Selected Articles: Can Bernie Sanders Win the Elections Without the Support of Wall Street?

Bernie-SandersHow Bernie Sanders Hopes to Sway the Superdelegates at the Democratic Convention

By Eric Zuesse, February 28 2016

There will be 715 superdelegates at the Democratic Convention selecting the Party’s Presidential nominee, and none of them will have been voted there by any of the state primaries.

The Neoconservative Threat to World OrderThe Neoconservative Threat To World Order: Washington’s Perilous War For Hegemony

By Prof. Edward Curtin, February 28 2016

You will rarely read a book written in a more courageous, intelligent, and blunt manner about profoundly pressing world problems than this one.  Paul Craig Roberts is a phenomenon; no issue, no matter how controversial, escapes his astute analysis.

wall streetWall Street’s Savage Reckoning: Clouds Gather Over G-20 Summit

By Mike Whitney, February 29 2016

Finance ministers and central bankers from the world’s biggest economies met in Shanghai, China over the weekend to discuss many of the problems for which they alone are responsible.

Clinton-Email-ScandalEmailgate: The Hillary Emails

By Brandon Turbeville, February 29 2016

In what has developed from a cursory spin-off issue from the Benghazi catastrophe in which US Ambassador to Libya and terrorist liaison Chis Stephens was killed, Hillary Clinton’s use of her private internet server and the server of the Clinton Foundation for emails that contained sensitive and confidential material has now ballooned into a major controversy in true Clinton fashion.

TrumpBashing Donald Trump Makes Him Stronger

By Stephen Lendman, February 28 2016

He’s a duopoly power anomaly, a billionaire, demagogic business as usual aspirant, coming across to supporters as populist. Yet nothing in his campaign suggests it, other than his anti-establishment rhetoric.

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