Sen. Bernie Sanders called for a Congressional resolution to condemn neo-Nazism and white racism, stopping short of including all types of racial discrimination on MSNBC Wednesday.
If Sanders thinks “Medicare For All” is the solution to the nation’s health care problems, what makes him think he’s doing anything other than setting us on a path that reduces access to care and increases the rate at which the federal budget implodes?
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., cast the only vote against a Food and Drug Administration user fee reauthorization bill that passed the Senate Thursday in an overwhelming majority of 94 to 1.
Make no mistake: the Sanders saga is a Vermont success story, and in many ways surpasses Donald Trump’s achievements.
Over 50,000 individuals so far have signed an online petition asking Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., to apologize for his public attack on the Christian beliefs of President Donald Trump’s nominee for a post in the Office of Management and Budget.
Bernie Sanders has always been willfully ignorant of economics — regularly ignoring or denying the cost of the “free” services he wants taxpayers to provide. Last week he demonstrated a willful ignorance of religious freedom as well.
Religious tests for holding public office are banned in the U.S. Constitution and go against the very core of the American tradition — but you wouldn’t have learned that listening to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders on Wednesday, as he questioned Russ Vought, the deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget nominee.