I beseech you, think it possible you may be mistaken.
Since the pandemic’s start, Americans seem to be rethinking their lives.
Corporations learn that extremism is not their friend.
A well-deserved Nobel reminds us why facts seem to have a liberal bias.
[Please consider subscribing to my substack, at robertreich.substack.com, from which the following is drawn]How Trump Might Save the DemocratsThe unofficial kickoff of the former guy’s presidential campaign was a rally Saturday night in Des Moines.
The Real Reason the Economy Might CollapseSkyrocketing wealth inequality isn’t just wrong. It’s also weakening our economy. 70 percent of the US economy depends on consumer spending. So American consumers need to spend enough money to buy most of the goods and services Americans are capable of producing. This means that over the long term their incomes need to keep pace with their productivity. But their incomes haven’t.
Biden should do whatever it takes to avoid default.
The U.S. added just 194,000 jobs in September, down from the 366,000 added in August and far below...
The media’s rotten reporting on Biden’s social and climate bill (and it’s not just Fox News)Friends, I recently started a newsletter on power, politics, and the economy. I’m still getting the hang of it, but so far I’ve been delighted and encouraged by the responses and the community we’ve built. For those who’ve yet to sign up, please consider joining us at https://robertreich.substack.com.The ambitious social and climate legislation now working its way through Congress will be enacted in some form.