27 August | John McCain was a racist war criminal. We won't miss him.
14 December 2017 | In June, Democratic and Republican senators, including Bernie Sanders, unanimously voted in favor of a resolution that “reaffirms the Jerusalem Embassy Act of 1995 as United States law, and calls (...)
6 October 2017 | Sanders gave his most progressive foreign policy yet, but it still falls short of providing a real left alternative to the US imperialist agenda.
Robert BelanoTatiana Cozzarelli
28 July 2017 | The Democratic Party has often been called “the graveyard of social movements,” and more often than not the social struggles in the United States end their useful lives digging their own graves in (...)
Hart EagleburgerJack Rusk
26 February 2017 | Tom Perez won the DNC chairmanship. While some paint this as a loss for the working class, Ellison and Perez are actually two sides of the same coin.
27 January 2017 | This week, Sanders the “socialist” praised Trump’s executive order to withdraw the United States from the TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) and received praise from the union (...)
25 January 2017 | Hundreds of thousands of people took the streets this weekend against Trump. What does Bernie Sanders propose?
20 January 2017 | Bernie Sanders breaks with the 66 Democrats who refused to attend inauguration and with the thousands protesting in the streets in order to silently watch Trump be sworn in as (...)
7 January 2017 | The Bernie Sanders presidential campaign and its aftermath shows the folly of the DSA’s electoral strategy
19 December 2016 | Trump's ascension to power is weeks away. Left Voice presents a series by guest contributors on the current political conjuncture, the left, and prospects for party-building in the United (...)
18 December 2016 | A Sandernista ends things with Bernie
3 December 2016 | “We need to re-instill an ethic of corporate patriotism.” While this may sound something Donald Trump would say, it was Bernie Sanders.
15 November 2016 | Without a doubt, Trump’s election is a blow to the working class and oppressed. Yet, many leaders of the Democratic party are hopeful that they may find “common ground” with Trump. What conclusions (...)
1 November 2016 | As we approach the 2016 elections, many on the US have rallied behind the candidacy of Jill Stein. Should the left support her campaign and is the Green Party a useful tool for advancing (...)
31 August 2016 | Since Sanders stepped out of the presidential race at the DNC, throwing full support behind Hillary Clinton, a broad range of left, socialist groups and Sanders supporters have been casting their (...)
27 July 2016 | Sanders completed his surrender on Monday before the assembled delegates of the Democratic Convention. The DNC elite gloat in their victory. What happens now to his "Political (...)
25 July 2016 | Yesterday in Philadelphia, an estimated seven to ten thousand people marched for “A Clean Energy Revolution” from City Hall to Independence Mall.
18 July 2016 | Last week, Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton, leaving many of his supporters disappointed. But there is still a way forward: join the protests, organize, (...)
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21 June 2016 | Sanders’ surrender before the reality of Clinton’s victory has brought an end to one of the most contested primary seasons in recent American History. How have the major political and economic (...)
9 June 2016 | Despite his recent defeat in California, Bernie Sanders pledges to fight until the end for the nomination. His struggle to “democratize” the Democratic Party and his quest for economic and social (...)
8 June 2016 | The Green Party is projected as an alternative to the Democrats and Hillary Clinton. But who do they represent, and can socialists support them?
2 April 2016 | Without a doubt, the Bernie Sanders phenomenon offers new opportunities as well as potential pitfalls for the left in the U.S. We intend to discuss the positions of various socialist left parties (...)
15 March 2016 | The March 15 elections are a major milestone in the primaries. The Superdelegates’ vote reveals the blatantly undemocratic nature of the process. How will Sanders fare in the face of the “rigged” (...)