Biden Didn’t Collapse: But Did He Win Sunday’s Debate with Sanders?

Joe Biden might have just dispelled much of the increasing speculation that he is not mentally fit to be President. But even is he still has all his marbles, did he best Bernie Sanders in last night’s audience-less debate? On Target’s Larry Sparano chews that over with newsman and commentator Bryant Thomas:

 

Gerald Celente: Sanders Has a Shot to Dump Trump!

Even before Bloomberg bombed in the latest Democratic debate, famed Trends Forecaster Gerald Celente was projecting an increasing chance for Bernie Sanders to win the Presidency. On Target’s Larry Sparano asks him about that, as well as about Socialism, Climate Change, the New Green Deal, and whether Tesla and Electric Cars are really the wave of the near future:

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:

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Trump Pardons Himself, Bloomberg Faces First Real Test

Trump’s pardons of various crooks are really intended as a pardon for himself, and for all his own missteps, past, present and future. And tonight, Mike Bloomberg will face his first uncontrolled public appearance. That, as he takes on hopefully probing questions from reporters and fire from opponents as he steps onto the debate stage. –Both topics today for On Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

 

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:

 

Election 2020: Who Will Ride Iowa/New Hampshire Bandwagon?

Tonight’s debate in Iowa among Democrats carries with it lots of opportunity and landmines for those who would be President. Who will emerge with the momentum needed to score victories in the upcoming Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire Primary? That’s what On Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York are chewing on today:

 

Debate Highlights: Was Tulsi Gabbard’s Moment the Best?

This week’s Democratic Debate gave the contenders for the Presidency opportunities to shine or fade, heading into the first primary contests. Who scored the best? And did the mainstream media get it right? That’s today’s topic between On Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

For Two-Cents More: Would Elizabeth Warren’s Tax on the Wealthy Work?

Did Thursday night’s debate among the ten leading Democratic contenders for the Presidency result in any dramatic gains or losses for those who would lead the nation in 2020?  And would Elizabeth Warren’s two cent tax fund an array of social programs?   Warren proposes to fund Medicare for All, Universal Child Care, Free College Tuition, Cancellation of Student Debt and a host of other social programs through taxation of the wealthiest  Americans.  Warren says that all that can be paid for just by putting a two cent tax on every dollar of personal income over 50-million.  Would it work? That’s what On-Target’s Larry  Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York would like to find out:

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2nd Dem Debate: Does Biden Have Enough Fire?

The second portion of the latest Democratic Presidential debate, broadcast Wednesday night, focused much more on the economy and health care – -both seen as main issues for voters heading into the 2020 election.  Biden basically held his ground, following the savage attacks from rivals that diminished him in the last round of debates. But the question now is –which candidate has sufficient fire win young voters and others, and to  take on Trump.  Filmmaker and social critic Michael Moore says it’s not Biden.  Following an interview with Moore, On-Target’s Larry Sparano chimes in, with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York: