The electoral college strategy that Donald Trump stumbled upon can work again if we forget a basic definition of insanity.
Most executives are the wards of the Plutocracy, most unknowingly.They are the wall allows it to survive as they protect it with all the fibers of their bodies.
Many Americans are buying into the idea that the Democratic Party is moving too far to the left. The thing is, movement is relative.
Student loans are at the forefront of these programs. The burden they put on the economy is palpable. But Democrats must be careful.
These were two stories that really should not have been anything special requiring some sort of inordinate acknowledgment.
It was no secret that the Rev. Dr. William Barber and other religious leaders were going to stage an interfaith march on the White House, resistance.
It is easy to refute the false attacks on Medicare for All from those who promote a private healthcare system, given P’s experience.
Another Civil War is possible. Ironically both ultimately will have an economic and wealth component. Sadly that happens in a system that values capital over humanity.
Democratic leadership continues to fear the Trump voter, more so than the backlash from the Democratic base that is forthcoming.
Trump is showing the potential to clobber Democrats using tariffs to counter the status quo, the mythical center. Biden is not the answer.