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!

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Your Guide to Elizabeth Warren’s “Accountable Capitalism Act”

Elizabeth Warren is a wonk’s-wonk, she’s a former Harvard law professor, an expert in bankruptcy and corporate law, and nowhere is this

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Bernie’s Still Got It: First Day Fundraising Proves his Movement is Alive and Ready to go

Bernie Sanders kicked off his 2020 presidential bid with an early morning interview with Vermont Public Radio. The interview was coupled with

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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 approved of

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Don’t let Them Say it’s too Expensive, Trump’s Military Spending Hikes Cost More Than Tuition Free College

Bernie Sanders made a name for himself painting an ambitious picture of the America his Democratic Socialist vision would create. One big

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Republicans Appoint Far Right Judges While Liberals Ignore the Court to Their Peril

There is a stark and obvious asymmetry in the types of judges being nominated by the two parties. Assume a judicial scale

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Just in case you forgot, there is $1.5 trillion dollars in outstanding student loan debt in the United States today. That's why young people can't afford to have kids, buy a home, or eat out.

Hey, no more commodified housing. No more profit from people's pain in the form of private insurance and healthcare. Nationalize the fossil fuel industry so we don't have profiteers cashing in on climate catastrophe.

Big changes are what will fix these criss. Nothing less.

It's easy to underestimate how big of an election 2020 really is. Trump is awful, but he didn't come out of nowhere. Trumpism is the result of decades of bipartisan policy failure. We need to fix that with a dramatic shift from the status quo, not more of what got us here.

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