Robert Reich contrasts perfectly what Trump is all about and in fact, he represents his party well irrespective of his populist facade.
Economic growth is not the metric that should be used to determine if the economic system is functioning for those in said system.
The evidence is in: The biggest beneficiaries of the Trump-Republican tax plan are shareholders. Once again the wealthy shareholder wins.
What most people who reference Dr. King seem not to know is how Dr. King actually changed the subjective experience of life in the United States for African Americans
Abraham Davis made a bad decision to drive two friends to a nearby mosque so they could vandalize the building with swastikas and hateful messages
if we think that Trump is responsible for the rise in world oil prices, then he can reasonably be given credit for the uptick in investment that has occurred during his administration; otherwise, there is not much for him to boast about.
Evangelical Christians feel as if they have a new access to power. They have traded Christianity and Morality to get some Trump reward.
Robert Reich has a direct message for Trump voters with the expectation that they will come to the realization that the man they voted for is a verifiable con man.
That Senator Orrin Hatch and other Republicans don’t seem to recognize that Donald Trump is a clear and present danger is itself frightening.
While Trump says tax plan is “selling itself,” GOP Right-Wing donor groups launch major advertising campaign amid growing opposition.