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To Turn with Joy and Hope: A Conversation Between Okla Elliott and Sonya Huber

  SH: So, Okla, you recently wrote Bernie Sanders: The Essential Guide, and are now working on a similar short book for Squint Books on Pope Francis. In the Bernie book, you manage to work in cool departures into sci-fi … Continue reading

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Bernie Sanders’ Gay Pride Day Proclamation and the History of LGBT Advocacy

Bernie Sanders’ Gay Pride Day Proclamation and the History of LGBT Advocacy by Chase Dimock The above image is of Bernie’s declaration of a “Gay Pride Day” in Burlington, VT in 1985. I was born in 1985, which means that … Continue reading

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When Hillary Clinton Plays the Victim We All Lose

by Lynn Marie Houston After the first Democratic debate, Hillary Clinton began leveling false accusations of sexism in attempts to damage the credibility of her opponent, Bernie Sanders (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJ4wiAZevec). As a woman and a feminist, I am appalled that a … Continue reading

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Four Ways Sanders Is a Better Candidate than Clinton

Four Ways Sanders Is a Better Candidate than Clinton by Okla Elliott First off, allow me to reiterate Bernie’s dictum that we never attack political candidates personally, and allow me to beseech both Sanders supporters and Clinton supporters to follow … Continue reading

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Four Ways Bernie Sanders Won the First Democratic Debate

Four Ways Bernie Sanders Won the First Democratic Debate by Okla Elliott First off, let me say that even as an avid Sanders supporter, I have to admit Sanders did not perform to his fullest capacity in the debate—or to … Continue reading

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Who Is Bernie Sanders?

Who Is Bernie Sanders? by Vincent Czyz and Okla Elliott His national poll rating has more than doubled, to nearly 11%, in only five weeks. His rallies in Iowa and New Hampshire attracted larger crowds than any other candidate, Democrat … Continue reading

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