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
The news that the Trump Administration wanted to hide has finally arrived: in addition to facing a literal pandemic in Covid-19, we are now also facing a pandemic of unemployment. The release of preli
Now that economic policymaking has shifted from the rather brief fight over the relatively small House bill to the multi-trillion stimulus bill that is being negotiated on over in the Senate, one of t
(This is wildly out-of-order, but if you follow me on Twitter or Tumblr, you’ll know that these ideas are running around in my brain, and the only way to get them to stop is to write them up.) There
While comics have always been political, we don’t always get as close an intersection between comics and politics as we got with the recent miniseries – House of X and Powers of X –