The upcoming Wisconsin primary could be a make-or-break moment for Bernie Sanders' campaign.
Trump's toxic stew - demagogic, divisive, brutish, misanthropic, incendiary and violent - struck a nerve among a section of the electorate and frightened others.
Does it really matter who becomes President of the United States? It sure does!
All of Clinton's strong progressive positions on a host of issues could be subverted if the country remains on a Wall St.-backed policy that feeds the fires of war.
You see much in the country that is worrying and a seemingly endless parade of do-nothing politicians; you are going to raise your voice proudly in favor of change.
This presidential election is historic because for the first time we will elect either a woman, a genuine activist, or a pouting bully: How could she sit this one out?
We don't need a wall; we need a bridge. We are neighbors, bound together by geography and by history.
Political boundaries are being eclipsed and thinking reshaped. Seeds of change are being sown and foundations are being laid for deeper-going changes.
Sanders was asked a very important question looming in the minds of American Indian voters, and could have done much more.
Sanders: "Whether or not I win the nomination, we all must work together to unite the Democratic Party. We must come together to assure that the right wing does not capture the White House.