Sen. Bernie Sanders, along with leading activists, journalists, policymakers, artists, visionaries and revolutionaries, talk about the resistance, the political revolution and moving forward on a progressive agenda.
At a live town hall in Washington, Sen. Sanders and a panel of foreign policy and national security experts discuss the consequences of Trump withdrawing the U.S. from the Iran nuclear agreement, and alternatives to the hawkish Washington foreign policy establishment.
On Monday night, Senator Sanders held a town hall on Income Inequality in America: The Rise of Oligarchy and Collapse of the Middle Class. He was joined by Senator Elizabeth Warren, documentary filmmaker Michael Moore, and professor of economics Darrick Hamilton as well as other experts on poverty, the middle class and corporate power. The live stream drew 1.7 million viewers on Tuesday night – beating out some of the major TV networks – had has now been viewed almost 3 million times online. The following is the audio of Monday night’s discussion.
While Republicans are busy trying to give enormous tax breaks to billionaires and corporations, Sen. Elizabeth Warren and I are here to talk about what we really should be prioritizing in our budget to invest in working families and put the middle class first.
Chuck Collins, Director of the Institute for Policy Studies' Program on Inequality and the Common Good, joined Sen. Sanders to discuss the worrying growth of income and wealth inequality and how we can create a more equal society.
After a video of Dr. Danielle Martin taking down a Republican senator in a debate about single-payer health care went viral, Bernie sat down with her to discuss his new Medicare-for-all bill and how the program works in Canada.
Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren discuss the dangerous consequences of the Republican health care plan and how to resist it, and answer questions from Americans about what the plan would mean for them.
Bernie talks with voting rights and campaign finance expert Professor Rick Hasen about Republican efforts to suppress the vote, fake claims of voter fraud, gerrymandering and the role of big money in our elections.
Bill McKibben, author and leading environmentalist who once spent three days in jail after leading the largest civil disobedience in 30 years to protest the Keystone XL pipeline, joins Bernie to talk about the movement to combat climate change.