Tag Archives: Hillary Clinton

Why I Won’t Vote Unless Things Change

As long as the Democratic Party keeps allowing wealthy oligarchs to remain at the driver’s seat, it won’t matter what brand new figurehead they churn out of their assembly line.

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TPP and the Democrats’ Failure to Manage Globalization At Home

It’s a lop-sided world when a Republican billionaire turned President cancels a corporatist trade deal eagerly pursued by a Democratic administration.

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Political Inversions: Clinton in ’08 and Obama in ’16?

A reflection on the strategic consequences of accidental American political inversions.

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Fake News Alert: Memo to Putin

FSB Briefing Abstract, May 27, 2016 : Plan for Donald Trump to win U.S. Presidency

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The Clintons: A Swan Song

Why did Bill and Hilary Clinton actually achieve so little, despite a quarter century atop American politics? A. They just like talking. B. Can’t deliver. C. System won’t let them.

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Mitt Romney for President in 2016?

A close-up examination of the bizarre and risky way to elect U.S. presidents.

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How the Clintons Pivoted America

Bill Clinton’s repositioning of the Democratic Party two decades ago continues to leave it adrift.

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To Pres. Obama and Secretary Clinton: “In The Name of God, Go”

The two deserve enormous blame, over the years, for the recent election outcome.

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Did Democrats Fail in 2016 Because of Sexism in America?

Relying on demographic changes, the Democrats expected 2016 to become the End of History for the Republicans. Boy, were they wrong.

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The Two Clintons: De Facto Republicans

Why some Republicans are about to put one of their own in the White House: Hillary Clinton.

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