Amazon denies the claims of the letter. “We’ve reviewed the letter and strongly disagree with Senator Sanders’ assertions,” Amazon spokesperson Steve Kelly told the DCNF.
“The President has the authority and the ability to eliminate the debt ceiling today by invoking the 14th Amendment. I look forward to the day when he exercises this authority.”
The “Medicare For All Act of 2023” was announced last Wednesday by Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, along with Democratic Reps. Debbie Dingell of Michigan and Pramila Jayapal of Washington, who chairs the Congressional Progressive Caucus.
Several Democratic senators have signaled they do not support Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont’s proposal to raise the federal minimum wage to $17 within five years.
Democratic Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth, Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul and several House members endorsed Johnson.
Jaz Brisack, the lead organizer of the Starbucks Workers United (SWU) at the heart of an upcoming Senate hearing, was recently the subject of a new report that found a history of anti-Israel rhetoric.
Even if you disagree with him — and you must if you understand basic economics and human nature, and have a passing knowledge of how socialist societies have ended up — you have to give the Vermont socialist senator some credit for steady commitment.
We should expect him to be against a federal bailout of SVB or a federally subsidized bank rescue of SVB. A federal bailout of SVB would only benefit the rich with money coming from the middle class, and progressives oppose structural inequalities like that, right?
“Let’s be clear. The failure of Silicon Valley Bank is a direct result of an absurd 2018 bank deregulation bill signed by Donald Trump that I strongly opposed.”
Neither Sen. Bernie Sanders nor then-Sen. Patrick Leahy helped co-sponsor a Senate bill aimed at stopping a proposed World Health Organization pandemic treaty that critics say threatens the national sovereignty of all signers, including the United States.
Today in Vermont, polarization, lack of civility, and disagreement are as present as Maple trees. And our Senior Senator, Bernie Sanders, can be credited for much of it.
Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders urged President Joe Biden to boost Social Security payouts and expand payroll taxes in order to fund the program for the next 75 years, according to The Washington Post.