The party reflects the goals of the moneyed interests. This must change.
The forces that gave rise to Trump and Sanders will grow unless our economy is rebalanced.
Even if she is the “lesser of two evils,” the greater evil in this case is seriously evil.
Hillary Clinton appoints Barack Obama to the Supreme Court, Bernie Sanders as treasury secretary...
Our elected representatives are doing nothing to prevent wrongdoing by CEOs.
Corporations that desert America should no longer be entitled to the advantages of being American.
Now that Wall Street is no longer restrained by the federal bailout, it’s issuing stock options with a vengeance.
Those whose pay has declined because of trade don’t make up for that loss through access to cheaper goods from abroad.
Even those at the top would do better in a society that hadn’t become so susceptible to demagogues blaming immigrants and imports.
Even a landslide for Clinton in November will bring about little change.
The problem isn’t Obamacare. It’s the private markets for health insurance that create powerful incentives to avoid sick people.
Robert Reich asks, Where can Hillary look for the countervailing power she’ll need to get the progressive changes she says she wants?
The U.K. has had a tax on stock trades for decades, yet it remains one of the world’s financial powerhouses.
We have a candidate screaming about threats to American sovereignty while urging foreign governments to compromise American sovereignty.
The Democratic National Committee has become a giant machine to suck up big money from lobbyists, bundlers and corporate and Wall Street PACs.
You are, of course, entitled to support anyone you wish. But if you don’t get behind Clinton, you increase the odds that Donald Trump will be president.