Bernie Sanders may well be nominated to be the next President Of The United States. This has engendered a flurry of hair-on-fire commentaries and editorials. I would like to inject a small note of calm and caution.
A longtime activist explains why she supports Bernie Sanders.
Although the Iowa Caucus was an epic fail, it did make a few things clear.
I respectfully encourage the DNC to abandon its corporate allegiance, re-configure its membership and shift into alignment with the will of the people.
Ralph Nader: It Should Be Easy to Defeat Trump, But Corporate Democrats Look Ready and Willing to Blow It
Trump should be the most defeatable president in history.
The current kerfuffle between Warren and Sanders has almost nothing to do with the real issues at stake in this election and even this primary.
While people of color and middle-class White women are slowly gaining representation, poor Whites’ stars are not rising.
With the 2020 campaign season upon us, “dark money” is again in the news.
Working-class Americans die younger. Here’s what your town can do about it.
Millennials suffer stagnant wages and high expenses in an economy not designed for them — but there’s hope.
Every human being has the fundamental right to a good education. On this 65th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision, we are committed to creating an education system that works for all people, not just the wealthy and powerful.
Unlike any other candidate in the Democratic Primary field and any other candidate in modern American history, Sanders talks in terms of expanding the inalienable rights of every citizen.
The conventions are over and the general election has officially begun. In the primaries, I received 1,846 pledged delegates, 46% of the total. Hillary Clinton received 2,205 pledged delegates, 54%. … Continue reading →
A new poll found that 90 percent of voters lack confidence in the country’s political system. This year’s presidential primary has left many voters feeling helpless and alienated from their … Continue reading →