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To prevent hoarding and protect public health, we need to move towards universal care and lower-cost drugs.
The private interests thriving on continuous war preparation are thwarting progress towards a less militarized world.
We need no-excuse absentee voting now — and that’s the bare minimum.
The president is trying to use the coronavirus crisis to kill the public postal service. We can’t let him.
Despite millions of coronavirus cases around the globe, war continues to be waged — many of them on behalf of the united states. That must end immediately.
In the face of both COVID-19 and the climate crisis, we urgently need to shift from a culture of war to a culture of care.
Economic and political changes borne from the coronavirus must build the resiliency of the poor and working people most affected by the pandemic.
As we take steps to control the virus, these devastating U.S. foreign policies need to be immediately reversed.
As we emerge from this pandemic, substantial tax increases are inevitable. Central to the program should be a tax that limits the hoarding of wealth by the billionaire class.
We could avoid a return to Great Depression-era unemployment rates if we follow European models and tie business assistance to preserving jobs.