August 24, 2016

Sanders revives his rebellion

Washington  Times - Wednesday marks the debut of Sen. Bernie Sanders‘ reinvention. The former presidential hopeful is launching “Our Revolution”, a new activist outreach to his many fans, in an online broadcast to 2,600 “watching parties” in every state — as far flung as Fort Yukon, Alaska; Gouldsboro, Maine; Brownsville, Texas; Naalehu, Hawaii, and Minot, North Dakota. The address begins at 9 p.m. ET.
In addition, Mr. Sanders will publish a book titled “Our Revolution: A Future to Believe In.” The work is due on book shelves Nov. 15, primarily recapping his campaign trail experiences and underscoring his progressive ideas for America.
Mr. Sanders‘ efforts have been greeted with new reports from The New York Times and other news organizations claiming that his staff is in a “revolt” because of financing issues, plus personnel and organizational changes. Mr. Sanders has not commented on the claims, and the debut of “Our Revolution” — both the cause and the book — is going on as scheduled


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