Wednesday, September 22, 2021

‘An unstoppable movement’: Sanders praises grassroots after target announces $15 minimum wage

“Now the Senate must pass our Raise the Wage Act,” the senator said, “and guarantee a dignified, living wage for every worker in America.”

Trump drones on

How un-piloted aircraft has expanded the War on Terror.

Sanders hosts ‘CEOs vs. Workers’ town hall to take on ‘extravagant’ executive pay and...

Join Bernie Sanders, along with workers from Amazon, Disney, McDonald’s, American Airlines and Walmart, for a town hall tonight at 7 p.m.

How to protect the right to organize

An economy is only as healthy as its workers are empowered.

Terror, Tennis Balls and Tamir Rice

Fatal inequality will continue to terrorize this nation until we genuinely commit to confronting racism and gun violence.
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Can the U.S. establish a ‘deconfliction’ with Russia in Syria?

The U.S. said late Monday that it would try to reestablish “deconfliction” with the Russians. A lot is riding on whether they do.

Is ‘Russiagate’ collapsing as a political strategy?

It’s time for the dangerous anti-Russia fever to break.

We need to understand what happened on election night, and fast

This election was a rejection of the status quo, which was all that Clinton promised.

Bernie Sanders: Republican tax plan ‘is the Robin Hood principle in reverse’

"At a time when the middle class is shrinking and over 40 million Americans are living in poverty, this budget must be defeated."

Back to the Nineteenth Century

The argument that the growth of on-demand jobs are less predictable and secure for workers is similar to the “freedom of contract” argument, which took place in the late nineteenth century. Are we heading back in time?