The senator joined with the openly corrupt operatives of the Democratic Party instead of starting a pro-worker New Deal party that could have united an American majority
How the German sociologist’s theory of charisma explains the effect of social media on modern politics
Was Bernie Sanders America’s Corbyn? How labor, socialism, and wokeness splintered into entirely different movements and exploded a traditional left coalition.
On the campaign trail in Michigan
Is the presidential candidate a democratic socialist, a left populist, or something else?
Why Joe Biden’s Super Tuesday win was powered by black America
On the shrinking stage of the once-mighty pro Israel conference, Mike Bloomberg looks even smaller than usual
Podcasters bitch and moan in the Palace of Fine Arts on the eve of Bernie Sanders’ Super Tuesday revolution
A dispatch from Austin, Texas, ahead of the Super Tuesday presidential primary
Most Jews—and many Democrats—believe Bernie Sanders is a dangerous radical
Ex-British MP Ian Austin talks about the encounters with Holocaust survivors that shamed him into leaving the Labour Party
The Democratic Party establishment is faced with a choice of nominating a socialist for president or sending their young shock troops out into the netherworld of third-party politics
Campaign 2020: As Bernie Sanders and Michael Bloomberg overshadow the rest of the Democratic field, Amy Klobuchar excels on the stump and Andrew Yang actually makes sense
The making of America’s first Jewish president?
Let’s talk about the shysters, con men, and frauds surrounding the Democratic front-runner
Bernie has been America’s greatest truth-teller on economic inequality, so why can’t he be truthful about anti-Semitism?
The presidential trailblazer just took a historic first step toward national dialogue about anti-Semitism. But its success will depend on whether he’s willing to confront some hard choices.
In her New York rally this week, Elizabeth Warren demonstrated what sets her campaign apart, and what she still needs to consider before next November
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