A list of websites that can help you identify downticket races to get involved in.
Green party candidate for president Jill Stein. Democrats believe she’s the Yoko Ono of the presidential race. Donald Trump believes she’s...yet another faceless disgusting woman who probably has periods. Both major parties would like you to think she’s some sort of dreadlock-y hippie that isn’t worth your time. If corporate shills and/or flat out insane people aren’t your cup of tea, join us as we meet our first of the two major third party candidates and dive a little deeper into this thing called democracy!
Many of us are still less than enthused by the Clinton/Kaine ticket, but as your Facebook friends rant about voters who haven’t gone full-Clinton being traitors to the human race, they might be forgetting that that there are thousands of ways to fight the rise of Il Duce without putting time and money into his heavily compromised opponent. Here are some ideas.
Dispatches from way out in Sandersland: Hillary Clinton's been rolling like a political behemoth and inevitable winner for years, but she’s having trouble convincing young voters to buy into that narrative. For the sake of larger party unity, we've compiled this list of our best, possibly condescending but absolutely imperative advice to Clinton's camp. Millennials will become the largest voting bloc in America in the next few cycles - any party or candidate that wants to be elected or relevant in the future needs to start earning their loyalty ASAP, and Clinton will need these energetic young voters to join her camp if she does in fact become the nominee.
This week on the podcast, Carla Nordstrom joins us for our coverage of the Nevada Caucus results, the fully bonkers South Carolina GOP primary results, a finally tally of what money can't buy you care of a now exclamation point-less Jeb, and Donald Trump's latest sparring partner, Pope Francis. Naturally we didn't forget to bring you this week's crazy Scalia conspiracy theories and make sure to listen to Carla's editorial on young voters and the Democratic Party! Yet another can't-miss week and more are on the way!
This week on BTL, literally everything happened. The Iowa Caucuses! A Democratic Debate! A Republican Debate! It was a bonanza of everything we love and hold dear. We've got caucus results, polling heading into New Hampshire (it's on Tuesday!), and rampant speculation about South Carolina, plus, find our why we're totally over Chris Wallace, totally into DeRay McKesson, and totally pissed at Gloria Steinem. And if all that wasn't enough, Sinkhole Radio is back! What a whirlwind!