About Millennial Review

Millennial Review started as a simple Tumblr page in 2015 with a small goal, support Bernie Sanders. He was a relatively unknown curmudgeonly socialist from Vermont. Exactly what we were looking for.

Well, maybe not exactly, but the closest thing we’d seen in American politics in our lifetime. In the months that followed we connected tens of thousands of committed activists, thinkers, and posters. Millions of impressions later, we’re still championing the vision of justice which attracted us to Bernie Sanders to begin with.

Outside of producing leftist content co-founder Trevor Memmott is a PhD candidate at Indiana University School of Environmental and Public Affairs. And co-founder Justin Ackerman is a law student at UCLA School of Law. Both are committed socialists, avid readers, prolific podcast listeners and hope you take the time to read a bit, listen a bit, support the cause and most importantly spread the message!


George W. Bush is Still a Historically Terrible President

George Bush is enjoying a renaissance of sorts in the American mind. In September of 2008, just 31.9% of voters


Add More History and Context or Retreat Into Relativism?

Podcast host Dan Carlin has a get rich quick scheme. Write a book about the benefits of Hitler’s Third Reich


Republicans Don’t Care About Debt, Looking to Spend Trillions Under Trump

During the primary Jeb Bush campaigned as a wonk who could battle Hillary Clinton on policy. Accordingly his website was


The Real “Better Deal” is Medicare-For-All and Universal Higher Education

Democrats unveiled their new policy platform to much media attention and fanfare, somehow cutting through the noise created by the

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Bernie Sanders with a massive win in Nevada. The 46th President of the United States. https://t.co/mGDOyIDJyl

Bernie Sanders hasn’t been vetted and apparently they’re going to wait until he wins the nomination to do so

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