Opponents of Bernie Sanders’ progressive proposals warn us, "Even if you raised taxes to 100% and drained every single dollar in the United States, that still wouldn't be enough to pay for Bernie’s programs." We admit it: this is true. Nathan Locke explains why that’s never been the point.
While most Americans were passing out from food comas after a heartwarming Thanksgiving Day dinner on Thursday night in the US, it was already Friday, the 29th of November here in South Australia, and we were striking in front of SA’s Parliament House as part of Fridays for Future.
In Flint, Part 1, we looked at what happened in Flint, Michigan, and the state government measures that highly impacted the residents. We continue now with part 2, which looks at the environmental racism and economic disparities and asks whether the Green New Deal could have protected the city.