In the end, voters elect people, not just agendas. In this first debate, Hillary Clinton must show America her core: a compassionate, brilliant, forceful advocate for progress.
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"If you look at the viewpoint of ordinary working people in Seattle, it's always been a left-leaning city."
History has taught us that the nation does better when we have a strong middle class. We need bold changes in public policy to reverse the rising tide of income inequality.
Show some determination on these wallet and pocketbook issues, Mr. President, and you win. Vague and lofty rhetoric is not enough. Not when so many people are hurting.
Nothing is more American than the "chants democratic" expressed by grassroots labor organizing and union bargaining for a better future.
We ought to be strengthening the rights of American workers, not weakening them with slickly produced, misleading ads.
Linda Cooks of Aurora, Col. is feeling unenthusiastic about voting Tuesday after a year in which she said her hours were cut, her bank burned her when...
Even more disturbing than the inaccuracy of the attacks against working people is the premise on which they are based.
The other day at a political rally Senator John McCain said "there's no place I'd rather be than here with the working men and women of Ohio."
The future for this woman and her family is filled with fear and economic insecurity, and McCain offers virtually nothing in the way of serious solutions.
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