President Obama used his Labor Day speech to school GOP on real middle-class economics as he scolds them for their policies that hurt most Americans.
This snippet of a CNN interview with Darrell Issa explains the dichotomy between the American poor and middle-class reality and that of our politicians.
Bernie Sanders has a message. If you are in the middle-class or striving to join the middle-class, it takes a political revolution you must be part of.
President Obama chided and welcomed Republicans new found concern for middle-class issues and policies as they attempt to re-brand their party.
Republicans told Americans they lower taxes. They control many cash strapped states and now propose balancing budgets on the backs of the middle class.
Chuck Todd dissects the reason why there is an empathy gap between Congress and the people they serve, the poor and the middle class. This must change.
There is an article out at Forbes that I had to reread and process before feeling confident enough to blog it. After looking at the numbers myself from The Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS), I figured it was my responsibility to help get this story out. After-all, the traditional mainstream media seem to be […]
Politics Done Right with Egberto Willies Tune in Monday 9:00 PM on KPFT 90.1 FM (Houston Area) Live stream: http://KPFT.org (Entire USA) – Podcasts: Call (713) 526-5738 to talk to me on air. This week’s show September 1st, 2014 Should Middle Class be sharpening their pitchforks yet? Today is labor day. It is a day to […]
As more of the working poor & middle-class Americans come to the realization that they were had by capitalists/plutocrats, the pitchforks will be sharpened.
Weekly Address: It’s Time for Congress to Help the Middle Class WASHINGTON, DC — In this week’s address, the President discussed the new monthly jobs report and the fact that our economy created over 200,000 new jobs in July for the sixth straight month – the longest streak since 1997. To ensure this momentum can […]