A contributing writer to Salon with a weekly column in The Fiscal Times. Work appears on numerous other outlets.
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David Dayen has been writing about politics since 2004, first as a blogger and then as a freelance journalist. He is a contributing writer to Salon.com, and also writes for The New Republic, The American Prospect, The Guardian (UK), Politico, The Huffington Post, Alternet, Democracy Journal, Pacific Standard, and more. He has been a guest on MSNBC, CNN, Al Jazeera, Current TV, Russia Today, NPR, Pacifica Radio and Air America Radio.
He has contributed to two anthology books, one about the Wisconsin labor uprising and one on the fight over the Stop Online Piracy Act in Congress. He lives in Los Angeles, where prior to writing about politics he had a 15-year career as a television producer and editor.
CONTENT BY THIS PERSONOp-Ed David Dayen
July 24, 2015
So far, just a handful of students have seen their loans forgiven, despite a supposedly streamlined process in the Corinthian scandal. Many students are being left out.
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