Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) defended his Reagan-era affinity to left-wing regimes in an interview with the New York Times last week, saying that he “did his best” to oppose the anti-communist foreign policy stances of the United States.
In leaked audio, Middlebury College administrators can be heard apologizing to and supporting students who successfully managed to shut down a lecture by a conservative speaker.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.), a mid-tier candidate in the Democratic presidential primary, unveiled on Monday an ambitious proposal to cancel student loan debt and make all public universities tuition-free. In what may or may not be a coincidence, the date of Warren’s announcement, April 22, just happens to be the birthday of Vladimir I. Lenin, the architect of Soviet communism.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand is set to sign on to a policy proposal penned in part by a Marxist think tank best known for serving as a de facto Soviet mouthpiece during the Cold War.
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.
The Kamala Harris campaign announced Thursday that Rep. Barbara Lee (D.), a far-left California congresswoman known for her relationship with deceased Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, would be its co-chair.
Mihrigul Tursun, a Uyghur Muslim who survived a re-education camp in China, testified before a congressional committee Wednesday and called for Uyghurs to have independence from China.
The California State Assembly debated legislation Thursday introduced by Democratic Assemblyman Miguel Santigo that would make “International Workers’ Day,” a holiday with Socialist and Communist roots, a paid state holiday.
Jacobin magazine—described variously as either socialist or Marxist—was one of the clients that entered into a voluntary exchange of goods and services on the free market to purchase followers on Twitter, according to a recent report.