Bernie Sanders & Ed Schultz

Bernard Bernie Sanders (born September 8, 1941) is the junior United States Senator from Vermont. He previously represented Vermont's at-large district in the United States House of Representatives. Edward Andrew Ed Schultz (born January 27, 1954) Is an American television and radio host, a liberal political commentator, and a former sports broadcaster. 5.0/5

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On this special edition of The Ed Schultz Show, Ed speaks on how Bernie Sanders can become the head of the Senate...
Bernie Sanders gets mad at Iowans interrupting his Ed Schultz interview: 'I'm talking to him!'
BernieBros, interrupt Bernie Sanders talking with Ed Schultz at your own peril
"Where is a town hall meeting with Bernie Sanders on any of the networks? I predict you won't see it." --Ed Schultz
"Why don't the network polls ask how Bernie Sanders would do in a matchup against Donald Trump?"--Ed Schultz
Ed Schultz is on the road talking 2 people about supporting Unions AND Bernie Sanders!. What a great asset 2 our team http:…
Ed Schultz on Axelrod's comment about Bernie Sanders' campaign fundraising
Ed Schultz on his radio show on how Bernie Sanders can win. (Interview with Sanders aide Tad Devine).
Sen. Bernie Sanders discusses the minimum wage with Ed Schultz. Raise the Wage: via Bernie Sanders
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Sanders, McCain Lead Talks: Discussions by Sens. Sanders and McCain had sparked optimism that Republicans and Democrats could quickly strike a deal for a bill that would ensure immediate care for veterans and give the VA secretary greater authority to fire employees, the Los Angeles Times, Reuters, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, Politico, The Hill, Roll Call, The Arizona Republic and The Washington Times reported. Doctor Crisis: Sen. Sanders told MSNBC’s Ed Schultz that any legislation must address the fact that many VA facilities “do not have enough doctors.” Dems Urge Medicaid Expansion: Democratic senators signed on to a Wednesday letter asking Republican governors to "put politics aside" and expand Medicaid coverage under the Affordable Care Act. Sen. Sanders was among those who supported the call to action, The Hill reported.
Sen. Bernie Sanders discusses the Koch Brothers' agenda with MSNBC's Ed Schultz.
I'm glad I haven't caught the flu. I wish there was a shot for the hate bug that seems to have become an epidemic. Symptoms include: hating the government, hating *** hating Obama, hating people of color, hating Muslims, hating Jews and hating the poor (There's more). As you can see it's in the air so, make sure you protect yourself against the hate bug. It's starts with obtaining truth serum. I hear you cannot get truth serum at Fox, CNN, ABC, NBC or CBS. I'd try the internet, Democratic party, Media Matters for America, Huffington Post, Mother Jones, Anti-Republican Crusaders, Greenville Gazette, Daily Kos, Ed Schultz or Bernie Sanders. There's many more. Get your dose of truth serum today.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) joined MSNBC host Ed Schultz on Thursday in ripping members of both major parties who are seemingly willing to “fast-track” passage of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which they argued would continue the cycle of trade agreements that ultimately hurts American workers...
Budget Bill Sent to White House: The Senate on Wednesday evening passed and sent to President Obama a budget that averts another government shutdown, eases sharp spending cuts known as sequestration and spares Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid from proposed cuts in benefits. In what he called a difficult decision, Sen. Bernie Sanders voted with the 64 - 36 majority to pass the budget. He voiced disappointment that it does nothing to create jobs and continues tax breaks for profitable corporations. His decision to vote for the bill boiled down to a choice between the “lesser of two evils,” Sanders said in an interview minutes after the vote with MSNBC’s Ed Schultz. Watch the interview:
Bernie Sanders Explains How The Koch Brothers Are Keeping The Government Shut Down By: Jason Easley Friday, October 4th, 2013, 9:02 pm Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) explained on The Ed Show how the Koch Brothers are using threats and their money to keep the government shut down. Video: Ed Schultz asked the Vermont Senator if the Citizens United was the root cause of the government shutdown standstill. Sanders answered: In many respects it is. What’s going on right now. We have seen some moderate, moderate conservative Republicans having the guts to stand up to Boehner and say,ok, we don’t like Obamacare, but you know what? We don’t think you should shut down the government. We are prepared to vote for a clean CR, Continuing Resolution. What’s happening now, as I understand it, is when moderate Republicans are saying that, or thinking about standing up to Boehner, the extreme right wing is coming around saying you do that, let me tell you what’s going to happen. We have the Koch Brothers behind us. ...
