Here’s something else Sanders has in common with Debs — the latter ran for Congress, but was clearly more interested in becoming president than simply serving his home state. Vermonters, take note.
Sanders’ itinerary for the campaign blitz beginning Oct. 19, as shared by one of his aides, showed several visits to Iowa, as well as stops in South Carolina and Nevada.
Next month, Vermont will elect a U.S. senator. Vermonters want a senator for Vermont. By his own choices, Bernie Sanders has ceased to be that senator.
The Stop BEZOS Act could be considered an alternative method of mandating the $15 an hour minimum wage. However well-intentioned, it would have negative economic effects — it would likely lead to increased unemployment.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders has made a name for himself by insisting on public debates with opponents, but challengers for his seat in the upcoming election have been calling for the same opportunities of political discourse, and so far Sanders has not responded.
Medicare for All would redistribute federal funds away from states that spend more on health care in favor of those that spend comparatively less. Bringing Vermont’s health care expenditure to the national average would cause a 31 percent decrease in federal funding, which would prompt Montpelier to raise taxes.
Sens. Warren and Sanders, with Congress having an approval rating in single digits, isn’t it time you get your house in order? Buying votes through legislation is getting old.
Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont called for the end of corruption Tuesday, saying it gives rise to terrorism, however, he failed to mention the corruption investigation involving Burlington College, where his wife was president.
Republican U.S. Senate candidate Lawrence Zupan seeks to engage incumbent U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders in eight debates statewide.
The Bill to End Money Bail, introduced into the U.S. Congress July 25 by Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, would eliminate all use of bail in federal courts and give states money to reduce pretrial detention.
Amazon responded on Wednesday to the claims Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont made about the company’s treatment and pay of its employees, calling them “inaccurate and misleading.”