The Washington Post downplayed the most hopeful findings of their own poll on climate action, so we highlighted those findings for them.
Hard data shows ending our wars would be smart politics — and the first step toward repairing a moral calamity.
We could easily fund health care for all by ending military boondoggles and fruitless wars. Here’s how.
Imagine running away from a lion all your life — that’s how 11 million undocumented immigrants feel today, and it takes a toll on their mental health.
In 2018, fifty publicly traded U.S. corporations paid their CEOs more than 1,000 times what they paid their median workers.
We’ve identified more than $300 billion in annual military savings alone that we could better invest in priorities like Medicare for All.
Like millions of others, the Kurds are victims of disastrous U.S. interventions in the region.
“I wasn’t hired because I am trans. And in more than half the country—twenty-nine states, in fact —that’s perfectly legal.”
No matter the victor in Israel’s parliamentary election, policies oppressing the Palestinian people are likely to continue.
For just over 10 percent of a single year’s military spending, we could build enough green electricity for every household in the country.
New Mexico’s Energy Transition Act established it as a climate policy leader, but progress could be reversed by greedy new corporations entering the state.
Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders have far-reaching proposals to give workers something even more important than money: power.
After demonizing undocumented immigration, Trump’s new public charge rule targets legal immigrants on the basis of income and race.
America needs to cut military spending and reinvest that money into good jobs, clean energy, health care, and education access for all.