A political development involving U.S. Senate candidate Hill Harper and U.S. Representative Rashida Tlaib, has cast a stark light on what many progressive lawmakers see as the corrupting influence of money in American politics.
Jeff Cohen discusses the inspiring march and AOC’s rousing speech at the rally—but ends with respectful questions about AOC’s orientation toward Biden and her endorsement of his re-election.
"Canceling $50,000 in debt is where you really make a dent in inequality and the racial wealth gap. $10,000 isn't."
“Some are already demanding that we move on or, worse, attempting to minimize, discredit or belittle the accounts of survivors.”
“Biden can cancel all $1.7 trillion of student debt by executive order,” said The Debt Collective.
"One major difference between GOP and Dems is that [Republicans] leverage their right flank to gain policy concessions and generate enthusiasm, while Dems lock their left flank in the basement [because] they think that will make Republicans be nicer to them."
"Band together, progressives, so you can win, so your ideas can become law and move our country forward, away from the brink to which Trump has brought us."
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