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Bernie Sanders to visit Cleveland Monday

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will rally supporters at Cleveland State University.

Sanders is expected to discuss a wide range of topics from criminal justice reform to college affordability to immigration reform.

This is Sanders' first stop in Ohio since entering the race.

The Vermont senator will be joined by former Ohio State Senator Nina Turner. Just last week Turner announced she was ditching her support of the Hilary Clinton campaign to endorse Sanders.


U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday will travel to Cleveland for a rally at the Wolstein Center at Cleveland State University. Sanders will be joined by former Ohio state Sen. Nina Turner. The Democratic Party presidential candidate will discuss a wide range of issues, including criminal justice reform, his college affordability plan, immigration reform, income and wealth inequality and getting big money out of politics.

Here is the itinerary

7 p.m. Cleveland Rally, Wolstein Center at Cleveland State University, 2000 Prospect Ave. E, Cleveland

Doors open at 6 p.m.

The event is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required, but an RSVP is strongly encouraged. Admission is first come, first served.

For a map of available parking, click here.

Public Transportation: The Stephanie Tubbs Jones Transit Center is located across from the Wolstein Center at East 21st and Prospect Avenue. More information can found here. Attendees can also take the Rapid to the Terminal Tower and take the Healthline to Cleveland State University.


Bernie Sanders caregiver roundtable (pics)

Presidential hopeful, Bernie Sanders holds a caregiver roundtable discussion about the issues Iowans who are primary care givers for their loved ones who are sick or disabled, on Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015, at the Central Presbyterian Church in Des Moines. Kelsey Kremer/The Register


Bernie Sanders doubles down on link between climate change and terrorism (video)

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders defends his statements linking climate change to the rise of terrorism and international conflicts

Interesting comment on the site
these points are actually supported by research.
Climate change in the Fertile Crescent and implications of the recent Syrian drought

FTN: Bernie Sanders calls for “political revolution”(video)

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders discusses the Democratic frustration with the growing power of Wall Street

Politifact: Income tax rates were 90 percent under Eisenhower, True

During the eight years of the Eisenhower presidency, from 1953 to 1961, the top marginal rate was 91 percent. (It was 92 percent the year he came into office.)

Sanders said income tax rates under Eisenhower were as high as 90 percent.

A look through the records shows that top earners in the eight years of Eisenhower’s presidency paid a top income tax rate of 91 percent. It was even a bit higher before he took office.

We rate Sanders’ statement True.

Sen. Sanders at Varsity Theater (pics)

Bernie Sanders has arrived at the Varsity Theater to greet supporters at their #demdebate watch party

Bernie Sanders supporters gather just across from the debate at the Varsity Theater, chanting "Bernie, Bernie

Sanders is "on his way," an organizer says. "Hey hey, ho ho, the oligarchy has got to go," crowd chants #demdebate


Sunday Talk Shows

ABC’s “This Week”: Rubio, who sits on the Select Committee on Intelligence, will offer his condolences and thoughts on the Paris massacre. O’Malley will follow to discuss the Democratic primary debate and give his take on the escalating fight between the West and ISIS.

President Obama will appear in an interview that was taped prior to the Paris attacks.

CBS’ “Face the Nation”: Trump headlines the show to offer his thoughts on the Paris massacre, followed by Paul, who will offer his analysis on how American should combat ISIS.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) will discuss his performance at the Democratic primary debate and how he would respond to the attacks on France.

CNN’s “State of the Union”: Bush will make his first appearance, followed by Graham, who has been outspoken about the need for a stronger American foreign policy.

“Fox News Sunday”: Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.), member of the House Select Committee on Intelligence, will be on the show to discuss the intelligence community’s reaction to the Paris attacks.

GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson will also appear to offer his take on the massacre, followed by a taped interview with Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, who is battling cancer.

Foundation for Individual Rights In Education (FIRE) founder Greg Lukianoff will make an appearance on the show to discuss the racial protests on college campuses sweeping the nation.

NBC’s “Meet the Press”: Bush will make his second appearance of the day to give his take on how America should respond to the Paris attacks.


Real Time with Bill Maher: Why Do They Hate Us?

Bill Maher and panelists Dylan Ratigan, Michael Steele and Jay Leno discuss the motivations behind extremists’ attacks on western

Bernie has articulated this the Best
"What about the rest of the world"
Why are the American tax payers the only government, the only person that's supposed to fund and solve the middle east?

Big Bernie guy near the Bernie Sanders tailgate for Dem Debate


New 30 sec. ad airing today in Iowa and New Hampshire: Rigged Economy

A new 30-second television advertisement for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will begin airing on Saturday in Iowa and New Hampshire.

“People are sick and tired of establishment politics and they want real change,” Sanders says in the ad, entitled “Rigged Economy.”

The commercial features Sanders speaking to large audiences at rallies.

“He’s taking on Wall Street and a corrupt political system that keeps in place a rigged economy,” a narrator says.

Sanders’ campaign has been supported by more than 1 million donations, the narrator adds, from “people like you who see the middle class disappearing and want a future to believe in.”

To watch the ad, click here.
To read the script, click here.

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