Can Sanders Redefine Who He Is?

Joe Biden’s blowout in Super Tuesday can be attributed in large part to the fear of many Democrats of putting a “radical” socialist in the White House. On Target’s Larry Sparano says Sanders must quickly redefine who he is, and what he would actually bring to the nation. Here’s Larry in discussion with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

Super Tuesday: Sanders’ Road to the White House?

Even if Bernie Sanders emerges strong from today’s Super Tuesday primaries in 14 states, does that mean he’s headed for the Democratic nomination for President? And even if it’s not denied him for a second time by party regulars, is he electable? Can he beat Trump? Economist and political commentator Robert Reich, who was secretary of labor for Bill Clinton, says yes. Reich believes that Sanders’ time has come, considering the state of the nation in 2020. On Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York discuss the reasons why:

 

Dropout Dems: What it Means Going Into SuperTuesday:

With Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg dropping out and giving their endorsements to Joe Biden, along with Beto O’Rourke –does it amount to a turning point for Joe in his quest for the Presidency? That’s what On Target’s Larry Sparano and veteran newsman Bryant Thomas are chewing on, as the polls are about to open in 14 states on this Super Tuesday:

 

 

Bloomberg Flunks Opening Exam: Last Night’s Debate

Mike Bloomberg never recovered from the opening shot in last night’s debate. The unfriendly fire was hurled at him by Elizabeth Warren, and it set the tone for the rest of the evening. On Target’s Larry Sparano talks about that with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

NOTE: Due to a technical problem with the audio, it is best to play this post with treble on high.  Apologies to our viewers

 

Iowa Debate: No Bullseyes for Dems

With just weeks to go before the Iowa Caucus, Democratic candidates were once more largely off the mark in their quest for votes. Perhaps the strongest showing was made by Bernie Sanders. On Target’s Larry Sparano explains why to Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

 

 

 

To Become President: Does New Hampshire Still Count?

It used to be that he (or now, she) who won New Hampshire had a very good chance of winning the Presidency. Does that still apply? On Target’s Larry Sparano discusses that with former AP Newsman Bryant Thomas, now living in the First-in-the-Nation Primary State:

 

Biden vs. Farmer: An On-Target Perspective

Joe Biden has been busy in Iowa, trying to gain support in his quest for the Presidency. He might have an advantage in convincing union members to vote for him, we know of at least one farmer who won’t. Should you? On-Target’s Larry Sparano suggests some questions you might want to put to Joe, when he campaigns in your area:

 

 

What that Iowa Farmer Should have Asked Biden

Who won the Iowa debate between Joe Biden and a retired farmer? The farmer did. But he could have won it even more decisively if he confronted Biden with some well-crafted questions. Since no one has done that,  including reporters, On-Target’s Larry Sparano lays out what Biden should have been asked about his son’s profiteering in Ukraine. He explains to Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York

Tax The Rich? That’s Un-American!???

The latest polls are apparently showing an increase in support for Elizabeth Warren’s Tax-The-Rich economic plan. She says just a slight increase in taxes for the very wealthy would provide funding for many much-needed and justifiable social programs. Of course, conservative voices are calling that Socialism. Economist Richard Wolff says Warren has the right idea. And he adds that the notion that the rich deserve what they “made on their own” is myth. On-Target’s Larry Sparano discusses that myth with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

The Three Best Hopes for Democrats 2020?

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: