The prospects for a solid U.S. recovery are dim. Trump and the Republicans’ economic choices have made matters worse.
The COVID 19 pandemic is highlighting U.S. shareholder capitalism’s gross inequities.
Joe Biden can only hope that Sanders voters will opt differently in 2020 than they did in 2016 — when Hillary Clinton headed up the Democratic ticket.
Democrats must mobilize the party base, while focusing on adding cross-over anti-Trump rural and suburban independents and moderate Republicans.
In 1787, the U.S. popular vote was made merely advisory. The actual choice was left to elites who comprise the Electoral College.
Experts have concluded that Australia offers an ideal setting for replacing fossil fuels with renewables in electricity generation.
Limiting sea level increases to feet rather than tens of feet requires utility-scale carbon capture.
The history of dramatic global warming is being repeated.
The U.S. model of shareholder capitalism only benefits the top 10% of society. Northern Europe’s codetermination model expands economic opportunity.
Why can’t the U.S. follow the example of other, truly democratic nations in limiting the influence that very rich people can have on elections?