A quiet storm, which has been brewing here since mid-January, has recently become a political tsunami.
Historical blindness has been much on display in the run-up to the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries.
For this New Year I hope that all of us find a sense of sympathy and harmony with those around us.
Don't make the mistake of thinking that who you vote for determines what you fight for. It's not about the person. It's about the people.
Sanders' candidacy is a tale of taking down the right wing and appealing to ordinary people to become the authors of their own democracy and lives.
We should not fear cutting the military budget; strong and healthy communities make for a strong nation.
Perhaps Baby-Boomers and Millennials shouldn't be as much at odds as the media would want everyone to believe.
It does no good to criticize him in traditional political terms, for he is not a politician at all.
Sanders' clear and powerful speeches presenting this program are resonating with masses of working people, but can this last?
There is much our progressive movement can learn from the Jewish New Year.