Andrew Yang is a capitalist. But unlike many liberals, he tried to come up with concrete, material solutions to inequality.
Connor Kilpatrick is the story editor at Jacobin.
Democratic Party leaders like Tom Perez have long dismissed the threat posed by Bernie Sanders. With their meltdown in Iowa after Bernie’s victory, we’re witnessing the final crumbling of that delusion — and they have no one to blame but themselves.
The Iowa Caucus was a clusterfuck. Yes, the UN should be called. Jimmy Carter should have to certify this election.
Krystal Ball was once an MSNBC star. Now she’s one of the few mainstream media figures who gets why Bernie Sanders matters and why liberal professionals shouldn’t be allowed to dominate progressive politics.
Yesterday, somebody asked Joe Biden a question about his failson Hunter. He responded by calling him fat and dumb. It’s just another reminder that “everyman” Joe Biden hates working-class people.
From Will Ferrell comedies to The Big Short, Vice, and Succession, Hollywood’s greatest populist is taking aim at oligarchy — from the hard left.
Both Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are political throwbacks. But whereas Warren wants to fix the policies that went astray in the Clinton era, Sanders wants to change the economic foundations of American life.
Stefan Bertram-Lee was an internet leftist. And then they went to Rojava and got a gun.
Instead of challenging the pressures that capitalism puts on child-rearing, liberals surrender to it.
It’s 2017. Time to stop worrying about the questions of 1917.
Postwar America’s greatest environmentalist was a labor leader.
It’s we who represent the many. And the Democrat intelligentsia who represents the powerful few.
You can’t fight Herrenvolk populism with weak-tea liberalism.
How Cornel West went from liberal media darling to pariah.
Many white workers aren't voting for Democrats this November. And we can't just blame racism.
Liberal condescension towards white workers is code for a broader anti-working class agenda
Jacobin contributors on Bernie Sanders' democratic socialism speech and what his candidacy means for the Left.
The Right deploys privilege politics to avoid class politics, obscuring where the real power lies in our society.
Focusing on privilege diverts attention away from the real villains.
Cockburn's hatred was most certainly pure. But it was a joyful hate that he nurtured. An inspiring hate.