Kathleen Geier has written for The Nation, The Baffler and The New Republic. She lives in Chicago.
Bloomberg Unleashes Warren’s Rage—At Last
If Warren has a superpower, it is her anger—a righteous, coruscating fury that beautifully clarifies the moral stakes of a rigged economy.
What an Elizabeth Warren Presidency Would Look Like
Warren is a “visionary implementer.”
Yes, A Woman Can Beat Trump
Democrats have learned all the wrong lessons from the 2016 election.
Elizabeth Warren’s Universal Child Care Plan Is a Good Start. Other 2020 Candidates Can Up the Ante.
Warren's plan represents a big step forward, but we should demand something far bolder to address the child care crisis in America.
Democrats’ Waffling on Abortion Rights Isn’t Just Wrong, It’s a Huge Political Mistake
The party needs an uncompromising moral vision that will energize its base: pro-choice women.
The Clintons’ Dominance of Democratic Politics Is Over—And They Will Not Be Remembered Fondly
Self-inflicted wounds, an out-of-touch candidate and a party more concerned about Wall Street than the working class sealed the Clinton campaign's defeat.
If Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine are “Progressive,” Then the Word Has Lost All Meaning
How the term 'progressive' became an empty marketing tool for corporate Democrats.
The Bernie Debate: Would Sanders Advance Feminism and Racial Justice Better Than Clinton?
Feminists debate symbolism, socialism and racial politics in the presidential race