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Republicans keep coming up with worse and worse health-care plans.
The middle class's fortune hinges on a struggle between workers and investors, and that's terrifying.
I was stumping for universal coverage back in the third grade.
Republicans are still trying to pass the same tax cuts for the rich that they always have.
President Trump has made the economy so much better that it's added 186,000 fewer jobs in his first seven months than it did in President Barack Obama's last seven months.
He still talks about populism, though.
He thought he was a revolutionary, but he was just whistling Dixie.
Trump's response to the Charlottesville unrest was apparently a bridge too far for business leaders who for the most part sat silently as he attacked their stated values of diversity and inclusion over the past few months.
A likely outcome is that the president will try to pass the most pointless tax cut of all time.
Something’s out of whack when Jimmy John’s sandwich chain makes its workers promise not to go to any competitor for at least two years.