If Democrats keep bowing to the culture warriors and disavowing progressive populism, they will be done. This is why we have Trump. Hungry impoverished people don’t care about multi gender bathrooms or political correctness, they care about keeping a roof over their heads and paying the bills.
“But the ferocity of the dispute this time reveals a much deeper debate on the left: Should a commitment to economic justice be the party’s central and dominant appeal, or do candidates also have to display fealty to the Democrats’ cultural catechism?”
At the center of the debate over the party’s future is Senator Bernie Sanders, who has emerged as the most popular active politician in America, but he isn’t even a Democrat.
Be smart out there.
Please explain how California is so “liberal” when Senator Diane Fienstein has been been in office for nearly 30 years and has only done TWO town halls the entire time? This lady is the antithesis of liberalism.
She supports bombing Syria but doesn’t support universal healthcare. Time to vote her out! #primaryFienstein
California’s Sen. Dianne Feinstein faced a largely friendly Los Angeles crowd at town hall Thursday, though the crowd came with a resou…
I would highly suggest getting involved with the Working Families Party if you’re looking to get active.
They are strong progressives with a winning strategy, and in my personal dealings with them, I’ve had nothing but positive experiences!
Join the Progressive 3rd Party, and fight to build an America that works for everyone, not just the wealthy and well connected
Maybe this will activate the “middle class” suburbanites
“In the next round of tax reform, “it’s not really a question of whether retirement plans will get a haircut, but of how much,” says Bradford Campbell, a partner in the law firm of Drinker Biddle & Reath in Washington, D.C., who served as assistant Secretary of Labor under Pres. George W. Bush.”
Congress is considering whether to reduce the benefits of contributing to a 401(k) and similar retirement plans — even as U.S. representatives and senators bask in the safety of the pension system that taxpayers fully fund for federal employees.