Category Archives: Income Inequality

  1. Let’s have a discussion: How did the first round of 2020 Democratic Presidential Debates go?

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    June 29, 2019 by epoetus

    Given how far away the primaries are it is interesting to consider what to expect from this first round of …
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  2. Compassion, Humanity, Opportunity, Inclusiveness, Change and Equality (CHOICE) defines the path to the “Hearts and Minds” of Democratic voters in 2020

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    June 6, 2019 by epoetus

    What is the Democratic party strategy for winning in 2020? Has the DNC learned from its mistakes in 2016? What …
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  3. What are “We The People” to do about the issues that matter – issues like abortion and climate change?

    May 27, 2019 by epoetus

    A first step: know your adversary and identify your limitations Elected Democrats and leadership have misjudged the course of our …
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  4. Devil’s Advocate: What is the point of voting for someone – Democrat or Republican – if the campaigns for the candidates from both parties are funded by Billionaires/Oligarchs? Democracy loses either way.

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    May 22, 2019 by epoetus

    photo credit to Forbes magazine This is the conundrum that voters have been grappling with for over 40 years, and …
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  5. The Era of “Centrist” Establishment Democrats Is Over

    May 1, 2019 by epoetus

      “There can be little doubt that much of the problem here stems from the fact that too many Democrats …
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  6. Bernie Sanders lays out bold 10-point plan for Democrats

    November 27, 2018 by stephenshubert

    By Jon Queally / Common Dreams, November 24, 2018, If Democrats “want to keep and expand their majority in the House, take back the …
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  7. Is There a Case to be Made for Budget Deficits?

    October 27, 2016 by David Dehlendorf

    Entitlements: bad, right? Social Security and Medicare: good, correct? Actually, they are the same thing. Most of what makes up …
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  8. Let’s keep checking facts

    October 3, 2016 by ebanderson123

    In this election with so many undecided voters, facts are tremendously important.  Let’s do whatever we can to circulate factual …
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  9. It’s “smart” not to support our US government

    October 2, 2016 by ebanderson123

    The extent of Trump’s profiteering from our tax system reveals what he does know about the IRS – how to …
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  10. When you’re up to your neck in alligators, it’s easy to forget your main objective was to drain the swamp.

    August 26, 2016 by celinagut

    Really? Glass-Steagall would not have prevented the banking crash of 2008? These trusted economists give their take on whether or …
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