Jessica Corbett: After 175 Years, Scientific American Backs Biden With Magazine’s First-Ever Endorsement
With unprecedented wildfires burning across western states, the Gulf Coast bracing for a hurricane, and the coronavirus pandemic still raging, Scientific American on Tuesday gave Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden its first-ever endorsement in the magazine’s 175-year history.
I’m sending money, canvassing, registering voters, and voting for Joe.
George T. Conway, III et al: We’ve never backed a Democrat for president. But Trump must be defeated.
We are in extraordinary times, and we have chosen to put country over party — and former vice president Joe Biden is the candidate who we believe will do the same.
Donald Trump attempts to take out his electoral adversaries one by one, Mafia-style.
Us liberals got a choice to make, y’all. Then the real fun starts.
It’s hardly surprising that if a Democrat wins the White House, taxes on wealthy Americans and corporations will probably go up. How they’ll go up is the more interesting question.
Although the Iowa Caucus was an epic fail, it did make a few things clear.
Sanders and Warren are the only remaining candidates who’ve introduced policies aimed at addressing racial inequity, but many folks of color are skeptical of their commitment to those policies.
What’s at stake includes democracy—the informed consent of the governed—and so much more.
If Democrats have to choose between winning over moderate Republicans in the suburbs or winning back working class defectors in the midwestern heartland, there is more pay dirt in the latter.
To win the Electoral College in 2020, Dems would do well to follow Trump’s lead and play to their base of progressive, young, minority and college educated voters..
Despite ridicule by Republican leaders, calls for a Green New Deal resonate with 80 percent of Americans.
Various power brokers may laugh at Trump’s vanities and object to his vulgarity and his selfishness and greed, but they also abet him because he serves to divide people while protecting elite privileges against reformers.