Katrina vanden Heuvel explains how we have to shift the budget debate from one centered around Washington’s debt crisis into one that looks at the full picture of America’s jobs crisis.
Is our nation divided by political parties? Or between beltway politicians and the rest of America?
Last week, the media covered the budget debate like it was a basketball game.
The argument that tax cuts to wealthy will create jobs doesn’t make sense.
When there are 25 million people out of work, underemployed, seeking work, Katrina vanden Heuvel says, nobody should be talking about cutting vital services to the most vulnerable Americans.
After yesterday’s Senate movement in support of the New START nuclear arms treaty between the US and Russia, the Senate is expected to vote on final ratification of the treaty today. The treaty also awaits Russian approval.
Lincoln didn’t start out as the Great Emancipator. If Obama follows his lead, maybe he can still give us real change.
Did the press do a fair job on covering Obama’s tax deal compromise? What does the tax deal really mean for America?
Thirty years after the singer’s death, The Nation‘s Jon Wiener asks: how did John Lennon make the transition from pop icon to political figure?
Last night, Katrina vanden Heuvel squared off against Reason.com’s Nick Gillespie on CNN’s Parker Spitzer.