Sanders’ single-payer bill and Clinton’s book crystallize the deep ideological differences within the base and establishment of the Democratic Party.
Hosts Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola discuss the rift between Saudi Arabia and Qatar and recent developments among the Gulf countries in the Middle East. They talk about the Saudi arms deal, which the Senate would have successfully opposed if five Democrats had not voted against a bill to block
Democrats and the Clinton campaign wanted to run against Trump but ignored warning signs that Election Day could be a disaster.
Shadowproof’s staff collaborated on this collection of the worst punditry written during the 2016 election.
Robby Mook, the manager for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, urged staff to attack National Nurses United (NNU) as “fringe” and suggested they were “not a ‘real’ union,” according to emails published by WikiLeaks. NNU gave Bernie Sanders one of his biggest union endorsements. The nurses union also invested a lot of
Following the publication of emails from the Democratic National Committee by WikiLeaks, chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz was pushed to resign around the same time as the political party’s national convention. She privately attacked the Bernie Sanders campaign and was fiercely loyal to Hillary Clinton. However, a document recently published by
Hillary Clinton earned the endorsement of Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein—an endorsement she had been working toward for years.
In the first months of the Democratic presidential primary, one of Hillary Clinton’s advisers conducted focus groups and polling of swing voters to examine “voter distrust” of the political system. The results showed Clinton would benefit greatly if she aggressively pushed policies embraced by Bernie Sanders in his agenda against
In email published by WikiLeaks, the Clinton campaign plans how to stir up more discontent over Sanders’ remarks on Planned Parenthood.
The issue is not the mainstream media admitting its bias against Trump, but their refusal to admit their bias in favor of the neoliberal status quo.