The people's Senator, Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spoke to Ed Schultz on his radio show yesterday and explained all of the things that are wrong with the current stal
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Please read!! And PLEASE don't let this happen!! Sen. Bernie Sanders blasted John Boehner’s debt ceiling proposal, and warned that, ‘He is trying to hoodwink the American people.’ Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy When asked about Boehner’s proposal by Ed Schultz, Sen. Sanders said, Well, I think you are absolutely right. He is attempting to hoodwink the American people with a short-term solution which is totally unsatisfactory. the position of the Democrats has got to be, end the government shutdown. Mr. Boehner, have a vote, and if you have a vote, the government will reopen. The other point that you made, which is very, very important, Ed, is to understand that Obamacare is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what these guys really want. It’s not just repealing Obamacare. they have an agenda put together by the Koch Brothers who are worth some $70 billion, and other billionaires, and this is what their agenda is. Their agenda is over a period of t ...
Speaker Boehner proposed a temporary fix to avoid default after a letter by the Koch Brothers. Sen. Bernie Sanders tells Ed Schultz the real GOP plan to hurt the Big 3.
"GIVE PEACE A CHANCE"... PEACEFUL REVOLUTION In their efforts to take away our rights they forgot that they left us the MAJORITY!! We build our Revolution as one BODY! We form a new party as the Independent Party. A perfect example is Bernie Sanders that had the guts to discuss article in the New York Times of the involvement of the Koch Bros. in the shutdown of our government AND had it a part of the discussions of the floor that day. We also need action taken against ALL of the elected in Washington breaking the law of the land, as stated in our Constitution. We as the majority, a body of one bonding together peacefully, to take our country back. I'm hoping everyone that reads this understands how serious of a situation we have been put in, AND what if the next step is martial law, do you all realize what that means, if not I invite you to go on the net and look for yourselves, because you won't find it on main stream news. They're OWNED by huge corporations. I FUMBLED my way through the net by ...
This is a radio interview by Ed Schultz who has been a favorite of mine for the last 15 years! Bernie Sanders, Senator from VT has also been a favorite of mine. This discussion helps put in context exactly what is at stake in our nation as a democracy. The extremists, which include Paul Ryan and Ted Cruz, very simply want to topple it and put in it's place, an oligarchy and the Koch money is right behind it. These people have no one's best interest in mind, except for their own. We HAVE to stop them, ALL of them! Bernie as always, is so right on. If you're not sure what an oligarchy is, for God's sake, look it up!!! ~:/
Video on msnbc.com: It's all a game to Rand Paul and Mitch Mcconnell, who were caught discussing the shutdown winners and losers. The disconnect and serious rift between the Republican Party, led by John Boehner is clear. The great Sen. Bernie Sanders joins Ed Schultz after he gives a passionate spe...
Photo Charles Dharapak/AP   A number of Republicans are trying to distance themselves from Sen. Ted Cruz, who is willing to tie up the Senate for 21 consecutive hours to protect the soaring profits of the health insurance industry. But the vast majority of Republicans are on the same page as this wacko bird when it comes to Obamacare. And tonight on "The Ed Show" at 5pET (4pCT/3pMT/2pPT), Ed Schultz will not let them get away with it!   Ed also debunks the drumbeat of lies about the Affordable Care Act by the likes of Sen. John Barrasso and Fox News host Elizabeth Hasselbeck, calls out AIG's CEO for comparing criticism of bonus payments with lynchings and radio host Sandy Rios, who is using the massacre in Kenya to revive the birther hoax.   And of course, Ed will answer your questions.   Here's tonight's guest list:Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN)Dr. James Peterson, Director of Africana Studies and Associate Professor of English at Lehigh UniversityDr. Corey Hebert, Professor, LSU ...
