Young workers already facing high rents and student debt will pay the biggest price for Social Security cuts. We can’t sit on the sidelines.
Let’s raise the contribution cap, get rid of tax preferences for gilded CEO retirement accounts, and use the extra revenue to expand retirement benefits.
Conservatives weaponized the debt deal to consolidate power. Let’s use the budget to create new power structures.
Washington’s months-long debate over raising the debt ceiling started with some prominent Republicans calling to slash Social Security.
If Biden gives in, he’ll be as much to blame for a possible recession and spiking economic hardship as McCarthy and his party of extremists will be.
An absurd issue demands an absurd solution: Let’s mint a bazillion-dollar coin to bring the curtain down forever on the Republicans’ farcical debt-ceiling theater
Congressional Republicans don’t want fiscal responsibility. They want to destroy the government’s ability to improve the lives of American citizens.
Private pensions no longer narrow our income gaps. Taxing the rich to boost Social Security could.
Trump promised to keep his hands off of Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security—while also trying to cut them to pieces.
The increased national debt gives the perfect political cover for cutting social programs.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is nothing short of a boon to the very wealthy at the expense of everyone else.
You probably pay about four times more of your income to Social Security than millionaires, who want to cut their taxes and your benefits.
Republicans say corporate tax cuts lead to job growth. That’s just not true.
In the richest country in the world, why do so many millions of working people have to worry about paying their bills in their golden years?
Tax reform, Wall Street accountability, and the racial wealth divide are all acknowledged in this year’s agenda.
The two Democratic Party White House hopefuls agree on cutting back the after-tax incomes of America’s rich. They disagree significantly on how much.