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:

 

Did Socialism Destroy Rome? Are We Next?

With Bernie Sanders now in the lead for the Democratic Nomination for President, there is increasing alarm in some circles regarding the Socialist “threat” to America. Is that just nonsense, or a real danger? A well-regarded historian and economist joins On Target’s Larry Sparano for today’s discussion. Here is Larry’s chat with Professor Lawrence Reed:

Bernie and the Super Delegates: The Fix Is In –Again!

After Hillary Clinton stole the Democratic nomination from Bernie Sanders in 2016, the party supposedly put “reforms” in place that would prevent such a trick from occurring again. But there’s a new game afoot to prevent Sanders from getting the nomination this time around as well. On-Target’s Larry Sparano explains in this conversation with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York: