David S. Bernstein, WGBH

David S. Bernstein

WGBH

Richmond, VA, United States

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Recent:
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Past:
  • WGBH
  • Boston Magazine
  • WGBH News
  • Wonkette

Past articles by David:

Biden’s Predictable Choice Of Running Mate Continues His Anti-Attention Campaign

Harris is the safe, boring, obvious choice, for a candidate and campaign that are making a virtue of those traits. → Read More

Warren Gets A Super PAC: Can It Keep Her Candidacy Alive?

On Tuesday, a group of well-connected progressive women reportedly pumped $1 million into a pro-Warren ad campaign through a brand-new Persist PAC. → Read More

Four Reasons Deval Patrick Decided To Run For President

If he scores in New Hampshire, South Carolina could make him a Democratic contender. → Read More

The Super PAC Primary: Democrats Decry Big Money, But Most Need It

Only Sanders, Steyer, Warren, and Buttigieg are flush. The rest, including Biden, are cash strapped. → Read More

Democrats And The U.S. Senate: Three 2020 Scenarios

Will impeachment determine how this breaks? → Read More

No Shortage Of Would-be Kennedy Successors, If Joe Takes The Leap For Senate Campaign

The race — assuming it happens — will likely shape up similarly to the one that played out further north in the state last year, after Niki Tsongas announced her intention to retire from Congress. → Read More

Democrats Rejected Moulton; Did They Also Reject What He Stood For?

Few seem worried about an endless war and a bunch of other foreign disasters. → Read More

Warren Makes The Case For Boldness To A Nervous Democratic Party

Warren, alongside Bernie Sanders, made the case for nominating an unapologetically liberal candidate touting bold, transformative policies. → Read More

Sanders Will Still Be A Contender Come January; Plus, The Odds On Everyone Else

Voters don't get serious until just before Iowa and New Hampshire. → Read More

24 for 2020: Five Thoughts On A (Maybe) Final Field Of Democrats

Why NYC Mayor de Blasio is considered a putz, but Governor Bullock of Montana is a dark horse. → Read More

Senator Zilch: Why Mitch McConnell Does So Little

A shrewd political move, or evidence that Republicans are brain dead? → Read More

Elizabeth Warren, Left For Dead, Enjoys Rebirth

If there’s one thing savvy Massachusetts gossips do well, it’s doom-say the hometown team. A slow start has them dismissing the fourth-place Red Sox’ playoff chances barely a month into the season, just as they despaired of the Patriots after their 1-2 start. Many have formed the same attitude toward Elizabeth Warren’s Presidential campaign. Just four months in, and 10 months away from the first… → Read More

Meghna Chakrabarti Is the Voice of a New Generation

The host of NPR’s On Point is bringing Boston to the masses. → Read More

Suffolk County DA Rachael Rollins on Reforming a Broken System

The new Suffolk County District Attorney, Rachael Rollins, has a new plan for how to tackle crime in Boston. → Read More

NAACP Comes To Boston Not As A Stamp Of Approval, But With Hope For Progress

Political posturing aside, the NAACP convention is coming to town because the money worked. → Read More

New MassGOP Chairman Jim Lyons And The RNC: Crazy, Perhaps, But Not Stupid

In an exclusive interview, Lyons explains his agenda. → Read More

Is Joe Biden A Disaster Waiting To Happen?

An admirable public servant, Biden has more downsides than fans realize. → Read More

Control-Freak Warren Could Learn From Swashbuckling McCain

The Massachusetts Democrat has a natural charisma that should be unleashed → Read More

The Green New Deal Explained

Could this jumpstart an effort to create jobs while mitigating environmental danger? → Read More

Inside Seth Moulton’s Brain

Moulton is prepared to go his own way — as was Pressley. → Read More