Plan B as in Bernie?

By BERRY CRAIG Is it possible that even die-hard Hillary Clinton Democrats might end up grudgingly grateful for Bernie Sanders? She’s still the all-but-certain presidential nominee. But he could be the party’s Plan B if it turns out there’s really … Continue reading →

Trump’s NAFTA baloney

By BERRY CRAIG Either Donald Trump is flat fibbing about the North American Free Trade Agreement or he’s clueless about the deal unions say has cost thousands of American jobs. The presumptive Republican presidential nominee wants voters—especially working stiffs–to believe … Continue reading →

Trump’s trousers blaze anew

By BERRY CRAIG Donald Trump ought to add Nomex pants for politicians to his clothing line and take the first pair for himself. Not a NASCAR fan? Nomex is that flame resistant material in race car drivers’ suits. Anyway, Trump’s … Continue reading →

I’m for Bernie Sanders and closed primaries

By BERRY CRAIG AFT Local 1360 I Felt the Bern Tuesday, but I don’t share my candidate’s disdain for closed primaries. Sen. Bernie Sanders, according to a Washington Post story, said Hillary Clinton won in Kentucky because it’s one of … Continue reading →

Western Kentucky union members who Feel the Bern: stay home on Nov. 8 and the country gets Trump

By BERRY CRAIG Some people who Feel the Bern swear they won’t vote for Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. Western Kentucky union members, current and past, I spoke with at the Bernie Sanders rally Sunday in Paducah said … Continue reading →