. I have asked several . Keith Ellison, Rep. Garamendi, Tim Ryan, Bernie Sanders, Ed Schultz. No answer. Why is that?
Oh lawd! Maxine Waters, Ed Schultz, and Bernie Sanders...Click! Had a rough day. I'm not in the mood for nontroversies.
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Tax Dodgers: Sen. Bernard Sanders introduced legislation Thursday that would close a loophole that allows U.S. corporations to avoid paying income taxes by keeping their profits overseas in countries with low corporate tax rates, the Times Argus, Bloomberg News, Chicago Sun-Times, The Hill, Think Progress and Raw Story reported. “If we’re serious about deficit reduction [then] corporate America, which is now enjoying record-breaking profits, is going to have to step up to the plate,” said Sanders, a member of the Senate Budget Committee. Jobs Shipped Overseas: “This is a jobs issue, not just a tax issue … because what we`re doing is encouraging corporations to move their manufacturing plants, their offices to other countries where the tax rates are much lower,” Sen. Sanders said on MSNBC. ”I think it warrants the support openly of the White House,” Ed Schultz declared. Saturday Mail: Lawmakers wrestled Thursday with how to address Postmaster G ...
Sanders: Don’t Cut Disabled Veterans’ Benefits In an address on Wednesday at the National Press Club, Sen. Bernie Sanders said a proposal floated by congressional Republicans would slash benefits for disabled veterans. A member of the Senate Budget Committee and the Veterans’ Affairs Committee, Sanders said deficits must be reined in, but not by taking benefits away from more than 3 million disabled veterans, many of them injured fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Watch the press conference here: more here: to Sen. Sanders on the Ed Schultz show here:
Video on msnbc.com: Rep. Paul Ryan talked Medicare at the AARP Convention in New Orleans, but the crowd wasn't receptive to his ideas. Ed Schultz talks to Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., about the Ryan speech and more.
Sept. 18: Mitt Romney is digging in his heels over the comments he made at a high-priced fundraiser earlier this year. President Obama addressed the comments on camera for the first time. Ed Schultz talks with Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., to explain what this tells us about Mitt Romney.
Bernie Sanders. "Ed Schultz askEd Sanders if Romney’s characterization was accurate. Sen. Sanders answered, Well no, it’s not accurate, and here it is coming from a guy born to a millionaire family, who went to elite schools, who believes that the middle class starts at two hundred thousand dollars, who doesn’t reveal his tax returns because he took so many loopholes, and what really galls me is that we got millions of people in this country who come from families like my own. Working class families, people who have worked hard their entire lives, who work fifty sixty hours a week. Now they’re on Medicare, now they’re on Social Security, and they’re being lectured by this millionaire guy that they have got to take personal responsibility and care for their lives, being lectured by him."
Moyers & Company "Coverage of the two conventions reflected the partisan events unfolding at each. My team and I wanted to offer an alternative -- independent voices that see the world differently from the two major parties. So I invited Sen. Bernie Sanders, the longest serving Independent in the hi...
"Our Republican friends are deeply, deeply concerned, as you know, about the deficit," Sen. Bernie Sanders said, with a hint of sarcasm, during an interview Wednesday with radio host Ed Schultz. "If that's the case, you might want to ask them why it was that when Clinton left office in January 2001,...
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Video on msnbc.com: Harold Hamm is an oil tycoon and Mitt Romney's energy advisor. He's also spent nearly $1 million dollars on the effort to defeat President Obama, thanks to the Supreme Court's Citizens' United ruling. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., talks with Ed Schultz about the effect of limitless...
MSNBC's Ed Schultz and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) discuss the politics of congressional efforts to address USPS financial crisis, April 4, 2012
April 16, 2012 The Buffet rule was blocked in the Senate by Republicans. Sen. Bernie Sanders, D-Vt, joins Ed Schultz to talk about it.
"When Does The Greed Stop?" They'll take until theirs nothing left to take. Ed Schultz and Bernie Sanders speak the truth on "Trickle Down" Economics.
ICYMI: Ed Schultz talked reform on Wednesday w/ on cc
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