Category: Elections

Sam Husseini: Lousy Food, Small Servings — Sanders Foreign Policy: Backing Saudi Intervention

Sanders doesn’t seem to take money from Lockheed Martin — though he’s backed their F-35, slated to be based in Vermont — but his stance on Saudi Arabia must bring a smile to the faces of bigwigs there

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Cornel West: Endorsing Bernie Sanders, Black Lives Matter and Donald Trump

Interview on the state of politics in America

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Glenn Greenwald: Jorge Ramos Commits Journalism, Gets Immediately Attacked by Journalists

Ultimately, demands for “neutrality” and “objectivity” are little more than rules designed to shield those with the greatest power from meaningful challenge

Danica Jorden: The Ramos – Trump Exchange: GOP Candidate’s Muddled But Clearly Xenophobic Message

“If we as reporters do not take a stand and ask the difficult questions, we are not doing our job.”

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Paul Street: Overworked and Out of Time: a Democracy Issue

The long-shot United States Democratic Party presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has been telling the large crowds attending his rallies that American workers put in the longest hours in the industrialized world. He’s on solid ground. According to the International Labor Organization, “Americans work 137 more hours per year than Japanese workers, 260 more hours per Read more…

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Vincent Emanuele: Reflections From Indiana

On Wednesday, July 29, 2015, the Bernie Sanders campaign organized house party meetings across the U.S. One estimate placed the number of meetings at 3,300, with over 100,000 people attending.

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Steve Early: How “Brother” Bernie Is Making Labor’s Day

Whether he wins or loses, Sanders is already helpfully tapping into rank-and-file discontent about who gets to decide what in our unions

Paul Rogers: Jeremy Corbyn may be ahead of the game

On big issues, including climate change and poverty, the Labour hopeful could put Cameron on the back foot

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Federico Fuentes: Venezuela: Could Chavistas Lose The Coming Election?

Every election since Hugo Chavez’s successful 1998 bid for president has been transformed into a referendum on the future of the country’s “Bolivarian revolution”

Sophia Tesfaye: Private prisons get Bern-ed: Sanders proposes abolishing for-profit facilities

The Independent Vermont senator plans to bolster his criminal justice reform record with new bill next month

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