As Wall Street bankers and fund investors continue making a profit at the expense of Puerto Rico’s failing economy, Senators Warren and Sanders are calling for the Treasury to show more leadership and give the people the relief they need.
While Elizabeth Warren might not actually be running as the Democrat hopeful, she is still very much a part of the 2016 presidential election. Here are a few reasons Warren holds more influence as a non-candidate than as a candidate.
Joe Scarborough relied on debunked, deceptively edited videos to attack Sen. Elizabeth Warren for defending Planned Parenthood. Where is the accuracy and transparency in his reporting?
A grassroots group, Revolt Against Plutocracy, has launched a petition to support the “Show me the Bernie” campaign. It is time to be fierce and urgent in supporting Bernie Sanders and the positivity he brings to the 2016 presidential election campaigning.
While bank CEOs might think Elizabeth Warren doesn’t understand the global banking system, it’s quite the opposite—Warren fully understands the system and how banks make their money and she is ready to stop them.
Elizabeth Warren recently called out Securities and Exchange Commission chair Mary Jo White on “broken promises” telling her to “step up.” It’s time senators start “holding regulators’ feet to the fire in the public’s interest.”
The TPP deal is crafted by big business for big business. And the reality is it has nothing to do with trade. Therefore, the people and corporate media outlets pushing for the deal are making themselves look foolish.
Is the president staking his reputation on a trade deal that is increasingly likely to be seen as a joint Obama/GOP initiative? His legacy may suffer a mortal blow, and his party will likely pay the price in years to come.