Category Archives: Bernie Sanders

Bernie lost the war, but he may have won the revolution

You have to give the Republicans credit for holding onto their views, even when their own actions make them look like hypocrites. We were told for the better part of a year that Bernie Sanders would seize control of the … Continue reading

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The revolution has been postponed indefinitely

You say you want a revolution. Well, you know. We all want to change the world. The Beatles Much to the chagrin of the Bernie Bros and the Republican Party, the socialist revolution that was supposed to overwhelm the Democratic … Continue reading

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Don’t let the stars get in your eyes

I generally don’t comment on the work of my ¬†fellow columnists at The Union–heck, we get enough comments from the readers–but I can’t resist replying to Hilary Hodge’s column in today’s edition about the California Democratic Party convention. Hodge, a … Continue reading

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Quote of the day

“What we’re down to is we’ve got a liar, we’ve got a crazy man and we’ve got a guy who is a socialist. I have thought about voting for (Bernie Sanders) just because it’s the fastest way to the end.” … Continue reading

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Getting a bad case of heart Bern

Bernie Sanders brought his quixotic campaign for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination to Sacramento yesterday, promising “real change” he knows he can’t produce. Sanders has attracted a young following–many of them alleged to be the millennials coveted by Nevada County … Continue reading

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The Democratic Party’s undemocratic super delegates

Democratic Part presidential candidate Bernie Sanders received 72 percent of the votes cast in the party’s Washington caucuses last weekend, sweeping every county in the state. ¬†That will earn him most of the state’s 101 regular delegates. But that won’t … Continue reading

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