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Op-Ed Columnist — Washington Post
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Opinion columnist at @washingtonpost. Previously econ reporter/moonlighting theater critic at @nytimes.

COMMENTARY: Why millennials love Bernie Sanders - The Monitor: Opinion

themonitor.com — Both nationwide, and in the early primary states, Bernie Sanders is thoroughly trouncing Clinton among the under-30 set. In the Iowa caucuses alone, Sanders beat Clinton 84 percent to 14 percent in this age group, according to entrance polls. That's a 70-point margin.

Bernie Sanders’ sociliast label is OK with millennials

mysanantonio.com — they have not succeeded in transferring their youthful popularity to their preferred presidential candidate. In the Iowa caucuses, Sanders beat Clinton 84 percent to 14 percent in this age group, according to entrance polls. Many of us also entered the job market just as unbridled capitalism appeared to blow up the world economy.
Feb 08, 2016

Catherine Rampell: Bernie Sanders’ socialist label is OK with millennials mysanantonio.com/opinion/commen… via @mySA

Catherine Rampell: Why do millennials love Bernie? It's a sexist double standard

winonadailynews.com — Deploying Lena didn't work. Neither did shout-outs from Beyoncé, Kim, Ilana and Abbi, Ariana, Katy, Demi or either of the Amys. Hillary Clinton's squad of celebrity surrogates, stumpers and endorsers (surnamed Dunham, Knowles-Carter, Kardashian West, Glazer, Jacobson, Grande, Perry, Lovato, Schumer and Poehler, respectively, as if you had to ask) may be totes on fleek.

Sanders' socialism is a draw for millennials

heraldnet.com — Deploying Lena didn't work. Neither did shout-outs from Beyoncé, Kim, Ilana and Abbi, Ariana, Katy, Demi or either of the Amys.Hillary Clinton's squad of celebrity surrogates, stumpers and endorsers (surnamed Dunham, Knowles-Carter, Kardashian West, Glazer, Jacobson, Grande, Perry, Lovato, Schumer and Poehler, respectively, as if you had to ask) may be totes on fleek.

Catherine Rampell: The sexist double standard behind why millennials love Bernie Sanders

commercialappeal.com — Deploying Lena didn't work. Neither did shout-outs from Beyoncé, Kim, Ilana and Abbi, Ariana, Katy, Demi or either of the Amys. Hillary Clinton's squad of celebrity surrogates, stumpers and endorsers (surnamed Dunham, Knowles-Carter, Kardashian West, Glazer, Jacobson, Grande, Perry, Lovato, Schumer and Poehler, respectively, as if you had to ask) may be totes on fleek.

RAMPELL: The double standard behind Sanders’ support

theleafchronicle.com — Deploying Lena didn't work. Neither did shout-outs from Beyoncé, Kim, Ilana and Abbi, Ariana, Katy, Demi or either of the Amys. Hillary Clinton's squad of celebrity surrogates, stumpers and endorsers (surnamed Dunham, Knowles-Carter, Kardashian West, Glazer, Jacobson, Grande, Perry, Lovato, Schumer and Poehler, respectively, as if you had to ask) may be totes on fleek.

Rampell: The sexist double standard behind why millennials love Bernie Sanders - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Guest-columnists

richmond.com — Both nationwide, and in the early primary states, Bernie Sanders is thoroughly trouncing Clinton among the under-30 set. In the Iowa caucuses alone, Sanders beat Clinton 84 percent to 14 percent in this age group, according to entrance polls. That's a 70-point margin.

Catherine Rampell: The sexist double standard behind why millennials love Bernie Sanders - Winston-Salem Journal: Columnists

journalnow.com — Deploying Lena didn't work. Neither did shout-outs from Beyoncé, Kim, Ilana and Abbi, Ariana, Katy, Demi or either of the Amys. Hillary Clinton's squad of celebrity surrogates, stumpers and endorsers (surnamed Dunham, Knowles-Carter, Kardashian West, Glazer, Jacobson, Grande, Perry, Lovato, Schumer and Poehler, respectively, as if you had to ask) may be totes on fleek.

Catherine Rampell: Sanders' egalitarianism, authenticity attract millennials

norwichbulletin.com — Deploying Lena Dunham didn't work. Neither did shout-outs from Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, Kim Kardashian West, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Demi Lovato or either of the Amys (Schumer or Poehler).Hillary Clinton's squad of celebrity surrogates, stumpers and endorsers may be idolized by many American millennials.

Sexist double standard bolsters Sanders' support

theday.com — Deploying Lena didn't work. Neither did shout-outs from Beyoncé, Kim, Ilana and Abbi, Ariana, Katy, Demi or either of the Amys. Hillary Clinton's squad of celebrity surrogates, stumpers and endorsers (surnamed Dunham, Knowles-Carter, Kardashian West, Glazer, Jacobson, Grande, Perry, Lovato, Schumer and Poehler, respectively, as if you had to ask) may be totes on fleek.
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Feb 08, 2016

RT @pewresearch: Half of Americans say they'd be less likely to support an atheist for president: pewrsr.ch/1SEq29y pic.twitter.com/F4pWbjJMCR

Feb 08, 2016

RT @davidaxelrod: When the exact same problems crop up in separate campaigns, with different staff, at what point do the principals say, "Hey, maybe it's US?"

Feb 08, 2016

Bloomberg tells @FT that he is eyeing 2016 run for the White House next.ft.com/content/b6d1fc…

Feb 08, 2016

Black Princeton professor reportedly arrested, body-searched over outstanding parking ticket. dailyprincetonian.com/news/2016/02/u…


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