Tag: Sanders

Select period from
to
Bernie Sanders Responds to Trump’s Oval Office Address
Bernie Sanders Responds to Trump’s Oval Office Address
January 9, 2019

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) delivers a response to President Donald Trump's address to the nation Tuesday night on the shutdown and the President's demand for funding for a wall.

Big American Money, Not Russia, Put Trump in the White House: Reflections on a Recent Report
April 1, 2018

On the Friday after the Chicago Cubs won the World Series and prior to the Tuesday on which the vicious racist and sexist Donald Trump was elected President of the United States, Bernie Sanders spoke to a surprisingly small crowd in Iowa City on behalf of Hillary Clinton. As I learned months later, Sanders told one of his Iowa City friends that day that Mrs. Clinton was in trouble. The reason, Sanders reported, was that Hillary wasn’t discussing issues or advancing real solutions. “She doesn’t have any policy positions,” Sanders said.

Big American Money, Not Russia, Put Trump in the White House: Reflections on a Recent Report
Editor's Сhoice
Gang of Four: Senators Call for Tillerson to Enter into Arms Control Talks with the Kremlin
Editor's Сhoice
Gang of Four: Senators Call for Tillerson to Enter into Arms Control Talks with the Kremlin
March 12, 2018

Four United States senators are urging a new approach to U.S.-Russian relations based on renewed arms control efforts, but you probably haven’t heard about it from the mainstream media, Gilbert Doctorow and Ray McGovern report.

Understanding American Presidential Politics
October 5, 2017

…Sanders and Kasich were clearly the leaders in the public’s support in 2016; and their positions — and the contrasts between their positions and those of the two winners — are therefore instructive to understand accurately, in order to understand today’s US Presidential politics accurately at a deeper level.

Understanding American Presidential Politics
World
Sign up for
the Strategic
Culture Foundation
Newsletter
Why Every European Country Has a Trump or Sanders Candidate
Editor's Сhoice
Why Every European Country Has a Trump or Sanders Candidate
August 29, 2017

The suicide in the Friuli region of northern Italy earlier this year of a 30-year-old man, identified in the newspapers only as Michele, has become a symbol of the country’s unemployment tragedy, particularly as it affects young people. Though much worse in the South, the country’s economic crisis also has had a blighting effect on the North. The national unemployment rate now stands at nearly 12 percent. A 40 percent youth unemployment rate nationwide, however, has people speaking of a generational apartheid in Italy. There is no work to be found for young people. In the workplace, comparatively speaking, they have been walled off from the rest of the population.

Obama, Clinton, and Sanders Could Stop the Riots But They Just Watch
November 16, 2016

The very people who have the power to stop these protests and riots with just a few well-spoken words have been completely silent on the issue.

Obama, Clinton, and Sanders Could Stop the Riots But They Just Watch
Editor's Сhoice
America After Election 2016: the Gullible and the Shattered (II)
World
America After Election 2016: the Gullible and the Shattered (II)
October 27, 2016

Both inside the US and around the world, political observers have been waiting a long time for an election that would promise relief from the most noxious features of the American system. Alas, while it is high time that the US lead the way in reversing these trends, the outcome of the 18 month struggle to elect a new administration looks likely to scuttle all hopes for serious leadership and reform…

How Aristocracies Benefit Both from Racism and from Anti-Racism
July 17, 2016

A good example of the way in which aristocracies benefit both from racism and from anti-racism, is Hillary Clinton’s campaign for the US Presidency, which is heavily backed by America’s aristocracy, and which is fueled not only by their money but also by the widespread racism in American culture, and especially by the equally widespread repudiation by many Americans against racism…

How Aristocracies Benefit Both from Racism and from Anti-Racism
World