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Are President Trump’s Rallies an Indication of His Power?

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By Roger Caldwell The Democrats are struggling in the 2020 presidential campaign. Senator, Bernie Sanders is leading the pack of Democratic candidates, but he is not really a Democrat, so the campaign is really confusing. Senator Sanders is an independent, and a socialist, and with the label of socialist, he will probably lose to President Trump. Sanders is also a progressive, and an advocate of Medicare for All, the Green New Deal, and much higher taxes on upper incomes.  “The discourse surrounding Bernie Sanders’s campaign has a familiar ring, ‘Stop Sanders’ Democrats Are Agonizing Over His Momentum”, reads a headline in The New York Times this week. As the Democrats are fighting with their own crisis, the Republicans are now the Party of Trump.  President Trump’s support comes from the majority of small donations from under $200. Many Americans hate Trump, but 50% of American love him, and they will vote for him another term. Trump has learned how to create bait, and it attracts a crowd, and his rallies are usually 15,000 to 20,000 strong. At Trump’s rallies, he is also attracting Democrats, because he uses bait and data to study their habits.   “Quickly after his rally Tuesday in New Hampshire, his media team announced that they received over 50,000 new pieces of data (leads) and 24% of them were from registered Democrats. They were focused like a laser on that number because they only lost the state by 2,000 votes in 2016. Their data also shows if you go to a rally there is an 80% chance of you voting on Election Day,” says Darin Spindler - of Magnetic Marketing.  If the Democrats are going to win in 2020, they must study and watch what Trump’s team is doing in their campaign. The Republicans are not fighting amongst themselves, they are organizing and collaborating.  

COMMENTARY: Young voters are going to be key to winning 2020

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THE ATLANTA VOICE — In 2018, the youth vote increased in all 42 states for which youth voting data is available, according...

TGR Commentary – The Protest and the Proxy

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By Lucius Gantt, The Gantt Report      It’s no secret. Everybody knows the government devils can’t count. They couldn’t...

EXCLUSIVE Op-Ed: White House Message to Black America

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NNPA NEWSWIRE — America represents four percent of the world’s population, yet we detain nearly 25 percent of the world’s incarcerated people....

This Race is Ours to Lose

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When Sputnik circled the earth in 1957, Americans were agog that the Russians had beaten us into space.  In Black barbershops, segregated classrooms of the South and other spaces where Black folk could speak openly, it was undisputed that America’s inability to focus on the “space race” was because of its obsession with the “race question.” Three years earlier, the U.S. Supreme Court had ruled that the doctrine of “separate but equal” was unconstitutional and one year after that, the Court had ordered the desegregation of public school with “all deliberate speed.”  These directives for fairness and equality for African Americans set the South ablaze and racial bigots raised every imaginable barricade to prevent equal educational opportunities for Black children.  Some people will say that desegregation had nothing to do with the space race.  But the number of Black astronauts, physicists, engineers and mathematicians who have contributed to America’s space efforts since integration exposes that bit of white supremacy for what it is.  Prohibiting African Americans from attending many universities with advanced science programs, and participating fairly in the aerospace industry and the effort to conquer space, amputated a valuable portion of this nation’s brain power.  Today, we again find ourselves in competition with Russia on another geopolitical chessboard. Russia, Brazil, India and China have pushed forward on...

TGR: The Political Plantation

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     For years and years and years, people of color around the globe have been victimized by Political Plantations.     ...

The Gantt Report – Son of a Garth

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By Lucius Gantt      I am writing this week’s column with a heavy heart. My condolences go out to my great...

TGR: Buckwheat and Aunt Jemima

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     I’m a “Grady baby”. That is what Atlantans call themselves that were born in Grady Hospital.        Atlanta,...

On Labor Day, Commit to Raising Full-Time Workers Out of Poverty

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“The strongest middle class the world has ever known was not built overnight. It was achieved by men and women who believed...

Toni Morrison’s Passing is a Loss for the Racial Justice Community...

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Marc H. Morial President and CEO National Urban League "Oppressive language does more than represent violence; it is...
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