The already crowded race for the Democratic nomination has grown even more crowded –and disjointed–with the entry of former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg. Will his money and management skills be enough to score him a bulls eye in his quest for the Presidency? Is it really as much of a long shot as many observers think? On-Target’s Larry Sparano and former AP Newsman Bryant Thomas discuss his chances:
Alternative Media Commentator Kim Iversen names Bernie Sanders, Tulsi Gabbard and Andrew Yang as the three Democrats who have the best chance of unseating Donald Trump in the 2020 election. Is she right? On Target’s Larry Sparano says partly yes, and partly no. He explains to Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
Former Texas Congressman and now Democratic Presidential Candidate Beto O’Rourke says the mass shooting in his hometown of El Paso is pretty much all Trump’s fault. But On-Target’s Larry Sparano says others, including many members of O’Rourke’s own party should share the blame. Here’s Larry in conversation with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
The second round of televised debates among Democratic presidential candidates kicked off last night, with a marked departure from the heavy emphasis on race issues that pervaded the last round of debates. Much more attention was given to the economy. On-Target’s Larry Sparano says that must continue, if the Democrats expect to win against Trump. Here’s how he explains it in this segment with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York. Larry and Kent’s conversation follows part of an interview with candidate Elizabeth Warren:
The din of screaming Democrats and partisan analysts is intensifying, now that the Mueller Report has been released to the public. But whether some of its conclusions are true or untrue, their hidden goal of removing Trump from office may very well backfire, and actually increase Trump’s chances of being re-elected. On-Target’s Larry Sparano explains why, in his latest exchange with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
The Mueller report apparently concludes that there was no conclusive evidence showing that Trump colluded with Putin or other Russian officials in an attempt to influence the 2016 presidential election. So, does that mean that the torrent of attacks depicting Trump as a Russian pawn will cease? Famed political observer Paul Craig Roberts lays out the picture as he sees it, with On-target’s Larry Sparano.
Is Bernie Sanders already emerging as a candidate who will be a strong front runner as the 2020 campaign season gets underway? There are a number of indications showing that he might take the lead among Democrats, even if Joe Biden gets into the race for the presidency. But what would be his chances of beating Trump? On-Target’s Larry Sparano reminds listeners that in 2016, polls showed Sanders beating Trump in a head-to-head contest. And many analysts believe he would have, if Hillary Clinton hadn’t snatched the Democratic nomination away from him through her use of Super Delegates Here’s Larry’s assessment of it, in this exchange with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
The President is declaring victory over his critics following the non-conclusions of the Mueller Report regarding Obstruction of Justice, and the affirmative conclusion that there was no “Russian Collusion” on Trump’s part. But Democrats are making it plain that they will pursue all such matters further –much further.
How much traction will they get, heading into the 2020 elections? Here’s On-Target’s Larry Sparano, talking about that with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:
He staged a false racial attack, caused the Chicago Police Department to spend tons of money and man hours, inflamed racial tensions in a city already rent by violence and hatred –and now it’s just, uh, ‘never mind? A great deal if you can get it. And Jussie Smollett did!
And in a second report, polling shows that voters don’t give a rat’s, uh posterior, about the results of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s exhaustive, 22-month long, 31 million dollar investigation into Trump’s activities. Considering such polling, how much longer should Democrats and other critics continue to harp on Trump’s alleged “Russian Collusion?” Here’s On-Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York in discussion of both topics. First, Smollett:
We have two reports for you today: First, a story about why a black family decided not to cover up racial graffiti scrawled on their house. Second, a separate report on what political baggage Joe Biden will drag with him if he decides to enter the 2020 presidential race. Both conversation are between On-Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York: