If President Trump loses, the GOP can work with Biden and mitigate the damage. A Sanders presidency, however, would be a greater threat to liberty.
Like Trump, Sanders is tapping into a seething discontent in American life over who has power and who doesn’t. This isn’t Obama’s America anymore.
Here are just 19 of the insane policy proposals and radical ideas Bernie Sanders would champion as president.
During a CNN town hall, Bernie Sanders suggested he would deal with the negative label of being called a socialist by calling Trump a socialist.
Barack Obama weighs in on the 2020 Democratic race, warning Democratic voters not to follow left-leaning Twitter feeds and activist wings of the party.
The three most influential economists in the 2020 election, working with Warren and Sanders promulgate falsehoods and lies about the American economy.
During night one of the second Democratic debate, former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper called Bernie Sanders’ policies a “disaster at the ballot box.”
John Cummings is a retired NYPD cop and high school civics teacher. He is running for Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s seat in New York’s 14th district.
Athens, the birthplace of democracy and the first republic, is now in horrific economic disarray, with Greeks fleeing to find new opportunity abroad.
At part one of the first 2020 Democratic primary debate, candidates pledged to fix the economy to work for the American people. One problem: the people think it works well.
Bernie Sanders and AOC point to the brief window of Swedish socialism’s artificial success before Sweden crumbled under its reality.
Bernie Sanders delivered a speech at George Washington University that insisted ‘democratic socialism’ is the only way to defeat oligarchy.
‘If they could just pitch in the 2 cents, then everyone in this country has a chance to build something,’ Elizabeth Warren said, doffing her Santa hat.
Ben Domenech interviews former U.S. Ambassador to India, David Mulford on the rising trends in economics and politics around the globe.
The leftist punditry refuses to admit that Venezuela’s fate is due to their socialist policies and that Nordic success is the exception, not the rule.
There are already programs in place to help the poorest families pay for college and health care. Nationalizing them is a giant subsidy to wealthier people.
From reviving the steel industry to witnessing landmark foreign policy achievements, Trump embodies many of Sanders’s ideals.
The 2020 contender thinks waiting in line for food means equitable distribution of wealth. He also has a history of fawning over Fidel Castro.
Calling something a ‘human right’ signifies that it’s no longer legitimate to debate the wisdom and prudence of various strategies for providing that thing.
Socialism begins as a form of serfdom, tying people to the government just as medieval landlords tied their serfs to the land.
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