What would we have to do to make sure our Election Day choices in 2036 aren’t as miserable as they are in 2016?
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Over the years, efforts of US workers to build a party that represents their interests have come up short. Why?
With the rise of Donald Trump, we need to think seriously about what it would take to form a democratic organization rooted in the working class.
A reply to Seth Ackerman
Despite its ultimate demise, the Socialist Party shows us that the United States possesses no special immunity against socialist politics.
How Cornel West went from liberal media darling to pariah.
Looking back at the Sanders campaign and the struggles to come.
Lesson from the Podesta email leak: Clinton surrogates are eager to rule, but not very bright.
Because sometimes words mean other words.
Grading a century of liberal film presidents.
With lofty promises, the Clinton Foundation helped found an industrial park in earthquake-ravaged Haiti. Photographer Robert Shook traveled there to document how things went terribly wrong.
In case you haven’t noticed …
Capital’s third favorite party sounds a lot like its first.
Bernie would have won and nobody wants Bloomberg. Elites may disagree, but American voters aren’t looking for “sensible” centrist candidates.
It’ll be more meaningful — but hopefully won’t involve endless meetings.
Having history on our side isn’t enough. We need your support.