The following is originally a Tumblr post from a couple years back (as you can see from some of the contemporary references) that I held back from publishing because I wanted to have a Roma sensitivit
Back in late February, the Senate Parliamentarian’s ruling that a $15 minimum wage couldn’t be included among the budget reconciliation package that became the American Rescue Plan seemed
Unalloyed Good News Along with getting a new course ready for the Spring semester, I’ve been chewing over the Biden team’s stimulus proposal. The unalloyed good news is that it seems that
Recently, the New York Times fanned the flames of an incipient election post-mortem fight between the moderate and progressive wings of the party over how to explain the outcome of the election by pri
2019-2020 was not a great year for the left in American politics. After a rather astonishing April, where seemingly every major Presidential candidate got on board with single payer, job guarantees, a
Because the details of policy actually matter, I’m taking this opportunity to highlight a really good proposal that Speaker Pelosi is bringing forward for the next stimulus bill: Speaker Nancy P
I direct your attention to the above New York Times article for absolutely no reason whatsoever. In conclusion, mint the damn coin.
If anyone was still laboring under the misapprehension that the economic downturn was going to be a short one, this week’s unemployment report should come as a rude awakening. More people have n