The party must transform itself from a fund-raising machine into a movement, says Robert Reich.
What happened in America Tuesday should not be seen as a victory for hatefulness over decency. It is more accurately understood as a repudiation of the American power structure.
Trump and other hugely wealthy people can get away with this, and do so all the time.
I finally found a Trump supporter – this morning when I went to buy coffee. Here's our brief chat.
Donald Trump poses as a working-class populist, but about his new economic plan would be a gusher for the wealthy. And almost nothing will trickle down to anyone else.
The President should use his executive power to end the financial incentives that encourage this type of corporate desertion. President Obama has already begun, but there is much left that could be done.
Because corporations can deduct CEO pay from their corporate income taxes, taxpayers have been subsidizing a growing bonanza.
We’ve got to ensure that the gains from trade are more widely shared.
Instead of criticizing the European Commission for forcing Apple to pay up, American politicians ought to be thanking Europe for standing up to Apple. At least someone has.
I think Donald Trump will lose the election, but he won't disappear.
I got a call from a friend in Washington who knows more about political polling than anyone in America. Here's our conversation about a possible election outcome.
The choice is between a hugely expensive for-profit oligopoly or a government-run single payer system. We’re going to have to choose eventually.
The alternative to a single-payer health insurance system is a hugely-expensive for-profit oligopoly with the market power to charge high prices even to healthy people – and to charge sick people (or those likely to be sick) an arm and a leg.
Even if Hillary sincerely intends to raise taxes on rich Americans in order to pay for universal child care, affordable higher education, and infrastructure spending, the moneyed interests have the clout to stop her.
One of Bernie Sanders’s most important proposals didn’t receive enough attention and should become a law even without a president Sanders. Hillary Clinton should adopt it for her campaign.
For Donald Trump, the biggest threats to American sovereignty are three-dimensional items that cross our borders, such as unwanted imports and undocumented immigrants. He’s wrong, says Reich.
The DNC has to turn itself – and the Democratic Party – into a grass-roots membership organization, with local and state chapters that play a meaningful role in selecting and supporting candidates, says Reich.
The Trump and Sanders campaigns aren't aberrations. If elected, Hillary Clinton will have to face up to the problems of our democracy that have led to anti-establishment political campaigns.
Does Hillary Clinton understand that the biggest divide in American politics is no longer between the right and the left, but between the anti-establishment and the establishment?
For those Bernie Sanders supporters who feel a vote for Hillary Clinton is the same as a vote for Donald Trump, this is why you're wrong, according to Robert Reich.