David Goodner is a writer, organizer and Catholic Worker from Iowa City.
In the Middle of the Night, Bernie Was Tipped Toward Iowa Victory by Working-Class Immigrant Votes
Foreign-language satellite caucuses took a projected state delegate win away from Pete Buttigieg.
In Iowa, Rashida Tlaib and the Sunrise Movement Push the Green New Deal—and Bernie Sanders
Ahead of the critical Iowa caucus, climate organizers are stumping for bold action and a presidential candidate they believe will get it done.
Will 2020 Be the Year Presidential Candidates Actually Take Labor Issues Seriously?
Bernie 2020? Sanders’ Return to Iowa Fuels Speculation of Another Presidential Bid.
Sanders hasn't stopped railing against billionaires and the ruling class—and he's not denying the possibility of another presidential run.
BREAKING: Iowa Lawmakers Pass Sweeping Anti-Union Bill
Iowans Join 100,000 at Bernie Sanders House Parties Across the Country Last Night
Attendees at parties across Iowa say that Bernie is "the guy we need right now."
In Front of 10,000 in Madison, Bernie Sanders Calls for Wealth Redistribution
'Our job is to redistribute wealth back into the hands of working families.'
#NoTarSands Resistance March Draws Thousands in Midwest
Indigenous activists from the 200 Great Lakes Indians lead thousands to say to #NoTarSands in the largest anti-tar sands demonstration in Midwest history.
Organized Labor Should Spend the Rest of 2015 Training Workers How to Fight
In Wisconsin’s Battle Against Right to Work, Labor Goes Through the Motions
Why Bernie Sanders Needs to Run for President—As an Independent
The corporate capture of both parties, explosion of energy in grassroots movements, and popular disgust with politics as usual make this the perfect moment for Sanders to run outside the Democratic Party.