Bernie Sanders for President

Ignorance and the Rise of Bernie

As Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister of Great Britain famously pointed out, "socialism works great until you run out of other people's money."

Bernie Sanders, the Capitol’s surging anti-celebrity

Karoun Demirjian and Kelsey Snell, The Washington Post

Thousands may flock to his rallies outside Washington, but when Sen. Bernie Sanders rides the subway through the Capitol, he’s usually alone. Even as he is surging and beloved on the campaign trail, the senator is still struggling to make the same splash in the Senate.

Only Three of Twenty Presidential Candidates Are Message Carriers

Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman

The three message carriers; Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republicans Donald Trump and Ted Cruz have different messages, but they have one thing in common – voting for them is a clear rejection of the status quo in their parties, and in the conduct of the federal government.

Poll: Sanders cuts into Clinton's lead in Iowa

Jason Noble, USA Today

Fifty-two percent of Quinnipiac poll respondents say they would support Clinton, the former U.S. secretary of State and senator, in Iowa’s first-in-the-nation presidential vote. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., follows at 33%. The result is the first time Clinton’s support has fallen below 60% in a poll conducted by Quinnipiac and represents and substantial bump for Sanders, who in a May survey polled at just 15%.

Polls show Bernie-mentum in Iowa and New Hampshire

Nick Gass, Politico

Bernie Sanders’ surge against Hillary Clinton continued on Thursday, with two surveys of Iowa caucus-goers and New Hampshire primary voters showing the independent Vermont senator taking a bite out of the Democratic front-runner’s lead, which none-the-less remains substantial.

Senator Bernie Sanders Calls Hillary Clinton Foundation Money ‘A Very Serious Problem’

Arlette Saenz, ABC's Good Morning America

The two-term Vermont senator announced he will run for president in 2016. Sanders, the longest serving independent lawmaker in congressional history, will run as a Democrat in the primaries – the first official challenger to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.Sanders said he is concerned by the millions of dollars flowing into the Clinton Foundation at a time when he thinks money plays too strong a role in politics. “It tells me what is a very serious problem,” Sanders said in an interview with ABC News’ Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl.