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:

 

Trump Verses Biden: Why Trump’s B.S. Goes Over With Voters!

If you analyze much of what Trump says, it’s either exaggeration or outright deception. So why do voters remain attached to the most unconventional president of recent times? On Target’s Larry Sparano says it’s because of the emotional bonding he has maintained with his supporters from the time he announced for the Presidency. Here’s Larry talking about Trump’s special talent, with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

After Super Tuesday: Trench Warfare for Bernie?

Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks news blog says now it’s trench warfare, following the huge wins for Joe Biden on Super Tuesday. Uygur says the battle to get Bernie Sanders the Democratic nomination for President is “about to get way, way uglier.” Unger says the progressives who support Biden “will not go quietly into the night”. So, would such a nasty thrust to stop Biden work? Or would it just make matters worse for Bernie? On Target’s Larry Sparano talks about that and more with Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York:

 

 

Hillary and Mike? Bloomberg’s best hope for the Presidency?

Hillary and Mike? Following the New Hampshire primary, who is in best position to get the Democratic nomination, and who has the best shot at beating Trump? That’s what On Target’s Larry Sparano is discussing today with veteran newsman and political commentator Bryant Thomas, most recently of the AP radio news bureau in Washington, D.C.

Iowa Caucus: R.I.P?

Even when and if the final Iowa Caucus results are finally tallied, there’s going to be continuing arguments about who came out on top and by how much. This, of course lessens the “bandwagon” effect that winning in Iowa and then New Hampshire often produces. Who benefits most? Maybe Biden –who would be more damaged if the Caucus app worked properly and showed him a clear loser? Here’s On Target’s Larry Sparano, talking about the process with 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:

 

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:

Noam Chomsky: Trump’s Hidden Masters –Larry Sparano reacts

Renowned linquist and political analyst Noam Chomsky begins to today’s segment, with his reading on  mistakes by Democrats that could give Trump another election victory in 2020.  He talks about the hidden constituencies of both parties, which make both Dems and Republicans dance to tunes which the electorate no longer wishes to hear.  Following Chomsky’s analysis,  On-Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett react to Chomsky’s main points. We begin with Chomsky:

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Gerald Celente: Why Sanders is Surging

Despite Joe Biden’s entry this week into the 2020 Presidential Race, Bernie Sanders is still drawing widespread support.  Famed Trends Forecaster Gerald Celente explained why, even before Biden put his hat in the ring.  Here is Celente’s take on it, in this conversation with On-Target’s Larry Sparano: