“Baby bond” accounts for all American kids would bridge the racial wealth gap while providing security to Americans of every color.
Tax Day is April 15, 2019. Americans will file their tax returns for all income received in 2018. Want to know what your taxes pay for, and who pays what?
Here’s a simple test to determine whether politicians are carrying water for the richest 0.1 percent.
A budget shows our values more clearly than any tweet, campaign speech, or political slogan.
Trump has signaled his priorities. Now it’s up to Congress to intervene on behalf of the people.
If we redirected the trillions spent on fruitless wars, funding Medicare for All and a Green New Deal is perfectly realistic
Bad-faith smears of Omar and many others are being used to crush Palestinian rights, undermine social movements and divert attention from real anti-Semitism.
Fans of grand fortune want us to believe that the rich have never paid much more of their income in taxes than they do now. History says otherwise.
The fact that 2020 candidates are announcing now is a testament to the huge expense of elections. Can a new law change that?
Maybe you didn’t notice before Colin Kaepernick took a knee, but the NFL has been deeply politicized for years.
The racial wealth divide is bringing down median wealth, while wealth at the very top soars.
To fulfill Dr. King’s dream we must drop the fantasy of a post-racial America and get real.
The backstory to the showdown in Los Angeles between teachers and billionaires.
90 years after King was born, the racial wealth divide is actually growing — which drags down the entire economy.
We will miss Norman’s incisive analysis of an incredibly wide span of history, his clarity of vision, and his often-biting wit.