Now, with Bernie Sanders essentially out of the race, Donald Trump wants Americans to believe he’s the remaining anti-establishment candidate. It’s smart politics, but it’s a hoax: Trump is even more of an establishment figure than Hillary Clinton.
Beyond his disorderly abandonment of what was advertised as a democratic principle, Bernie Sanders has now validated the role of the superdelegates, no matter whom they ultimately choose.
The Democratic candidates ought to be asked about their differences in dealing with the most challenging issue of our time: global climate change. So far Clinton has failed to endorse a tax on carbon emissions, which Sanders supports and many experts believe is essential if the world is to avoid a climate calamity.
[jwplayer player=”1″ mediaid=”65115″] On Thursday, fast food workers across the nation united in protest to demand a living wage of $15 per hour. As former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich has demonstrated, they have a pretty great point. Click above to see Reich explain why everyone should be fighting for $15 — then share this video! […]
Robert Reich on America’s Koch Problem [jwplayer player=”1″ mediaid=”61203″] Robert Reich unpacks the Koch brothers’ influence network, and how the Koch brothers are trying to use their wealth to impose their self-interested agenda on the rest of us. Get More to Endorse Delivered to Your Inbox! [sailthru_widget fields=”email,ZipCode” sailthru_list=”Endorse This Sign Up”]