on its education plans: “We’re going to fight tooth and nail any attempt to privatize, voucherize, or any other ‘ize’ you can think of, when it comes to Medicare. To Re… Read The post Michael Flynn, Adam Driver, Dollywood, ‘Vampire Chronicles’, Al Gore, Lady Gaga: HOT LINKS appeared first on Towleroad.
The man who won the national popular vote in 2000 but lost the presidential election due to the Electoral College has now publicly come out against the process after Hillary Clinton's defeat.
Former Vice President Al Gore says the balancing act between the Electoral College and the popular vote has shifted, and that a reliance on the latter “would stimulate public participation in the democratic process like nothing else we could possibly [...]
PREDICTIONS ARE HARD, ESPECIALLY ABOUT THE FUTURE. AND ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT IN THE SLIGHTEST. Another Quiet Tornado and Hurricane Season. Al Gore Hardest Hit. “Despite Al Gore’s continued dire warnings, most recently while campaigning for Hillary Clinton in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, 2016 is turning out to be […]
Sixteen years ago, the United States of America witnessed one of the most nail-biting elections in the country’s history, as the race to the White House between candidates George Bush and Al Gore came down to the total vote count of Florida. Show More Summary
STEVEN HAYWARD: “I think I’ve figured out why liberals are losing their minds over Trump’s stunning upset: It’s starting to sink in that the Clintons have torpedoed a second presidential election. But for Bill’s peccadillos, Al Gore would very likely have won the electoral college contest in 2000. And but for Hillary’s baggage, they might […]
(Steven Hayward) I think I’ve figured out why liberals are losing their minds over Trump’s stunning upset: It’s starting to sink in that the Clintons have torpedoed a second presidential election. But for Bill’s peccadillos, Al Gore would very likely have won the electoral college contest in 2000. Show More Summary
Former Vice President Al Gore picked himself up after his controversial presidential election loss to George W. Bush in 2000 and became an internationally respected champion for the climate. But convincing President-elect Donald Trump of the urgent need to act on the climate crisis could be Gore's greatest challenge yet. Show More Summary
I didn’t vote. I have voted Democrat in every election since Al Gore’s loss to George Bush in 2000. I was 21. I was one of the millions who voted President Obama into office for both terms. I did not vote in this election, and I am not sorry. Show More Summary
Among climate hawks, the reactions to Donald Trump’s election have ranged from hopeless to Pollyannaish and everything in between. Former Vice President Al Gore expresses hope that Trump will work with the “overwhelming majority of us who believe that the climate crisis is the greatest threat we...
"I hope that he will work with the overwhelming majority of us who believe that the climate crisis is the greatest threat we face as a nation,” Gore wrote.
Threatening to move isn’t new. 16 years ago, legions of American citizens promised to leave the United States if Republican George W. Bush beat Democrat Al Gore. While there’s evidence that suggests emigration from the United StatesShow More Summary
There are still more votes to be counted, but it looks almost certain that despite losing the presidency, Hillary Clinton will win the popular vote. And likely by a million or more votes — a much larger margin than Al Gore enjoyed in 2000, when he too was denied by the Electoral College even though he nominally had more votes. Show More Summary
"Now we know that our work must be redoubled"