I spoke with Bianna Golodryga about Sander’s recent comments about the Senate’s obstruction of President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, his relationship with minority communities, and Sanders’ tapping into the concerns of income inequality at a key time in American politics.
One of the more unusual aspects of this year’s race for President has been Bernie Sanders’ robust challenge to Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. However, Sanders has drawn consistently huge crowds and his numbers in New Hampshire are giving the Clinton team some heartburn. Journalist Harry Jaffe joined us to talk about his new book, “Why Bernie Sanders Matters.”
How has Senator Bernie Sanders, an independent democratic socialist from Vermont, persuaded so many Democrats to #FeelTheBern? Chuck Todd asks Harry Jaffe, author of a new unauthorized Sanders biography.
The DC Council cancels a hearing on the legalization of marijuana after members are warned that they risked arrest: in conversation with Councilman Charles Allen, Washingtonian’s Harry Jaffe and Walter Smith of DC Appleseed.
DC bureau chief Sam Ford, Ward 8 Democrats president Natalie Williams and “Dream City” co-author Harry Jaffe discuss Marion Barry.
On the 20th anniversary of the publication of their influential chronicle of D.C. politics and Marion Barry, veteran journalists Tom Sherwood and Harry Jaffe take a look back but also reflect on the state of the District 20 years later. Moderated by Clinton Yates of The Washington Post.
Journalists Tom Sherwood and Harry Jaffe mark the 20th anniversary of their riveting look at DC politics, “Dream City,” with an updated e-book.
Two decades ago, journalists Tom Sherwood and Harry Jaffe set out to document the short and tumultuous history of local government in the District of Columbia. In the first 20 years of home rule, D.C. survived a drug epidemic, record levels of violence and the political downfall and rebirth of a controversial mayor. But today’s D.C. is a different place from the one Sherwood and Jaffe wrote about in their 1994 book, “Dream City.” They join Kojo in the studio chat about how the city’s changed and what remains the same.