The Democratic presidential debate tonight will be moderated by PBS's Yamiche Alcindor, a journalist whose record of anti-Sanders bias is incredibly long.
In 2016, union leaders admired Bernie Sanders’s long track record of fighting for the working class but considered him “unfeasible.” That’s no longer the case. Organized labor must back Sanders’s 2020 campaign.
No other presidential candidate has anywhere near as strong a platform on public education as Bernie Sanders. That’s why America’s teachers’ unions should endorse him for president.
Bernie Sanders' choice to run as a Democrat means he can't present a real alternative to Hillary Clinton.
Bernie Sanders is running for president again. His message is simple: there's a class war raging and working people need to win it.
In 1981, Bernie Sanders achieved the unthinkable — dethroning a deeply entrenched city establishment in Burlington, Vermont, with an upset victory in the city’s mayoral race that no one saw coming. His methods were familiar: a populist, working-class message, door-to-door grassroots organization, and a dogged refusal to bow to elite pressure.
Will backing Bernie Sanders help build an independent left? A debate.
Remember the frenzied, paranoid style of right-wing anti-Clintonism? The lies, the conspiracy theories, the deeply personal disgust? Well, it’s back — only this time it’s migrated to the Democratic Party and its unhinged attacks on Bernie Sanders.
Shaun King on the importance of Bernie Sanders's lifelong dedication to anti-racist struggle, from the 1960s to today.
Bernie Sanders often argues, “Beating Trump is not good enough.” This is an understatement. The world quite literally depends on us winning a political revolution. Only Bernie has a plan for that.
History shows that Bernie Sanders's campaign will raise lots of hopes — and do little to strengthen the Left.
Chicago is the city where Bernie Sanders first organized as a socialist, struggled for civil rights, and "began to understand the futility of liberalism."
Big surprise: the New York Times reporter covering Bernie Sanders has a long record of unfairly attacking Sanders — while neglecting to mention that the sources she quotes are corporate lobbyists.
Do you want to see Donald Trump defeated in 2020? Of course you do. The candidate who is best positioned to do exactly that: Bernie Sanders.
Top leaders in Unite Here Local 226 in Las Vegas have been circulating attacks on Bernie Sanders and his Medicare for All proposal. They should listen to their membership and stop slandering the most pro-worker candidate in the race.
Only to frightened elites.
Pundits who once decried Joe Biden’s attacks on Social Security are now insisting he never made them, while self-declared “fact-checkers” with an ax to grind are treated like an infallible Ministry of Truth. The anti-Sanders attack machine has taken an Orwellian turn.
The Democratic Party establishment has shown itself time and again to be an enemy of left-wing policies. Despite her progressive plans, Elizabeth Warren is cozying up to those Democratic elites. Bernie Sanders welcomes their hatred.
Bernie Sanders has a long record of supporting pro-worker policies. Organized labor should back his presidential run.