Infrastructure was one of the few actual policies that might have bipartisan support, except Trump is in it for himself and his contractor buddies.
Clinton's $275 billion infrastructure plan released Monday offers modest spending and contains few specifics. Contrast that with candidate Bernie Sanders, who has proposed a highly detailed, $1 trillion plan.
How many times have we heard corporate-funded conservatives and "centrists" whine about "deficits" and demand budget cuts? What if you knew these corporations owed $620 billion in taxes?
Now that the corporations have fast-track trade authority in the bag, they are trying to push a huge, huge tax giveaway through Congress. We have to get the word out so this doesn't just sneak through.
Multinationals have a new scheme to avoid paying taxes. And they've enlisted Bill Clinton, the Big Dawg himself, to help sell it. The question is whether Americans are getting wise to the con.