Walker Bragman is an independent journalist from New York. His work has appeared in Paste Magazine, Huffington Post, Salon, and The Hill.
Pete Buttigieg Stood by Police Officer Who Mocked and Profited From Eric Garner’s Final Plea of “I Can’t Breathe”
“I fear that we’re being led down this path that you have to choose between being pro-minority/pro-equal rights and pro-police,” Buttigieg said in 2014.
The Union Fight That Defined Beto O’Rourke’s City Council Days
Years before he was a potential 2020 presidential candidate, Beto O’Rourke was a leading voice in a high-profile battle with a police union.
Colorado’s Democratic Party Kingmaker Is a Fracking Lawyer. What Could Go Wrong?
A closer look at Ken Salazar’s record of involvement in Colorado races sheds light on the debate over party influence in primaries.
The Democratic Party Is Paying Millions for Hillary Clinton’s Email List, FEC Documents Show
The party has spent more than $2 million for access to the email list, voter data, and software produced by Hillary for America during the 2016 campaign.