Democrat frontrunners Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg faced attacks last night at their party’s Nevada debate, an event that, whether or not it had a winner, surely presented six losers.
Bloomberg’s strategy to force a brokered convention remains in place following Wednesday night’s political fisticuffs.
Career criminal Charles Barry has been arrested at least 140 times, at least seven times since January 1, the day New York’s bail reform law took effect. The new law says you can’t hold certain criminals in jail. They must be freed without bail.
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews and other moderate liberal Democrats are sounding the alarm that a radical-left presidential candidacy would end in a McGovern-like defeat in 2020.
A program founded with millions from Bloomberg’s foundation provides Democratic state attorneys general with lawyers trained to advance the climate agenda.
A Pew Research Center survey of views about NATO shows the alliance’s favorability rating falling in both the United States and France.
George Zimmerman has filed a $265 million defamation lawsuit against Democrat presidential candidates Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg for implying on Twitter that he is a racist and white supremacist murderer.
In the Democratic primaries, the man to beat is Bernie Sanders, a Soviet apologist whose campaign staffers have promised a bloody reign of terror if he wins and burning cities if he loses.
It appears that the Democrats’ far-left flank is coalescing behind Bernie Sanders, while the party’s moderately radical segment — and its establishment, which fears Sanders — may be flocking to Bloomberg.
Of the 473,682 immigrants apprehended while illegally entering the United States with a family member during fiscal 2019, 375,000 were released inside our country.