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Daily World endorsement goes to Teresa Purcell
During Wednesday night’s debate, all sorts of people got their sombreros, bra straps and pacifiers in a twist over comments Donald Trump made.
While other voter blocs were disrespected in some of these emails, Catholics were treated with contempt for their “severely backwards” way of thinking.
Trump met his match when he disrespected women. They represent about 53 percent of the electorate.
What is striking in this year’s presidential race is that for the first time in modern campaign history, multiple contenders openly endorsed the populist charge that American democracy has been corrupted by mega money from billionaires and corporations.
How would Donald Trump perform as the commander-in-chief during a disaster?
She’s a Clinton — a Democrat who believes in progressive goals, but who’s willing to trim them, postpone them, even throw them under a bus (temporarily, anyway) when practical politics requires.
We all have a lot to contemplate after this election cycle, including some ugly truths it has revealed about our nation.
What might a post-Trump GOP look like?
America may elect a real female president. But judging by the men talking loudly, constantly about “toughness,” “stamina” and the sorry state of their gender, it seems American masculinity is still in crisis.
It’s the math enabling Trump to justify having a wife just a decade older than his daughter and a son who’s not as old as some of his jokes.
How ironic then that the best and brightest of the baby boomers have in their own way replicated the missteps of their predecessors.
It took the mental image of their own child and/or spouse looking up to, or perhaps being in a room alone with, a man who casually chats about groping women against their will — labeled sexual assault in criminal codes — before GOP leaders could see the light and decide that harsh criticism, not lukewarm justification, was warranted?
Neither Indiana Gov. Mike Pence nor Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine was pressed at all on his qualifications for the job, or on his readiness tobecome president if necessary.
The drama went off the docket this year for two reasons.
Stopping Trump is too important to be left to politicians