The Sanders Revolution

The world is changing  again. Instead of a 40-something running for President, we have two 60 or 70-somethings. Maybe it takes that long to...

Why Governor Walker and the Neocons Hate Unions

The Neocon Republicans believe that government should intrude in our lives when it comes to religion and abortion and tax cuts for the rich...

OCCUPY AMERICA!

The last big show of Populist sentiment in this country was when the people of Wisconsin stood up against an oppressive Governor and a...

Capitalism Versus Patriotism

American workers have been kicked around by industry for about 30 solid years now. Unions have been crushed, jobs sent to India and China...

A Tariff Policy to Create Jobs

We need exports and imports. We need jobs. And we need more jobs than can be provided by exports. In other words,at a very...

Wake Up, Republicans, Before It Is Too Late!

The recent elections have brought some emotional and some real political relief to a beleaguered Middle Class, but we need to point out a...

Taxes and Stimuli, 101

So many stupid theories abound today, tossed back and forth between the billionaire-paid politicians and their paid think-tank economists, that it is hard to...

The Greatest Robbery in the History of the World

In 2008, the top income earners in this country and major corporations and the Republican Party and Wall Street completed the greatest theft of...

Junior (Senator) Goes to Washington

New (Junior) Senator Mark Kirk from Illinois made an interesting statement now that he is in political power for 6 years, unless impeached or...

The Republicans and Growing Neo-Fascism in America

Many people think of Fascism and they think of Nazis and the Gestapo and concentration camps. That concept, while accurate as far as it...

Fixing the Economy and the Budget–for the People

It’s wonk city, folks. If you don’t have any patience, don’t read on. But if you don’t read on, don’t blame us if the...

Politics: Winning in Class Warfare — Part I

In the early evening of a summer night in New York City, or Dallas or Los Angeles, or Miami, there is a slow, quiet...