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Maya Bhullar | A toolkit for understanding the 2020 United States election.
News
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Karl Nerenberg | The 2020 U.S. presidential election could see a repeat of 2000 or 2016, where the Republicans win electoral votes in just enough states to carry the electoral college, while losing the popular vote.
Columnists
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Pundits and Democratic party elites are demanding Bernie Sanders drop out of the Democratic primary nomination contest, and calling for an abrupt cancellation of the remaining primaries and debates.
Columnists
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Rick Salutin | What if Bernie Sanders loses? The Vermont senator has always been a pragmatist, and has managed to make "socialist" policies politically viable in the U.S.
News
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Karl Nerenberg | The protracted presidential election campaign now underway in the U.S. underscores a number of fundamental differences between our two countries.
Columnists
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | From Canada to Costa Rica, universal health care is already a reality. Perhaps when the U.S. presidential election is over, sensible health policy can become a reality in the U.S., too.
Columnists
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Duncan Cameron | After Republicans and Democrats cried wolf about "socialist" bogeymen for decades, ordinary Americans struggling amid a national affordability crisis are taking interest in Sanders' democratic vision.
Columnists
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Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Iowa and New Hampshire are home to some of the oldest and whitest populations in the U.S. Those states do not represent the Democratic party's diverse supporter base.
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Maya Bhullar | As you plan your charitable giving for the holiday season, let's stand with the rebuilders. Here are some global social movements that need our support.
Podcast
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Victoria Fenner | David Mivasair talks about why he's spending time convincing fellow American expats in Canada to register to vote in 2020. And a commentary about avoiding toxic consumerist excesses on Black Friday.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Sprouts of hope, like the larger monarch sightings this year, have been nurtured by human effort, some governmental, some non-profit, or just individuals who plant milkweed in their backyards.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Populism is clearly the zeitgeist of our time. It's just a question of whose version.