[W]e can expect in 2020 not a repetition of the vulgarities of 2016 but a discussion of substance and transcendence.
[Democrats] must choose a course of action and not look back at a definitive moment that does not allow for hesitancy.
Trump’s presidency is so grotesque and so plutocratic that it has woken people up. People are radicalizing; it is striking!
[F]or the first time since the previous century, Congress has launched an investigation into the industry.
[C]ynicism is created by the fact that young Americans are sitting on five to six-figure tuition debt ... and millions of Americans work hard below the subsistence level.
The Democrats are campaigning against the concentration of wealth at the top of the social pyramid.
<i>Eight candidates have already declared they will run for the Democratic presidential nomination. Here is a description of four among the favorites for now.</i>
<b>Elizabeth Warren, the Bane of Wall Street</b>
She was the first of the big names from the Democratic Party to declare herself a candidate. She [Read more]
The goal is to find an answer to social injustice and recognize our interdependence.