In response to the Koch Brothers' plan to spend $400 million on Republican election campaigns, Sen. Bernie Sanders called out the Kochs and urged America to stand up against Citizens United.
Senator Sanders explained in a few seconds why, in the wake of JP Morgan’s Jamie Dimon’s preschool gambling, the banks need to be broken up and regulated.
Sen. Bernie Sanders told the Republican Party today that if they continue to push austerity, they will suffer defeat just like Nicolas Sarkozy did.
In response to Buffett Rule being blocked by Senate Republicans, Bernie Sanders opened up a can on the GOP and connected the dots between Citizens United and taxing the rich.
Sen. Bernie Sanders brought the reality hammer down on Republicans who are trying to sabotage the economy ahead of the 2012 election.
Sen. Bernie Sanders has again spoken out for the people by standing up against a phony jobs bill passed by the Senate that loosens protections for investors and doesn’t create jobs.
Sen. Bernie Sanders called out Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, and Newt Gingrich for lying and covering up the real reason why gas prices are increasing.
Sen. Bernie Sanders took to The Ed Show to explain why the GOP's plan to destroy the Postal Service is all about killing 230,000 jobs in the name of privatization.
Bernie Sanders not only strongly condemned Mitt Romney, but also said that the GOP frontrunner's attitude and positions represent a death sentence for the poor.
Bernie Sanders gave President Obama good marks for his State Of The Union address, but he also warned about coded language in the speech that hinted at cuts to Social Security and Medicare.
In a masterful take down, Sen. Bernie Sanders took apart the 2012 GOP presidential field and called them the fringe of American society.
Sen. Bernie Sanders vowed today that he will fight to uphold President Obama's to deny the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline.
Senator Sanders stood up for Americans against Republicans, and true to form, only two Democrats stood with him. If Democrats were truly outraged with the tax cut deal, they would have been in attendance and at least given Bernie toilet breaks. But being the frightened, fractured group they are, Democrats ran from the fight. Now we can just wait for them to turn on Senator Sanders for not filibustering long and hard enough. It is what frightened cowards do.