David Sirota is an awardwinning investigative journalist and an In These Times senior editor. He served as speech writer for Bernie Sanders’ 2020 campaign. Follow him on Twitter @davidsirota.
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Getting Off the Grid
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Daring to Dream
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All Politics, And Change, Is Still Local
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Whither the Sacred Campaign Promise?
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Democracy Needs a Bailout
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Teabags vs. Douchebags
Why this may not be the second coming of the New Deal after all.
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The House That Taxpayers Built
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Healthcare’s Enigma-In-Chief
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Piggish Capitalism
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With Their Magic Bullet, Dems Have No More Excuses
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‘Reform’ To Nowhere
How the crusade against earmarks threatens constitutional democracy.
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Newsflash: Populism Is Popular
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Columbine Questions We Still Don’t Ponder
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The Best Investment Money Can Buy!
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This Is the Truth on Drugs…Any Questions?
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From Newspaper to Commercial Paper
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A Government of Men, Not Laws
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Measuring Electoral Success
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Road Tripping Through Whitopia
Rich Benjamin set out to write about race‚ and wrote about class instead.
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The A Word
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Past the Point of No Return
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Fake Outrage Junkies
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Team of Zombies
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Making Him Do It
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The Difference Between Hope and Change
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That Old Saying in Tennessee
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Economic Death and Millionaire Taxes
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We Told You So
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Those Other Elections
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Tuning Out the Braindead Megaphone
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Mandate for Change
Voters' message to Obama: think big
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Knowing When To Walk Away
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McCain Banking on a Confederacy of Dunces
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Signs of an Earthquake in Oregon
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Remembering Those Other American Dreams
Democrats struggle to win blue-collar voters
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Crony Communist or Businessman?
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Saying “No Deal” to This New Deal
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Turning a Wall Street Giveaway Into a Rescue for All Americans
Charting a progressive response to the crisis
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Back in the U.S.S.R.
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The $700 Billion Questions
Wall Street and Washington's wrecking crew aim to get the most expensive free lunch in American history
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No Time For A Minimalist
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Country First
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Making Goliath Walk
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An Unconventional Convention
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Obama Speech: Convention Address Makes Economic Populism Central Thrust of Election 2008
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Convention Dispatch: Dinner with the Ruling Class, Lunch In the Police State
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Convention Dispatch: Schweitzer Hits the National Stage
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Who Said I’m a Divider, and Not a Uniter?
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