In the first part of a two-part conversation, renowned intellectuals Noam Chomsky and Chris Hedges discuss the shift in the U.S. and U.K. in the late 1970s towards neoliberalism, an ideology that “claims it’s increasing freedom [while] it’s actually increasing tyranny,” among other subjects.
It’s time that Sanders speaks out, explains what democratic socialism is and reminds Americans that it is a central part of this country, and that’s why he espouses that political ideology.
The study in The Lancet found that Medicare for All, supported by Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, will save money and is more cost-effective than “Medicare for All Who Want It."
Their ignorance is willful, and finds its roots in a profoundly ideological position, an ideology adopted by journalists who favor and are rewarded by corporate arguments promoted by corporate Democrats.
“Out of all the candidates, Bernie is the only one to advocate for the democratic will of the people.”
“It comes down to a profit-making motive that is baked into a system—a system that puts profits over patients.”