The moral case: No one should be working full time and still remain in poverty.
Bernie Sanders’s plan for college tuition paid for by a Wall Street tax doesn’t mean government control.
The market has been tilted in favor of moneyed interests while workers have lost bargaining power.
Educational excellence cannot be measured by the size of the wallets supporting it.
Not long ago, the economy boomed, elections were democratic and there were fair shares for all.
Most of us are condemned to work ever harder in order to compensate for lost earnings due to the labor-replacing technologies.
Property taxes are based on the price of a property when it was bought, not current value. This is unfair.
Replaceable workers almost never get paid family leave, they get a few paid sick days, and barely any vacation time.
The success of Trump and Sanders stems from a profound disenchantment with the establishment.
Mergers will give giant health insurers more leverage over employees, consumers, state regulators and health care providers.
Allowing all Americans to join Medicare is the best way to control future health care costs.
Anticipatory bribery undermines trust in government and creates the appearance of corruption.