SORT BY Relevancy
Do we as Democrats and Progressives deide to throw out the baby with the bath water, and all those who dedicated themselves for her care? Or, do we look fundamentally at what we have achieved, critical messaging points, and determine to show a strong, united front to the American Voter? Can we continue a "reaction-only" political strategy? Or shall we determine and carry out OUR message, no matter what?
Join us today as we look at these and other issues relevant to the 2016 elections. We are a looking forward bunch, so we will be doing precisely that. No jabber about what happened. It's gonna be fun, and if you call our live show, or join in our lively chat room with your questions and comments, it could just be legendary!
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A candidate profile for Tiffani E Mims (R). She's running for president in 2016.
GOP - THE TREND FOR NOVEMBER-2014 ===> "BLOW-OUT"
Recent polling but a number of reputable outlets all point to one conclusion -
there is simply no upside to the GOP's chances in the 2014 Congressional races.
To the contrary, they will suffer losses all across the board, including the governorships.
Their share of the Independent vote will fall substantially.
There is simply no compelling reason whatsoever for Independents to cast their lot with a party that is growing ever more increasingly irrelevant as a National Political Party - the GOP.
The media is excited about the 2016 election: A day doesn't go by without a breathless report about the possible candidacies of Jeb Bush, Rand Paul, Ted Cruz and other Republicans. But what about the Democrats? Hillary Clinton is all but coronated as the nominee, with many progressives trying to draft Elizabeth Warren (who says she's not running) and only Bernie Sanders talking seriously about opposing her. MOMocrats Cynthia Liu and Donna Schwartz Mills both feel an uncontested primary is bad for the party and the country -- but for very different reasons. Also: a report on ESEA, the reauthorization of the law formerly known as No Child Left Behind Political discussion from the progressive point of view by the MOMocrats. Produced by Engender Media Group.
In this episode Nilo discusses Immigration Reform, possible 2016 Presidential Candidates and how social changes have impacted modern dating.
On today's special edition of the Total Sports Live podcast, Jovan Alford will be joined by 2016 NFL Draft prospect middle linebacker Larry Butler III from Southern Nazarene University. On today's show they will talk about his career at Southern Nazarene, his journey from JUCO Eastern Arizona College, and what he is doing to be ready for next year's draft process.
In 1992, the Clinton campaign war room featured the mantra: "It's The Economy, Stupid!"
In 2016, the next Clinton campaign war room, no doubt, will have a mantra: "It's The Middle Class, Stupid!"
GOP presidential candidate wannabee Jeb Bush has put this little nugget into play himself this week as being central to his candidacy should he run.
The other GOP bozos in the 2016 presidential sweepstakes might very well adopt this rallying cry as the heart and soul of their respective campaigns as well. But they offer only an echo, not a real choice.
Irregardless, the middle class has been pared back substantially over the years by Reaganomics and is on its heels, economically. It constitutes a significantly smaller slice of the electorate than it did in the 1960's.
The lower class has grown substantially since that time, in large part thanks to misguided GOP economic policies.
Hillary Clinton should recognize this central tenant of our American political dynamic and throw caution to the wind in defense of the middle class if she wants to run any semblance of a genuine presidential campaign in 2016.
You simply can't have a great country without a strong and thriving middle class.
It's disengenuous for the GOP to suddenly jump on this band wagon at this stage of the game. Conversely, it is an absolute Christmas gift for any Democratic presidential candidate given the brutal assault on the middle class, particularly since the ascendancy to the presidency by George "W" in 2001.
It's definitely Hillary's to lose. If she's too cautious or tentative then all bets are off.
Jeb Bush Is Definitely Not Middle Class Material & Neither R His GOP Cohorts.
So Hillary, it's best that if you are going to RUN, then you actually RUN & not "WALK" your way through the process!
Good Morning and welcome to the Seriouside of the jrilshow. This morning we will be discussing the following topics:
SEGMENT 1: DOES AMERICA OWE US...Restitution for Slavery?
SEGMENT 2: WHO'S IN?: 2016 is right around the corner, this morning we will discuss the contenders for the office of President of the United States.
SEGMENT 3: THE DAY AFTER: It is January 21st, 2017 the day after the inauguration and the first day of the title "former President" for Barack Obama. What impact will this former president have on our country in the future?
2016 GOP - ANYBODY BUT BUSH! - MAYBE SCOTT WALKER - FROM A BORE TO JUST BORING!
Clear winners and losers emerged from the first major Republican candidate huddle in Iowa this weekend, and Scott Walker was the biggest winner of all, assuming Sarah Palin's crotch-grabbing doesn't create too big a distraction; More evidence that "Hillary! 2016" is a mirage; and the brilliance of the Boehner-McConnell invite to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress on the Iranian nuclear threat, and how Barack Obama's wounded ego is a threat to Israel's and America's national security.
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