Justice and it’s complications; and, an interview with Greg Palast on voter purging in the New York primaries and the national election.
Going into the high-stakes, delegate-rich April 19 New York primary, presidential hopefuls are leaving nothing to chance. They’re all over the Empire State, working their circuits and trolling for votes. A hurriedly arranged CNN “debate” between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders tonight in Brooklyn is trumping (pardon the pun) all other events the Democratic candidates have scheduled. On the Republican side, Donald Trump is making the most of his hometown brand.
Leid Stories discusses the importance of the New York primary, especially to those who reject duopoly politics.