Daily Clips: April 13th, 2016

The future of Bernie Sanders’ grassroots army: Bernie has lit a progressive fire in this country that will not burn out anytime soon. How will he continue to mobilize his supporters after this election?

Paul Ryan isn’t a moderate alternative to Donald Trump. He’s not moderate at all.

Should feminism be about political solidarity? An interesting and thought provoking read.

North Carolina’s bathroom law just keeps backfiring on Pat McCrory:

If this saga has gone terribly for McCrory, it’s been great for Democratic Attorney General Roy Cooper, who is trying to unseat the one-term governor.

Cooper’s game plan to win in a socially conservative state like North Carolina had always been to attack McCrory on his job-creating record. Now, Cooper can claim he has tangible evidence to “prove” that the governor’s proposals are costing North Carolina residents jobs. And he can make the case that McCrory’s executive order is an admission that the law went too far while still hammering the governor on the law itself. (McCrory’s camp responded that the governor is making decisions “based on the best interests of the state and its citizens.”)

Tweet of the day:

Nick Cassella

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