The future looks bleak under a Trump presidency, but progressives have reason to hope for the sunshine after the storm.
Hillary, stop attacking Trump and start telling your story. What will you do?
Sen. Bernie Sanders threw cold water on Chuck Todd's false equivalency between himself and Donald Trump, but that didn't stop Todd from spending the next few segments doing exactly that.
NBC, Meet the Press, July 26, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/07/bernie-sanders-throws-cold-water
Economic liberals like Warren, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, and economist Joseph Stiglitz believe inequality is structural, the result of rules and policies that benefit those at the top.
President Obama says that Senator Elizabeth Warren is expressing concerns about TPP because she is a politician. Politicians listen to their voters and know this vote will be remembered like the Iraq War vote was remembered.
What is different now is that people are starting to understand that their struggles aren’t their own fault.
We need a big debate about the direction of the country, and a growing populist movement would benefit from a populist challenge to Hillary.
Sounds like this morning's Politico piece may have put a burr under his saddle.
The “populist” economic agenda can loosely be defined as “government policies that reflect the needs and aspirations of the majority, rather than the privileged few.”
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