Last night, Bernie Sanders announced that he will be contesting the Presidency in 2020. Disappointingly, America doesn’t seem to care.
Don’t believe the hype, there’s a very very good chance that the Democrats will squander their opportunity to topple Trump at the next election.
The meteoric rise of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has proved many things, and many wrong. But she primarily shows that democracy is alive and well in America. All you need is someone like her.
Knock knock, who’s there? Drraaaammmaaa. Overnight, Kevin Rudd sued the ABC over the cabinet papers, the Super Moon wasn’t that super and Bernie Sanders applauded. Sort of.
Welcome to the wrong side of the Internet tracks. This week we scope Bernie’s new ride, how people solely live off air and the importance of remembering your sanity, alongside your pin.
Morning! It was an historic evening as Berkeley saw another bloody demonstration, Bernie Sanders’ legacy was ruined and a one-note song played its part in a referendum.
Morning, you brain-dead geniuses. What happened while you were asleep? Well, a former Bernie staffer launched the US progressive party, the Icelandic PM moved to ban the Hawaiian pizza (sort of), and an Australian faces a Balinese jail.
The majesty of Humpday is upon us. What happened while you were asleep? Things got very silly indeed. A chip that resembled Harambe sold for $100k, Bernie Sanders was inspo for high fashion, and male birth control almost arrived.
Identity politics, a victim fest, the greatest hits of Trump and the last(ish) stand of Bernie. If you thought the DNC would be sensible, yeah nah.
The week that was, was not very good: more violence in Turkey and France, US political criticism got childish, Sanders supporters full of hot air.
Despite the platitudes of two of the more responsible political voices, Messrs. Sanders and Corbyn, underneath all, they are still politicians.
When Hillary Clinton comes calling in November, will the Bernie voters come over, or will they turn Trump?
The great minds from Bad Lip Reading return, with their version of Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
If Bernie Sanders can effectively utilise the Panama Papers, they could be the key to the front door of the White House.
With Hillary Clinton’s lead for the democratic nom essentially set, we’re asking how she garnered such a lead with the superdelegates.
Bernie keeps winning, but he won’t get the nom. Cruz is catching Trump, but neither have the backing. Here’s how a four horse race would work.
Voters of the world rejoice! We’ve worked around the clock to count your votes, and the winner is…
SNL’s Kate McKinnon has put the boot into Hillary Clinton’s election campaign by literally turning into Bernie Sanders. Ha! Bern!
Missed the political subtleties of Super Tuesday? Well, you won’t find it here. We have who won, where and by how much. Plus insanity.
The time is now for Bernie Sanders, the candidate the world (and myself) wants as President, but massive obstacles remain – Harrison Jones
Mena Soliman has analysed the endorsements in the 2016 presidential elections to answer the question: Can Snoop’s izzle bizzle get you into the White Hizzle?
Rob Idol is back with his summation of the week that was and he’s not short of content; black holes, Trump’s revival and a Valentine’s gesture.