With a little good faith, liberals and conservatives can work together to tackle the real issues putting the American Dream out of reach.
The strength of our civic life depends on what we do outside elections.
From Reagan to Roosevelt, tax fairness continues to fluctuate along with our elected leaders.
This Fourth of July, we should remember what the founders knew: wealth concentration is a threat to the success of the nation.
By embracing a neoliberal, pro-austerity agenda, Poland’s mainstream left opened the way for a government of Polish Ted Cruzes.
Records show that a Republican running for county commissioner in Texas has been casting ballots there and in Pennsylvania.
Our founders wouldn’t be amused.
But there is a way for change we can believe in to come to pass after all.
The tea party and its ilk offer us only cold cups of bitter tea while serving up fountains of champagne to the super-rich, Wall Street, and big corporations.
Prince Rick wouldn’t be where he is without the steady “intrusion” of big government into his life.
Securing our future means looking for real solutions to our economic woes, not looking to Wall Street.
One of the crudest arms of his vast and secretive political network is called Americans for Prosperity.
Unfortunately this event will not take place on the date posted and has been postponed until further notice.
We all watched as Donald Trump took credit for the release of Obama’s birth records and also demanded a copy of Obama’s university transcripts claiming he “heard he was a terrible student.” While many have seen attacks of Trump and other elitist Republicans for what they really are, overt racism, they have been dismissed as merely ignorant remarks that do not have a place in U.S. politics. However, these attacks have uprooted racial prejudices felt by many white Americans and may significantly impact the 2012 election. In an age of “colorblindness,” it is apparent that color remains an issue for many Americans.
Faster than you can say “business as usual,” freshman Republicans on the House Financial Services Committee have begun to execute Wall Street’s agenda.
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