Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) told the New York Times she supported government reparations for African Americans affected by slavery.
Rep. Donna Shalala (D., Fla.) on Thursday slammed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) for not calling on Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro to step down, saying, “Maduro is a dictator and must go.”
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) in 1986 spoke of being “very excited” about watching the late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro’s revolution “rising up against rather ugly rich people” and lambasted the New York Times for not telling the “real truth” about communism in Nicaragua, according to a newly surfaced video.
This is the great paradox of progressive foreign policy: the one factor that is, and has been, most effective at promoting liberal values—American power in all of its forms, military and otherwise—is what Bernie Sanders and other progressives despise as the root of so many of the world’s problems.
A firm paid tens of millions of dollars by the 2016 presidential campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), a vocal critic of Saudi Arabia, performed work on behalf of Saudi interests.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), a self-proclaimed Democratic socialist, will be signing an “affirmation” in the next week pledging he will run as a Democrat in 2020 and serve as one if elected to be the next president, according to his senior campaign adviser.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) is counting on a big result in the New Hampshire Democratic primary next year, given its proximity to her state and the shot of momentum a strong finish could give to her 2020 candidacy.
The $1.5 million first-day fundraising haul for Kamala Harris was gushed over by Slate as “Bernie-esque,” but it turned out to be just a small fraction of what Bernie Sanders was able to raise.