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Thoughts on the Democratic Primaries on Sunday February 29, 2020

Just found out that Biden won the South Carolina primary with 48% of the vote. I say good for Biden. Biden has spent decades winning the trust of the African American community and he deserves the win. He’s not my … Continue reading

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Supporting Elizabeth Warren

As an Elizabeth Warren supporter, I have to admit that the Iowa and New Hampshire results were disappointing. I’m still going to stay with Warren until the end though because I still think she is the best of a good … Continue reading

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Watching the Fourth Democratic Debate

I’m watching the Democratic debates right now and I think it’s a good debate. I’m a big fan of PBS News Hour and I think Politico and the PBS News Hour commentators asked good questions. I think Amna Nawaz especially … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Progressives on the Elections 2020

The great civil rights activist Bayard Rustin always emphasized the need for strategy in fighting for social change. Ava Duvernay’s wonderful Martin Luther King Jr movie “Selma” has Bayard Rustin constantly emphasizing to his fellow activists the necessity of thinking … Continue reading

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My Top 5 Considerations for Democratic Candidates So Far

With Sherrod Brown deciding not to run for President, I’ve been taking a longer look at the other Democratic candidates. Like most of us, I consider how close their political views align with my own, their ability communicate their ideas … Continue reading

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