David Sirota

Briahna Joy Gray and David Sirota are among 15 new hires, including 10 women, many of whom are women of color.
"Democrats are in their worst electoral position since the Civil War."
America's retirement crisis is as consequential as our healthcare crisis. We mustered the will to do the hard work of extending access to healthcare to all Americans. We must also meet a just and civilized standard for retirement, so that retirement is a time of security, not poverty.
The powerful, super-wealthy people at the top of the economic food chain have noticed all this populist stirring. Boy, have they noticed. In spite of all their power and wealth, they are offended that anyone is suggesting that the system should be tinkered with. They're speaking out -- in truly silly ways -- and putting their money where their mouths are.
It's hard for me to share the peace movement's triumphalism. Yes, a US military attack was thwarted - good. But is that where the story ends?
Dog-lovers will have to wait for their portion of that headline until the awards part of the column; but as for the cats, I was struck this week by a funny comment on an article I was reading on the continuing civil war within the Republican Party.
There is no longer a trusted arbiter of the "truth" people are free to believe whatever they believe and hunker into their "silos" and receive only the information that reinforces their preconceptions.
Colorado is a microcosm of the larger problems facing American democracy today," Sirota told The Huffington Post. "Because
In Sirota's recent article titled "Time To Profile White Men?" the Salon writer argued that nuanced conversations that grew
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Reps. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) and Ron Paul (R-Texas) announced just today that they are urging President Barack Obama to "respect
Less than 24 hours since Sirota started the petition it has nearly 10,000 signatures, but the petition needs a total 25,000
Because the discourse is so uninspired, the political parties are pushing voters to vote against their adversaries, not for
By David Sirota This week, Harper’s magazine is publishing a report I’ve been working on for the better part of the last
On their new show, called the Rundown, will Michael Brown be telling listeners to vote for Romney, while David Sirota says both candidates are, as Ralph Nader liked to say, tweedle dee and tweedle dum?
Whatever the reason, there's obviously a partisan commentator gap out there in the Denver media.