Category Archives: elections


We need to plan now in case Trump loses in November — but refuses to leave the White House By Thom Hartmann/ AlterNet/ March 13, 2020   The Constitution provides a couple of mechanisms for Trump to lose the 2020 election—both … Continue reading

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Vote? What Vote?

Anybody want to venture a guess on when President Trump postpones the November election?

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Who Should the Democrats Nominate?

By Arlen Grossman As of this moment*, and after seeing the latest debate in New Hampshire: The candidate who I’d most like to be president: Bernie Sanders. The candidate with the best chance to beat Donald Trump: Amy Klobuchar (*subject … Continue reading

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Unprecedented Election Cheating

The Billion-Dollar Disinformation Campaign to Reelect the President How new technologies and techniques pioneered by dictators will shape the 2020 election By MacKay Coppins/ The Atlantic/ February 10, 2020   One day last fall, I sat down to create a … Continue reading

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If Only Tulsi Gabbard Could Be Elected President

By Arlen Grossman “Trump… Nikki Haley…Mike Pompeo… The people around John Bolton. These people are advocating for strengthening our economy, and if the only way they can do that is by building that economy based on building and selling weapons … Continue reading

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He Came Close Last Time

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A Better Solution?

“I thought it would be easier than a drawn-out political campaign.”

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The Hypocrisy of Election Interference

By Arlen Grossman It is nothing less than major-league hypocrisy when Americans criticize the Russians for interfering with our elections. To be sure, such intervention in our democratic functions is despicable and deserves condemnation and strong retribution. Russian influence likely … Continue reading

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Does Your Vote Matter?

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