Digging deep into Hillary’s connections to Wall Street, Abby Martin reveals how the Clinton’s multi-million-dollar political machine operates.
Supporters of Bernie Sanders and others need to be looking for a path to meaningful social and political change in the likely event that he does not win the Democratic Party nomination.
When you traffic in spirits you tend to have unexpected things happen.
Abby Martin sits down with Dr. Stein to look at how her career in medicine helped her diagnose America’s “multi-organ failure,” and why her ideas pose such a threat to Empire.
Despite a concerted effort by the U.S. Empire to snuff out the ideology, a 2016 poll found young Americans have a much more favorable view of socialism than capitalism.
Whatever Bernie Sanders thinks of Hillary Clinton’s presidential qualifications, the former secretary of state is “uniquely unsuited” to the task of stopping climate change
“We have become a Nazi monster in the eyes of the whole world—a nation of bullies and bastards who would rather kill than live peacefully. We are not just Whores for power…
Clinton campaign requests that the Sanders campaign “tone it down” before she will accept the offer for a debate in New York.
It’s 9:40pm here in Florida with Tuesday’s results still pouring in. The message is clear: Hillary has crushed Bernie in 3 key States, a devastating blow to the Political Revolution.
Socialism can be a scary word in today’s world- bringing up images of the USSR and the Cold War. What is Bernie Sander’s Democratic Socialism, and how is it gaining traction with voters across the country?
The strangest and most volatile presidential race in modern history got even more unpredictable on Tuesday night.
Gonzo and Conjure on the Campaign Trail ’16: Florida Man Goes to a Bernie Rally And Suffers Existential Doubt
After the rabid Facebook responses condemning me for daring to criticize Bernie Sanders I felt it was my duty as Disinfo’s principal Communist to investigate just what all this “Feel The Bern” stuff was about.
My prediction that Bernie’s “revolution” would ultimately fail and that we’d need to begin bracing for a Hillary Cosa Nostra or a Trump Fuhrer-dom have rang true.
First, a lot happened for the Democrats after the previous debate. Bernie Sanders was always expected to win in New Hampshire, but few foresaw Hillary Clinton suffering what NPR called a “blowout loss”.
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton said during a town hall on Thursday evening she will release transcripts of paid, closed-door speeches she gave to Wall Street firms “when everyone else does.”
Hawaiian artist Makana released an unofficial anthem for Bernie Sanders this week that has taken the internet by storm.
The most senior Senator and one of nine Vermont Supderdelegates, Patrick Leahy, announced he’s casting his vote for Hillary Clinton at this year’s Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia – No matter what…
At the February 11 Democratic Debate, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton had a spirited exchange about an unlikely topic: the 92-year old former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
2016 NEW HAMPSHIRE PRIMARY: Superdele-what? Relax, The Bad News for Bernie Might Not Be So Bad After All
Making the rounds today is the revelation that, due to pledged Superdelegates in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton will come away from her big loss in the New Hampshire primary with just as many delegates as Bernie Sanders.
Despite a crushing defeat by voters in the New Hampshire primary, Hillary Clinton will likely win more delegates in the state
As comedian Larry David reminded Saturday Night Live viewers over the weekend, many people by now know how proud the Bernie Sanders campaign is for having built its entire campaign through a record-breaking 3.5 million individual donations
If you’re anything like me — and I sincerely hope you’re not because people like me collect strains of HPV from European tourists in Tokyo’s red-light district about as frequently as Holly…
Sanders has railed against Wall Street throughout his populist campaign, accusing the sector of ruining the economy and holding down the middle class.
Many of the same media outlets and overall corporate forces that denounced Eugene McCarthy in 1968, George McGovern in 1972 and Jesse Jackson in 1988 are gunning for Bernie Sanders in 2016.
For a long time, as he campaigned for president, a wide spectrum of establishment media insisted that Bernie Sanders couldn’t win. Now they’re sounding the alarm that he might.