As it turns out, the policies Third Way trashes as "disastrous" are overwhelmingly popular with a broad spectrum of Americans. The post Wall Street Journal Column Says Elizabeth Warren’s Policies Are ‘Disastrous,’ Ignores Actual Data appeared first on ThinkProgress.
New York Democrat says he helped recruit Elizabeth Warren after Scott Brown reneged on a deal.
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The 2016 race is already a source of nearly-constant coverage. Just over the last day or two, we’ve got speculation about Brian Schweizer, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Chris Christie, Scott Walker, and of course Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren. And we’re still almost three years out! This is typical of media coverage of the presidential race, […]
By Paul Christopherson: Senator Elizabeth Warren wants to restore Glass Steagall, for some good reasons. By this one measure, a lot of other financial reforms become unnecessary; without it, they mean little. In short, the financialShow More Summary
Last week, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) warned that, five years after the financial crisis, the biggest Wall Street banks are still so large and loosely regulated that their failure would endanger the entire financial system, forcing the government to bail them out. Show More Summary
On the Thursday edition of MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show, Sen. Elizabeth Warren detailed the chronology of the middle class economic crisis, including Washington’s malign negligence, bringing a much-needed populist economic perspective to understanding how we got where we got. Maddow welcomed Warren to the show and asked her why people in Washington are so […]
This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: It’s Elizabeth Warren’s country. Hillary Clinton just lives in it. Why Walmart should be worried. Truthdigger of the week Jeremy Hammond is sentenced to a decade in prison, and we get an update on the Philippines.
Elizabeth Warren recently published an op-ed proposing a new law to address the root causes of the financial crisis. We liked it, so we animated it, using some of our latest techniques. "Conceptual Animation" is an idea that we are developing at Kindea Labs. Show More Summary
After The Washington Post mocked the idea of Americans facing a looming retirement crisis, the inimitable senator from Massachusetts took to her chamber’s floor to remind us that talking about Social Security benefits isn’t about “math, [it’s] about our values.”
On Monday, Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts gave an important speech on the floor of U.S. Senate about our retirement crisis. It's only about five-and-a-half minutes and if you have watched it, please do: As you know, to end...
Elizabeth Warren showed again yesterday how she has become our country's leading fighter for the middle class and those in poverty. In a passionate speech about Social Security, she tore apart the phony argument that greedy seniors were...Show More Summary
Ex-congressman says Sen. Elizabeth Warren would be contender if Hillary Clinton doesn't run.
If Elizabeth Warren is the new embodiment of the soul of the Democratic Party, as she is increasingly perceived to be following Noam Schreiber's lengthy profile and 2016 speculation, then the fight for strengthening Social Security might...Show More Summary
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Senator Elizabeth Warren responded to cynical attempts by the 1% and their media institutions to pit the 99% against each other by taking to the Senate floor and calling for an expansion of Social Security. She denounced attempts byShow More Summary