Born, bred, and still living in NYC, Katie Halper is the host of The Katie Halper Show, a podcast and WBAI radio show, and a writer, whose work can be found at Rolling Stone, Vice, the Guardian, the Nation and Salon.
Despite the blatant public health danger it poses and the widespread voter disenfranchisement that will occur, Wisconsin will hold its primary tomorrow. People will die as a result — and the results should be seen as illegitimate.
Against CDC guidelines and health experts’ urgings, the DNC and Joe Biden’s campaign urged Americans to vote earlier this month — undoubtedly spreading coronavirus further. But don’t expect any accountability for it, from mainstream media or anyone else.
The Democratic presidential debate tonight will be moderated by PBS’s Yamiche Alcindor, a journalist whose record of anti-Sanders bias is incredibly long.
When MSNBC legal analyst Mimi Rocah said that Bernie Sanders made her skin crawl, she was just sticking to the company line.
Big surprise: the New York Times reporter covering Bernie Sanders has a long record of unfairly attacking Sanders — while neglecting to mention that the sources she quotes are corporate lobbyists.
Bernie Sanders is back in Brooklyn for his first 2020 campaign rally, but the New York socialist — who grew up in a working-class community and radical Jewish political tradition — never really left.
The Democrats’ central weakness comes from being a party of business but having to pretend otherwise.