Tax dodgers get a big break from Donald Trump’s plan.
With a little good faith, liberals and conservatives can work together to tackle the real issues putting the American Dream out of reach.
Growing inequality helps explain the rise of both Sanders and Trump. Understanding these dynamics can create the potential for serious radical change.
A highly unpopular president is about to take office and one of the major political parties is on life support. What will this mean for U.S. foreign policy?
After the election, we need to focus on forcing the next president to address inequality and fix our upside down tax code.
Punitive school policies are funneling children – especially African-Americans – out of the classroom and into jail cells.
The platform shows the limits of party politics while corporate and military interests dominate both parties — and the necessity of social movements to challenge those limits.
The platform draft shows Democrats are willing to bite the hand that feeds them – but will they follow through?
Advocates will continue to push for the tax on Wall Street that could raise billions in revenue over 10 years.
“First, do no harm,” Phyllis Bennis tells Campaign For America’s Future. If we want to defeat ISIS, we must “Stop the drone attacks. Stop the air strikes.”
Black Americans will never trust the police without serious measures to reduce police violence and improve accountability.
Clinton is right: Trump would be a disaster on foreign policy. But her refusal to engage with the alternative offered by Sanders says more about her own war-driven approach than anything else.
IPS’s Phyllis Bennis tells the Real News Network that although Clinton rightfully used her national security speech to condemn the bigotry and danger of Trump’s positions, she didn’t lay out a much better alternative.
The average debt for a college graduate is $37,000 and the system is trying to squeeze you harder than any generation before. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Two decades before Bernie Sanders’ presidential candidacy, the hip-hop artist described the absurdity of inequality in America that continues to get worse today.