Professor Dr. Eddie Glaude pointed an inconvenient truth on a panel with Chuck Todd on Meet The Press that should give many people pause. We are at the collapse of the Reagan era.
While Americans fixate on Trump, the super-rich are absconding with our wealth, and the plague of inequality continues to grow.
Bernie Sanders gave a compelling speech on Wall Street and the economy that got little media coverage. Be the media and share what they refused to.
What is clear is that the current state of inequality did not just happen. There are policies that aid and abet it.
That the few have accumulated more wealth than most of the people on earth is not an accident. It is by design and we must be deprogrammed to not accept it.
Bill Maher blasts the sharing economy that we created as we worshiped the greed that ultimately stole our economic well-being, the real take on our economy.
There is no doubt that it is time for all Americans to get radical about wealth and income inequality in America. Our economic well-being depends on it.
Mayday Pac co-founder and Harvard Professor Lawrence Lessig made the passionate case for Run Warren Run at “An Evening With Lawrence Lessig In NYC
His joy and admiration for increasing levels of income inequality should be tempered by the ultimate result neither him nor any army will be able to stop.
One hopes you are having or have had a happy Labor Day barbecuing with friends and family. Enjoy today but going forward it is imperative that one fights to reestablish the power of the American worker. The American worker is the one responsible for the economic vibrancy of America. Wealthy capitalist Nick Hanauer gave a wonderful TED […]