Socialism, COVID relief, and getting ready for the new workplace.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called $2,000 direct payments "socialism for rich people" and a "universal cash giveaway."
Batya Ungar-Sargon of The Forward debates Issac Bailey of Davidson College.
Comedian and Georgia resident Corey Ryan Forrester calls out right-wing propaganda on social media.
Whether the ICC decides to investigate Venezuela could determine its future.
Company founder John Mackey made comments while promoting new book about "elevating humanity" through business.
American higher education needs a wrecking ball—not a bailout.
"How hard is it to renounce socialism if you really don't believe in it? The reason she can't renounce it is because the mainstream of her party — deep in their soul — backs socialism," Senator Lindsey Graham tweeted on Tuesday.
The vice presidential nominee couldn't control her laughter, and Twitter users have jumped on her exaggerated response.
Sanders predicted "liberal mob chaos" after Election Day—with Trump being the only person able to "defeat" Democratic protesters.
Arce was Bolivia's Minister of Economy and Public Finance during Evo Morales' nearly 14-year presidency.
A new show called "Tuttle Twins" from VidAngel, a streaming service previously sued by major Hollywood studios, will attack socialism and promote freedom.
While hesitant to label himself a socialist, Sagan says: "I believe that the government has a responsibility to care for the people," in the viral clip.
"They keep saying socialism," President Donald Trump said. "I think they've gone over that one. That one's passed already."
The true proof of socialism's shortcomings comes by way of the lack of demand for it.
An array of President Donald Trump supporters have used their speaking time this week to forgo mention of the Covid-19 pandemic, or simply refer to the health crisis in passing as they described Democrats' alleged dark plot to turn America into a socialist nation.
The Democratic Party's true allegiances are not difficult to figure out.
We must not let emergency coronavirus policies turn into socialism.
Trump will drown out discussion of Bernie's policies by stoking voter paranoia about socialism and communism, mixing facts with lies. And Sanders is uniquely vulnerable to his smears.
Clear majorities of Democratic voters in both states view socialism positively, while less than 50 percent view capitalism favorably.
Trump fully embraced the conservative event's "America vs. Socialism" theme as Republicans try to paint Democrats in the run-up to November as a party increasingly open to socialism thanks to Senator Bernie Sanders' popularity in the Democratic primary.
"The U.S. has gotten the redistribution part down, but in our case we redistribute to each according to his voting clout."
Democratic South Carolina Congressman Joe Cunningham said in a Wednesday statement that he was not a proponent of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders' proposals. "South Carolinians don't want socialism," Cunningham claimed.
Around 45 percent of Americans of any party identity would vote for a socialist, according to the poll.
Matthews warned that if Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders wins the 2020 election, there could be socialist-led executions in Central Park.