Donald Trump is a liar and scam artist, but he’s speaking to working people in a language they understand, and if Democrats don’t start taking him seriously, he’s going to be your and my president.
Last night, liberals and progressives in the media did something that I found extremely disturbing.
It's the year 2016, and there's still one very basic economic principle that "fiscal conservatives" and so-called "free market" Republicans refuse to understand.
Regulations are good.
And they aren't just good for you and me.
They're actually really, really, good for the economy as a whole.
Whether he wins the nomination or not, Bernie Sanders will play a big role in writing the Democratic Party platform.
Of the 15 members of the official DNC platform writing committee, 5 will be Sanders' picks, including environmental activist Bill McKibben, renowned scholar Cornel West, and pro-Palestinian activist James Zogby.
Nano plastics are seriously harming the ocean! It now appears that plastics account for nearly eighty per cent of all waste found in our oceans.
This plastic gradually breaks down into smaller and smaller particles - until they are microscopic or nano.
On Sunday, the Libertarian Party selected former New Mexico Republican Governor Gary Johnson to run for president with former Republican Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld as his running mate.
The coal country state of West Virginia is in the middle of a special legislative session to deal with a $270 million budget shortfall, and it's setting the stage for Republicans to completely gut the state's government.
It's the same playbook we've seen the right-wing carry out in Wisconsin, in Kansas, in Michigan, and in Ohio.
As runaway climate change continues to wreak havoc on the planet, it’s getting harder and harder to disagree with the idea that we’re in the middle of a potentially massive extinction event. It’s also getting harder and harder to ignore the potentially criminal liability of at least some fossil fuel companies for causing this mess.
A new poll shows that two-thirds of all Americans would struggle to cover $1,000 crisis.
According to this poll by the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, this type of crisis spans all incomes.