Patrick A. Howell and Sara Kellel examine 2020 presidential hopefuls, Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders. Both show that all “black” candidates are not created equal.
Hobie Anthony examines how politics are like sports now, taking sides, and how media and algorithms have amplified the combat through quantitative trending.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews The People Are Going to Rise Like the Waters Upon Your Shore: A Story of American Rage by Jared Yates Sexton. (Counterpoint)
The Life of Pablo may meet Uncle Joe in the 2020 election; with the news that Biden confirmed that he wouldn’t run, then that he refused to rule out that he wouldn’t. Yay politics.
Australian Roger Pugh examines the results of this presidential election and looks ahead to the ticket for 2020: a showdown between Democrat Michelle Obama versus Republican James Comey.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Trump is wrong on Obama video, Clinton is cleared by FBI, and more celebrities jump on the advocacy bandwagon.
The Big Smoke America has a big scoop exclusive: we have gotten our hands on the missive planned for President Trump’s very first press conference (after Tuesday’s yuge win, of course). The plans are bigly.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Does it matter if Trump won’t accept a Clinton defeat? And Richard Branson chooses now as the right time to discuss his interactions with the man who seemingly has a revenge list.
We need to cut through the noise and get real.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: Both campaigns have seen scandals, but how has each candidate dealt with them? And what are other world leaders saying about Clinton and Trump?