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How NYT Reporter Sydney Ember Uses Corporate Sources to Attack Bernie Sanders

Ember is supposed to write reported articles, not op-eds, but she consistently paints a negative picture of Sanders temperament, history, policies and/or political prospects

Katie Halper ·


Meet the 'Bad Blues': House Democrats Who Deserve to Be Primaried by Progressives

A detailed look at a few members of Congress whose time serving corporate interests over people should soon be over

Norman Solomon ·


Wall Street Money Buys Silence on Big Bank Abuses

The financial industry used $2 billion in political spending during the last election cycle to head off meaningful change and preserve its ability to rip off consumers

Max Moran ·


How Wall Street Drives Gender and Race Pay Gaps

The total 2018 Wall Street bonus pool was $27.5 billion—more than 3 times the combined annual earnings of all U.S. full-time minimum wage workers

Sarah Anderson ·


With Help of Democrats, Regulators Move to Gut 'Last Line of Defense' Against Wall Street Gambling

"We can expect Too Big to Fail banks to get riskier and have less of a cushion to guard taxpayers from bailouts," said Rep. Katie Porter

Jake Johnson ·


Gillibrand Defends Voting Record Following Report NY Senator Feeling Out Wall Street Support for 2020 Run

"The Democratic Party," writes one critic, "needs a clean break from corporate money and influence if it's ever going to govern well, win back the trust of voters, or truly represent the working class."

Jon Queally ·


Steve Mnuchin’s Path of Destruction Leads From Wall Street to Trump’s Treasury

There’s a reason he’s been called “the Forrest Gump of the financial crisis.”

Rebecca Burns ·


Beto, We Hardly Knew Ye

The Texas Democrat's actual political record deserves scrutiny, and it's not what progressives might expect from the overheated adulation that has sent his presidential balloon aloft

Norman Solomon ·


Will the Wall Street Democrats Part the Blue Wave?

The Wall Street Democrats sure hope so. They have little desire to emphasize working class economic issues, many of which could threaten their vast riches. 

Les Leopold ·


Democrats: Headline "America Needs a Raise" Now Before Elections

Again and again, too few Democrats will not stand for explicit policies that reflect majoritarian opinion and contrast with the plutocratic, big business interests of the Republicans.

Ralph Nader ·

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