The Democratic Party’s likely 2016 presidential nominee faces many challenges.
The American presidency has a long history of appropriating foreign policy powers from Congress.
Prospects for U.S. jobs and wage gains are dimming.
Current trends in demographics and national budgets will leave the elderly of the future in dire straits.
When Republicans use American deaths in terrorist attacks as a political weapon.
The problem today is that the United States has too much influence on Israel, not the other way around.
A generational effort is required to restore growth in U.S. wages.
Despite the historical US lead in world research spending, future trends are not positive.
How do we get a U.S. Fed that works for Main Street, not Wall Street?
Optimistic statistics on American manufacturing distract from the less optimistic truth.