Daniel R. DePetris
The denizens and graybeards of the Democratic Party are starting to take notice of Bernie’s position, and they are working overtime to inspire Democrats nationwide to vote for a more “electable” candidate. Have they forgotten the lessons of 2016?
When Bernie Sanders declared his second run for the presidency in February 2019, there was considerable doubt in the political universe that the senator from Vermont could pick up where he left off three years prior. His...
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