July 28, 2020
My latest in PeaceData on the bizarre botched coup attempt to topple Maduro and how U.S. economic warfare is creating suffering for Venezuelans.
Jack Delaney is a former Congressional intern, policy analyst, political communications specialist, and federal lobbyist who writes on national politics, federal policy, political movements, American culture, online discourse, Latin American politics from a Socialist perspective.
Jack's expertise extends to the Fair Labor Standards Act, Medicaid & Medicare, Social Security benefits, the Affordable Care Act, Medicare For All and single-payer systems, disability employment, political economy, and labor and trade unionist policy.
His writing often focuses on the U.S. health care system, disability, imperialism in Latin America, corporate malfeasance, labor, and American culture, while incorporating themes of economic and social justice.
Jack is a Washington, DC metro area native and is currently based out of Brooklyn, NY. He is a graduate of T.C. Williams High school in Alexandria, VA and James Madison Univerity, where he earned a BS in Health Services Administration, focusing on health policy and health economics. He is a member of the North Brooklyn chapter of Democratic Socialists of America and the National Writers Union. His work has appeared in Truthout and Jacobin and he is currently a columnist and guest contributor for PeaceData.
Media appearances: The District Sentinel