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Hillary Barely Escapes. Again.

May 18, 2016

Hillary Clinton narrowly escaped doom yesterday, winning Kentucky by the narrowest of margins. No, a loss would not have changed the nomination outcome. 1,911 more words

Entry 547: How Democracy Works

With the presidential primaries reaching a fevered pitch as we rush headlong toward the conventions, it has come to my attention that many of my readers don’t really understand how this whole democracy thing works. 787 more words


Election Update: One Month After The Iowa Caucus

Super Tuesday is quickly approaching, and candidates’ success in these primaries could dictate who the next repbulican and democratic presidential nominees are. On March 1, voters in 12 states and one U.S. 635 more words


Opinion: Donald Trump's Manhood is not small, it's nonexistant

If you have been keeping up with the news lately, you may know that the presidential race for 2016 has degraded to 5th grade humor (you know, the “say boo to the bee tee-hee-hee” kind of humor). 455 more words

What does it take to win the presidential nomination?

It’s only February, but it’s already been a whirlwind year in politics. The candidates are racking up votes are racking up votes across the country, and are preparing to win even more on Super Tuesday. 341 more words


Polls: Sanders ‘political revolution’ to douse off in Ga.

Rolando Zenteno, Staff Writer

Young voters feeling ‘the bern’ in the Peach State might see their impact freeze come Super Tuesday.

Sanders, bolstered by young, independent and liberal voters, shook Hillary Clinton’s nationwide grip on the Democratic nomination following an avalanche victory in New Hampshire. 982 more words