2021 didn’t bring the immigration reform many hoped for, but grassroots organizing could turn things around in 2022.
The West Virginia senator has reportedly rejected his own $1.8 trillion counteroffer to Biden’s Build Back Better Act.
The taxes for this massive windfall would be enough to fund major priorities in the Build Back Better package.
Polling has trended more positively for Democrats over the past few weeks.
Only 27 percent of voters between the ages of 18 and 29 said they approved of the way Biden was handling his job.
The bill contains nearly twice as much annual funding as Democrats’ flagship social spending and climate bill.
One national poll shows Trump leading Biden by 13 percent in a hypothetical rematch.
The investment is half of what was originally promised and is unlikely to address long waiting lists and low wages.
The obstacle to the working class achieving real gains is neoliberal ideas that distort the reality of workers’ lives.
Self-styled green companies have been contributing to the campaigns of the two lawmakers now holding the planet hostage.