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  • Elizabeth Warren's Plans Don't Add Up

    At the heart of Elizabeth Warren's campaign for president—and of her entire career as a politician and public intellectual, really—are two simple ideas. The first is that the economy is fundamentally broken. This downer of an idea was present in the speech that launched her presidential campaign on February 9, 2019, in which she declared that "millions and millions of American families are also struggling to survive in a system that has been rigged by the wealthy and the well-connected" and in...
  • How feasible are the government's spending plans?

    Is the government heralding the end of austerity, or just an unsustainable pre-election giveaway?

    BBC News
  • Elizabeth Warren swings and misses on Medicare for All plan

    The plan Elizabeth Warren released this week for Social Security is as smart, detailed, and all-encompassing as you could ask for. She also released a plan on health care reform ahead of Thursday's debate. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have the same attributes that her Social Security plan does. She supports Medicare for All as "the best way to give every single person in this country a guarantee of high-quality health care. Everybody is covered. Nobody goes broke because of a medical bill. No more...