Capitalism is many things, to many people. "The problem" is not one of them.
Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn have reignited the dormant progressive Left in both our countries and helped us identify a common enemy: Neoliberalism.
In the late 1970s, Bernie Sanders and his supporters started the Independent Coalition to address a then Red rural state in Vermont. And they did this to create the conditions for real progressives to be able to viably run for office.
In just a few months since its founding, the organization has already built a significant grassroots foundation stemming from Brana's connections and experience working with the Bernie Sanders campaign.
What follows is Part 2 of a direct rebuttal to the original Powell Memo, frequently using Powell’s own words, which instead offers a progressive plan to take back the country from the ravages the corporate oligarchy has committed on the American people and restore the freedoms and protections to which we are entitled.
The purpose of this research is to explore, compare, and draw similarities in each author’s analysis to build a concise understanding of how the paradigm of previous generations’ support for neoliberal policies have affected the political revolution we experience today.
Democratic loyalists forget quite conveniently that one of Clinton's biggest surrogates after the convention was the very same Bernie Sanders. That doesn't stop many from simultaneously accusing him of costing Clinton the election, and trying to squash any honest dialogue by warning against reopening the wounds of the primary.
In episode 2 of the Real Progressives web-series, the team breaks down Obama and the Dakota Pipeline.
Time will tell, and we shall see, but in the meantime, we at Real Progressives will continue to do the work by promoting transparency and educating the public by improving access to information the mainstream media fails to cover.