The irony of the final count from the 2012 election is that the GOP nominee will finish with 47 percent. Perhaps he shouldn’t have tried to divide and conquer.
With Springsteen at his side, Obama ended his last campaign with a promise that “no matter how bad the storm is, we recover together.”
Whoever wins on November 6, progressive campaigns will continue to target the tiny elite that rules the country.
It’s time to ditch the political euphemisms, and start calling lies, theft and greed by their true name.
Fewer families in poverty are receiving assistance today than they were before welfare reform.
The Inclusive Prosperity Tax would increase revenue for social services Americans need the most.
Romney should not be so dismissive of the tax-avoiding class. After all, he's one of them.
As the income gap widens, British Labour leaders say a “tax and spend” approach isn't enough.
Occupy activists are moving debt from the personal to the political.
We need to stop looking at poverty as a separate phenomenon from the rest of the economy—an economy with a proliferation of low-wage jobs and a weak and inequitable recovery.