BERNIE SANDERS is on a roll. His political rallies attract bigger crowds than those of any other contender for the presidency. More than 15,000 showed up to hear him speak in Seattle, 27,000 in Los Angeles and 28,000 in Portland. His audience at the Iowa state fair was bigger than The Donald's. One recent poll put him in the lead in New Hampshire, the site of the first primary contest.When Mr Sanders turned up, around half an hour late, at a historic theatre in posh Lincoln Park on Chicago's North Side, he was warmly welcomed by a largely white, mostly young audience of more than 800 who had forked out between $50 and $1,000 to hear him speak. He was introduced by four stalwarts of progressive politics in Chicago: Chuy Garcia, the Cook County commissioner, who had challenged Rahm Emanuel in the mayoral election earlier this year; Susan Sadlowski Garza, an alderwoman and vocal member of the Chicago Teachers Union; Carlos Rosa, who was elected alderman at the tender age of 26, and Robert Peters, an African-American from the...Continue reading Click here to read full news..